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Global Wellness News™ | September 5th, 2023

Chinese youth fuel health and wellness trends with TCM

Share – WeChat Urban youth are bringing a resurgence to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practices. They are embracing techniques such as sunbathing the back, moxibustion, and gua sha as part of modern wellness, reviving age-old traditions. Trends like back sunbathing and the soaring popularity of sanfu patches showcase the enthusiasm young people have for TCM.

Wegovy: Weight-loss drug firm becomes Europe’s most valuable

Shares rose after the Danish pharmaceutical giant Novo Nordisk launched the popular drug in the UK.

Latest in Wellness Travel: The Menopause Retreat

A growing number of spas and resorts are offering programs that target the changes of perimenopause and menopause. The biggest benefit may be the chance to bond with other women going through the same thing.

Little Houses Group Readies Second “Family Lifestyle Club”

Little Houses Group, developer of clubs for health-conscious families to work, exercise, socialise and play, is opening a second site in London’s Parsons Green early next year.

Tech-free destinations

As travel picks up, tourist spots are reinforcing intentional travel which involves ditching the smart phone.

Malaysia’s wellness real estate sector has seen extraordinary growth

Malaysia’s wellness and healthcare-driven developments have grown at an unprecedented rate since the pandemic, such as projects in the Klang Valley including $3.2 billion KL Wellness City in Bukit Jalil and The Mines Wellness Hub at Mines Resort City in Seri Kembangan
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