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The Origin of Band-Aids

The Origin of Band-Aids

We know, the first thing you do when you see a TED-Ed video is check to see how long it is. This one is pretty short. It’s the story of how Band-Aids were developed. I’d heard the story of the invention before, but the way Johnson & Johnson first marketed the product is pure genius.


As you know, Band-Aids have a lot more uses than just covering wounds. They are great for protecting that spot that would eventually develop a blister as you shovel dirt or break in a new pair of shoes (a concept foreign to young people). They also keep your nipples from bleeding as you run a lengthy footrace. They make children believe they are “all better.” And if you keep some in your purse, they work as an emergency fix for wardrobe malfunctions.


Original article can be found here

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