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Global Wellness News™ | July 12th, 2022
Data in this article is from Euromonitor International’s annual Voice of the Consumer: Health and Nutrition Survey, which was fielded between January-February 2022. We surveyed more than 20,000 individuals across 20 markets around the world to explore how lifestyles and attitudes towards health are changing.
YuLife originally made a name for itself in its home market of the U.K. for its new approach to the provisioning of life insurance: Yes, sell a policy that provides financial security to your people in the event of your death, but do so with a focus on improving the policyholder’s current lif…
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The other day, I set out for what I thought was your routine hot girl walk: I put on my gold hoops, my Supergoop sunscreen, and my Lululemon belt bag, and headed out the door with my dog.
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new trend is emerging in the vaping world, one that promises big health benefits. Known as “wellness vapes”, they contain vitamins or other supplements instead of nicotine and tout claims of boosted energy, increased immunity and a better night’s sleep.