Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
The pandemic and the lockdowns it has led to have put mental health on the agenda like never before. At Asics, this meant revisiting its founding principle of ‘healthy body, healthy mind’. Here we catch up with the sport brand’s executive vice-president, Gary Raucher, to hear how that’s going.
Over the past year, 76% of employees did not receive any training to support them in the transition to remote work. Now, a year later these employees are burned-out, isolated, and looking to their employers for guidance. Here’s what you can do to help.
Hailed as ‘the best thing since veg’, this 16-ingredient wonder bread has taken the culinary world by storm, and for good reason If you had to name staple foods contributing to Britain’s poor diet – one of the factors blamed for this country’s high death toll from Covid-19 – there’s little doubt industrially-made sliced bread would be near the top of the list.
News UK Bosses said the cash injection will be funded by a placing of new shares. T he Gym Group has said it hopes to raise £31 million from investors to fund an expansion with 40 new branches.
Because you can physically feel Apple Watch’s presence whenever you’re wearing it, the device was a natural fit for launching the brand’s Breathe app in 2015. Breathe prompts users to focus on their breath via gentle haptic (aka vibrational) cues for timeframes spanning 1 to 5 minutes.
SoulCycle CEO Evelyn Webster joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the pent up demand for indoor cycling, competition in the fitness space and what’s next for the powerhouse brand. MYLES UDLAND: All right, welcome back to “Yahoo Finance Live” on this Thursday morning. We continue our series chronicling the reopening of New York City.