Day: July 19, 2021

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Warby Parker Wants to Help Minimize In-Person Eye Doctor Appointments

The CDC has given Americans the green light to do more stuff offline again, but that doesn't mean they are bursting at the seams to

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YouTube Brings More Information From Authoritative Sources to Health Searches, Content

YouTube will begin adding health source information panels starting this week to some health-related searches and videos on its platform in order to help viewers

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You Can Watch Blue Origin’s Space Launch Live on a Billboard in Times Square

When Jeff Besos rockets into space with Blue Origin's first human flight Tuesday, spectators will be able to watch the historic event on towering billboards

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BTS Sets Worldwide ‘Permission to Dance’ Challenge on YouTube Shorts

K-pop giants BTS are starring in the first ever worldwide dance challenge on YouTube Shorts. Starting Friday (July 23) and running through Saturday, Aug. 14,

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TikTok Users Can Vie to Be Ring Announcers During WWE SummerSlam

World Wrestling Entertainment is turning to TikTok to find a ring announcer for its SummerSlam event Saturday, Aug. 21, at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

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Wilson’s First Brick-and-Mortar Store Lives in Its Hometown of Chicago

After more than 100 years of being sold alongside sporting goods competitors, and living in the shadows of retail giants like Dick's and the fallen

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Olympic Athletes Train in a Grocery Store Fridge to Hype Milk as a Performance Drink

Shoppers got more than the butter and yogurt on their grocery lists when they stopped by the refrigerated cases at an Albertsons store in Boise,

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The Pill Club Created Emojis to Aid Conversations About Reproductive Health

Stigma surrounding reproductive health is an ongoing issue. For many, it can turn seemingly simple tasks like managing period symptoms or seeking a diagnosis for

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Toyota’s Tokyo Olympics US Spend Unchanged Despite Japanese TV Ad Pullout

Toyota, a top Olympics sponsor, has pulled its Games-related TV ads for Japanese television just days before the Tokyo Olympics begin amid a Covid-19 surge

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JCPenney’s New Clothing Line Includes Products for Kids With Disabilities

Not long ago, if a consumer was in need of adaptive clothing--say, pants with an opening for a dialysis catheter--they would likely have to shop