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Global Wellness News™ | July 26th, 2022
Kelly Owens was a medical mystery, her teens and 20s blighted by a cascade of seemingly unrelated health problems that left her debilitated. For a decade and a half she was put on one medication after another-22 in all-to little effect. Then electricity saved her.
One billion people around the world have some sort of disability, according to the World Health Organization. Wunderman Thompson Data finds that 89% of people globally think that businesses need to design physical environments so that they are accessible to all.
The medtech Zurich-based startup advancing women’s health announced being acquired by Houston-based FemTech Health. Ava is a Venture Kick, Venture Leaders Technology, and China alumni and was elected among the TOP 100 Swiss Startup Award 5 years in a row.
The sport, beloved for its democratic spirit, could unite the country-if it doesn’t divide itself first. Save this story for later. Save this story for later. As in politics, a few famous families dominate pickleball, the fastest-growing sport in America. One is the Johnsons, of Florida.
HelloBiome Launches To Help Companies Gain Insights Into The Skin Microbiome To Make Products Effective For It – Beauty Independent
That’s among the insights HelloBiome, an AI-powered microbiome assessment and data platform by the people behind microbiome-friendly skincare brand Dr. Elsa Jungman who’ve created an at-home test measuring skin microbiome health, has gleaned about the skin microbiome.
Whoop valued at US$3.6bn last year Company recently launched Whoop 4.0 platform Whoop has become the latest fitness technology company to cut jobs in response to lower demand in a challenging economic climate, reducing its headcount by 15 per cent.