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Global Wellness News™ | March 7th, 2023
When 42-year-old David McCullar thinks back to the early 2000s, a chapter in his life marked by rapid changes, he recalls palm trees, sunny beaches – and panic attacks that made him ill. “I was throwing up every day,” Mr McCullar said. In 2001, the company he worked for went bankrupt.
Wellness companies—including Eight Sleep, Whoop, and Conceive—are finding innovative ways to bring mind and body together.
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After operating in Australia and New Zealand, Unyoked, a nature-focused hospitality startup has kept its eye on the United Kingdom as it looks to expand
PRNewswire/ — BetterNight, a leading provider of comprehensive sleep care through its virtual care platform, announced today $33 million in growth funding led by . The financing round includes participation from existing investors HCAP Partners and Hamilton Lane (NASDAQ: HLNE) via its Impact Fund II and other accounts managed by the firm.
Apple is pursuing a metabolic health moonshot. Pushing deeper into healthcare, the tech giant is developing a needleless system for tracking blood glucose.
Stockholm’s Gofrendly, a social networking app that allows women to find like-minded people to meet up, has obtained $1.3 million in funds led by Swedish VC JNE Invest. The cash supply provides a platform for Gofrendly to expand overseas, starting in the UK, while also doubling down on its underlying product offer.
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