Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy
Global Wellness News™ | October 10th, 2023
Ozempic, Oprah and apologies: WeightWatchers says there’s no shame in being overweight, or in taking new weight-loss drugs
Japan is strengthening its position as a wellness destination thanks to rapid growth in products and services based on the country’s hot springs, nutrient-rich cuisine, diverse nature and healthy living.
Apps such as Cece that offer tarot reading, fortunetelling and astrology are part of an online mysticism market worth US$14 billion a year. Beijing is cracking down, but they continue to target young people.
Hungryroot founder debuts Every, an AI-powered app for self-reflection and human connection | TechCrunch
As founder and CEO of healthy grocery delivery service Hungryroot, Ben McKean has been investigating the power of AI technologies to improve his business.
Hilton’s third-annual 2024 Travel Trends Report found an increased traveler interest in health and wellness.
Maternal care needs more innovation and investment, and the US startup partners with hospitals to restructure their women’s health programs with a clinical redesign of labor and delivery–delivering a tech-enabled, holistic care experience, deploying care teams of nurse midwives, OB/GYNs, and mental health and wellness providers
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