The social network is replicating its state-by-state strategies used during the US 2020 presidential election...
The new frames will let users share their support for COVID-19 vaccines and see that others they respect and care about are doing the same.
The social media giant may be looking to launch a health- and messaging-focused wearable in 2022...
The tech giants are providing their otherwise paid services for free to select users...
The new tool, currently limited to users in the US, focuses on getting people information about cancer screenings, heart checkups, and flu vaccines.
One tool is a camera filter called Let's Talk, which users can apply when talking to friends who may be reluctant to ask for help.
The new tools rely on artificial intelligence to recognize patterns based on posts that have previously been associated with suicide.
The service lets anyone type a question into Messenger and receive free and trusted doctor answers wherever they are and whenever they need them.
The company worked with a number of mental health organizations, in addition to consulting with people who had lived experience with self-injury or suicide.
The social network is reminding 1.35 billion users that we are all citizens of the world, and that we need to fight big challenges that stand in front of us.
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