#ZombieDilemma: Humor Can Backfire in a Public Health Campaign

With literally hundreds of articles vying for our attention daily, getting your campaign noticed isn’t always easy, so to reach their audiences, communicators sometimes turn to a popular, but underused tool: humor

frank Finds: Saving Lives through Strategic Communication

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By Alexandra Booth, frank social media strategist We’re Coming for You, Sugar Finally You Can See How Much Added Sugar Is Hidden in Your Food The FDA has changed the requirements for nutrition labels. New updates include highlighting the calorie count and an added sugar label. Sugar can’t hide in your food anymore. Mother Jones […]

frank Finds: The Power of Practice, Ego and Nonprofits

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frank Finds: How Science Will Save Us from Trump, Obesity and Prejudice

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frank Finds: What Happened This Week

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frank Finds: What You Missed Over the Weekend

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frank Finds: What Happened this Week

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frank Finds: What You Missed Over the Weekend

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Context Matters: Ask the CDC

Pregnant women

Even the best of intentions can fall flat if you don’t consider the context in which they will be received. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) learned this the hard way last month when it issued a report discouraging pregnant and “pre-pregnant” women from drinking.

What It’s Like to Leave Iraq for a Life in America

This short film by Luisa Conlon, Hanna Miller, and Lacy Jane Roberts chronicles how Ahmed Al Kubaisi left his family behind and was resettled in the Bay Area in 2013 by the UN Refugee Agency.