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    The Drum (31 Oct 2018)

    Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop reported to UK ad watchdog for ‘dangerous’ marketing to women

    ADVERTISING STANDARDS AUTHORITY has received a complaint arguing that Goop, the company run by actor Gwyneth Paltrow, has breached 113 advertising laws. The allegations come just five weeks after it began rolling out its products to Europe. Included in the alleged false claims is its 'Mother Load' product for women who are pregnant or want to get pregnant. It contains vitamin A, which the NHS recommends pregnant women avoid because it is potentially dangerous to a foetus.

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    PR Week (04 Oct 2018)

    NHS aims second phase of 'We are the NHS' at A-level students

    NHS has released another ad for its 'We are the NHS' campaign, following on from the success of the first phase which rolled out this summer. The campaign has already attracted 260,000 visitors to its recruitment website, and its latest stage hopes to win more interest from A-level students and those taking a gap year before going to university. It will highlight careers and courses in mental health focused on social media channels. The campaign runs until UCAS applications close on 15 January next year.

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