Staff Reporters
Jun 19, 2018

Health & Wellness winners: Cannes Lions 2018

Thailand and Australia win Golds; Silvers go to Australia, Thailand, India and China.

J. Walter Thompson Bangkok's 'Tiny Doll' campaign has won Gold and Silver Lions at Cannes 2018
J. Walter Thompson Bangkok's 'Tiny Doll' campaign has won Gold and Silver Lions at Cannes 2018

The results are in for the Health & Wellness category at Cannes Lions 2018, celebrating creativity for health and wellbeing. Judges whittled down 1,482 entries to 39 that won awards: 8 Golds, 12 Silvers and 18 Bronze. 

Of these, APAC took home 10, including two Gold Lions: 

  • 'Tiny Doll' by J.Walter Thompson Bangkok for Kleenex
  • 'Sip Safe' by Y&R Melbourne for Monash University

Tiny Doll, an anti-bullying campaign that was nominated as one of our Cannes Contenders this year, also won a Silver Lion.

APAC took home four further Silver Lions — including one for China, Mcgarrybowen Shanghai's 'Alzheimer's Disease Chinese' campaign for Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Communication — and three Bronze Lions in this category. 

A Grand Prix for Health & Wellness was won by John X Hannes for their 'Corazón - Give Your Heart' campaign for Montefiore. 

View all the latest Cannes winners results, plus full coverage from our editors on the ground, here.

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