Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
All gyms and fitness classes have been closed for the past 11 weeks in the UK to slow the spread of Covid-19. The earliest they’re allowed to re-open is July 4, though a confirmed date is unclear as no official government advice has yet been issued.
It’s early evening and as the day winds down, your wellness routine kicks into high gear, letting the stress of the day melt away. You cuddle on the couch with your weighted blanket, turning on something light to watch on TV-nothing scary. Then, you toggle over to YouTube to do a short meditation, led by your favorite influencer.
Babylon Health has acknowledged that its GP video appointment app has suffered a data breach. The firm was alerted to the problem after one of its users discovered he had been given access to dozens of video recordings of other patients’ consultations.
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‘Evil forces’: how Covid-19 paranoia united the wellness industry and rightwing conspiracy theorists | Brigid Delaney
About a month ago some of the wellness podcasts and Instagram accounts I follow started to go decidedly off-piste. Instead of recommending a retreat in Bali or new ways to cook with coconut oil, they were posting links about 5G, Bill Gates or more coded but no less strange messages.
If you’ve been craving Nando’s for the last couple of months but don’t live in a takeaway delivery area, there’s now a better – and arguably healthier – way to get your PERi-PERi fix. Following hot on the heels of other restaurants offering D.I.Y kits, fans of Nando’s Portuguese-style grilled chicken will be able to whip up their favourite plates at home.