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Global Wellness News™ | Week of February 7, 2022

GWS Releases Annual Trends Report: “The Future of Wellness 2022”

Media Contact: Beth McGroarty [email protected] * +1.213.300.0107 Featured Press Releases | Global Wellness Summit | Global Wellness Institute | Press Release Archive Experts identify 10 wellness trends: from a new soil-focused and survivalist wellness-to the men’s body image crisis and women’s health research gap finally getting addressed-to the rise

GWI Research Ranks 150 Countries by Wellness Market Size –

Media Contact: Beth McGroarty [email protected] * +1.213.300.0107 All GWI Press Releases | Global Wellness Institute Press Room | Global Wellness Summit The US ($1.2 trillion), China ($683 billion) and Japan ($304 billion) are the world’s largest wellness economies; Switzerland, Iceland and the US rank first for wellness spending per capita-where consumers spend over $3,600 a year Miami, FL – February 8, 2022 – The nonprofit Global Wellness Institute (GWI) has released ” The Global Wellness Economy: Country Rankings,” the first research to measure the wellness economies of 150 nations.

Doctors in Canada Can Prescribe Annual National Park Passes to Patients

Nature is the best medicine for some problems, as numerous studies have shown. Soon, people in Canada will have a good reason to make spending more time outdoors part of their regular health routine. As National Parks Traveler reports, medical professionals in four Canadian provinces can now prescribe annual passes to the country’s national parks.

What It’s Like to Work Out in Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse

I’ve had a hell of a day. This morning, I practiced tai chi on Scotland’s Isle of Skye. In the afternoon, I meditated in a field in New Zealand, keeping my gaze on Orion as I took easy breaths in through my nose.

Old MacDonald’s Farm No More: Companies Invest In Vertical Agriculture

Walmart, the world’s biggest retailer, is taking vertical integration to a new level, by investing in vertical agriculture. Yes, the retailer, which already operates its own bank, is going into the farming business. It’s a big deal for them, or at least for vertical agriculture.

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