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The Evolution from Hearing Aids to Wellness Devices

January 3, 2023

Via: HitConsultant

Here’s what we know from decades of research: Hearing loss affects health and well-being, but people with hearing loss are often reluctant to wear hearing aids. Of course, they’re doing themselves no favors. But when they do finally opt for […]


Wellness

Want Better-Quality Sleep? Avoid Doing These 14 Things.

July 5, 2022

Via: HuffPost

The house is too quiet. Did I lock the front door? I forgot to respond to that email, again. If I fall asleep now, I’ll only get six hours. Why can’t I sleep? Do I have to pee? Why does […]


Wellness

4 Parts Of Your Body You Shouldn’t Forget To Exercise

August 31, 2021

Via: HuffPost

It’s time to reshape the full-body workout. When we think of these types of routines, we typically think of working the core, glutes and legs, and arms. But if we want to really care for our overall well-being, we need […]


Wellness

A family wellness check: California invests in treating parents and children together

July 8, 2021

Via: The Medical News

When a parent takes an infant to the Children’s Health Center in San Francisco for a routine checkup, a pediatrician will check the baby’s vitals and ask how the child is doing at home. Then Janelle Bercun, a licensed clinical […]


Wellness

Should You Avoid the Gym During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

March 5, 2020

Via: Time Health

As coronavirus cases—and related anxiety—accumulate in the U.S., many people are looking at exercise with new eyes. Typically a pillar of health and wellness, the gym in the age of coronavirus seems to many like a petri dish of contagion. […]


Editorial

Wellness Programs: A Must-Have?

September 16, 2019

Via: James Hughes

Our everyday activities are shaping a world ready to keep up with the continuous evolution of the digital era. It is only natural that the needs of employee change in the process, and big companies are aware of it. In […]


News

Is Our Obsession with Health Data Making Us Crazy?

May 30, 2019

Via: Time Health

When Bri Cawsey started wearing a Fitbit, she thought it was simply a “really cool tool” for charting her runs. Slowly but surely, however, the British Columbia-based strength and conditioning coach began tracking everything—calories, macronutrients, fertility—and noticed the habit spiraling […]


Innovation, Medical Devices

Health and wellness could be the next frontier for Amazon’s Alexa

May 18, 2018

Via: medicaldevice-network.com

We could soon be talking to Alexa about much more than music, shopping lists and weather updates, as Amazon is reportedly building a team to incorporate its digital assistant with healthcare and wellness advice. According to internal documents reviewed by […]


Wellness

The secret to avoiding weight gain: Do not diet

March 28, 2018

Via: Medical News Today

Most people attempt a diet at some point in their life. Many of us are on one right now. However, new research says that dieting may be counterproductive and that, actually, the key is eating regularly. I’ve been on and […]


Editorial

7 Companies With Amazing Wellness Programs

March 5, 2018

Via: Sofia Allende

Happy, healthy employees are known to be more productive. We didn’t say it, science did. In fact, there are a number of studies that explore the correlation between employees’ health and their productivity levels: “employees who eat healthy all day […]


Wellness

Music makes us enjoy exercise more, finds brain study

February 21, 2018

Via: Medical News Today

Researchers reveal that while listening to music during a workout doesn’t increase focus on the task at hand, it does make exercise much more enjoyable. Study co-author Marcelo Bigliassi, from Brunel University London in the United Kingdom, and his colleagues […]


Wellness

9 Things to Do When You Can’t Sleep Because Your Mind Is Racing

January 23, 2018

Via: Time Health

Why can’t I shut my brain off at night? We’ve all had nights when we lie awake in bed, unable to quiet our racing thoughts. There are plenty of reasons why sleep may be evading you—maybe you had caffeine too […]


Wellness

What are the best foods for weight loss?

January 15, 2018

Via: Medical News Today

Research by scientists has revealed that some foods may have an impact on appetite. These could be beneficial for weight loss when incorporated into a healthful diet and lifestyle. Read on to learn more about seven foods that may be […]


Wellness

4 Ways to Reset Your Health After Labor Day

September 1, 2017

Via: Time Health

Summer can feel like one looong semi-vacation—and it’s easy to fall into the trap of the “anything goes” vacay mindset for oh, three whole months. If you’ve indulged more often than you planned (hello, BBQ, ice cream, and many glasses […]


Wellness

This Is The Best Way to Detox Your Body

August 24, 2017

Via: Time Health

If you associate a “detox” with a 7-day juice fast, it’s time to make over your notion of a cleanse. Detoxing doesn’t require you to make extreme diet choices, since our bodies are made to flush out toxins on their […]


Wellness

The Five Habits That Actually Contribute To Long-Term Health, According To Science

July 28, 2017

Via: Forbes

To look around at all the health articles, tips, tricks, listicles and books, you’d think health was an extraordinarily complicated matter—and must arise from some elusive combination of interval training, crossword puzzles, and avocados. But it’s not actually that complicated. In […]


Wellness

6 Ways Exercise Benefits The Body And Brain

May 24, 2017

Via: Forbes

Though some people actually love physical activity and look forward to it, for many of us, exercising is a mighty drag. Exercise has also had an added PR problem in recent years: A growing body of evidence has shown that […]


Wellness

Here Are the Health Benefits of Pilates

February 22, 2017

Via: Time

People who dance are easy to spot, even offstage. “They’re very aware of their body’s position in space, and they move almost like cats,” says Marie-Louise Bird, a Pilates researcher and post-doctoral research fellow at the University of British Columbia. […]


Wellness

Is weekend exercise just as good as being active every day?

January 10, 2017

Via: Medical News Today

It is common knowledge that exercise is good for us. Being physically active reduces the risk of chronic illness and premature death. But is cramming it all in over one weekend just as effective as a little bit of exercise […]


Wellness

Exercise Keeps the Brain Young: Study

December 30, 2016

Via: Time

Exercise can combat cognitive decline, according to the results of a new study. Older adults who did high amounts of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity had a 36% lower risk of cognitive impairment, as well as better memory and executive function, than […]