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Check out these ahead-of-their-time Johnson & Johnson innovations that enabled people to tackle some common resolutions that ring true to this day.
For National Dental Hygiene Month, we’re stepping back in time to the late 1800s, when less than 10% of the population paid attention to good oral hygiene—that is, until this product hit the market. Hint: It was squeezable.
Every day is Earth Day at a company that has made sustainable practices a priority for more than 130 years. Take a look at these highly creative recycling programs that have popped up through the decades.
Johnson & Johnson has been in the innovation business for more than 130 years. Check out these first-of-their-kind company products, which have revolutionized flu protection and even changed the way we wear contact lenses.
In time for National Dental Hygiene Month, we’re sharing the findings of a recent report that counters claims that the habit has no health benefits.
From the creation of sterile surgical sutures in 1887 to the debut of the first water-resistant sunscreen in 1976, these products were some of the most significant inventions of their time.
From Antarctica to outer space, learn about the surprising locales where Johnson & Johnson items have popped up.
In honor of National Inventors Day, we’re celebrating just a few of the countless innovations the company has pioneered over the years—staples that are now ubiquitous in households and hospitals alike.