Welltodo Today: The Billion-Dollar “Healing” Gemstone Industry, Adidas Conquers China, Emotional Wellness

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Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

Adidas Shares Hit Record After Zooming Past Nike

Shares in Adidas rose to a record high on Thursday after the German sportswear firm reported a bigger than expected increase in first-quarter sales and profits, outpacing rival Nike in North America and China and growing fast online. After losing ground to its U.S.

Is There A Crystal Bubble? Inside The Billion-Dollar “Healing” Gemstone Industry

The spirits want me to face my addiction to Sour Patch Kids. I am sitting cross-legged on the floor of Colleen McCann’s Venice Beach home. Colleen is a shaman. Her loft is filled with crystals, many of which are organized into parallel lines to my left and right, as if I’m stationed in the middle of a spiritual runway.

The App Cancer Patients and Their Families Have Been Waiting For

In 2017, it is estimated 134,174 Australian’s will be diagnosed with cancer for the very first time. A staggering statistic that sees a lot of people embark on

Spindrift Closes $10M Funding Round Led by VMG – BevNET.com

After enjoying strong growth over the past year, Massachusetts-based natural sparkling beverage brand Spindrift today announced the closing of a $10 million round of funding led by private equity firm VMG Partners. The round also included investment from Prolog Ventures, Karp Reilly, and other existing investors.

How Uber, Adidas, and Tesla Use Strategic Relationships To Get Ahead

Two brains can be better than one. Some of the most successful companies evolve by forming strategic relationships with other innovative minds. “Even the most progressive companies are forced to constantly think about the evolution of their business,” says David Nour, author of Co-Create: How Your Business Will Profit From Innovative and Strategic Collaboration .

How to Eat Healthier According to Whole Foods’ CEO

Whole Foods Market co-founder and CEO John Mackey says learning to eat healthy is a lot like getting into a new gym routine: both require training. Mackey, speaking at Fortune’s Brainstorm Health conference in San Diego, said both involve changing well-established patterns.

How Pip Edwards sold Bondi to the world

After years in the beachside boho crowd, Pip Edwards decided to surf the trend for activewear with her own company. Pip Edwards is wearing black tights covered in red, yellow and nude stripes and a matching black muscle shirt which cuts low into her side, so you get a glimpse of washboard abs and an impressive set of obliques.

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