Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Passengers will be able to indulge in a range of treatments while travelling on the Royal Scotsman
Withings has taken a unique approach with their line of Steel fitness trackers in that they’re actually analog watches with special tracker dials instead of bulked-up bracelets festooned with LEDs and screens. Now Withings is taking that analog aesthetic and bringing it forward to fill the gap left by recent smartwatch maker Pebble.
In 2013, meal delivery service Sprig launched in San Francisco with one simple goal: making it easy to eat well. The creation of tech entrepreneurs, not restaurateurs, the service launched with just three meal options a day, available only at dinner and ordered through an app.
Unilever UK has signed up to become official sponsor of The Grocer’s Waste Not Want Not food waste campaign. Launched in May 2016, the campaign aims to shed light on the scale of food waste in the UK.
Thanks to Christmas, we’re all broke now – so if you’re seriously feeling the pinch, what would you be prepared to do to pay for your lunch? Bang out a few burpees? A few squats perhaps? Conveniently, there’s a café popping up in Covent Garden where you can actually pay for your grub with exercise.
In 2008, 27-year-old Londoner Richard Pierson was burned out from his career marketing Axe deodorant at a major agency. He switched to freelance, but felt so much anxiety he struggled to go out in public. A friend knew just the cure: an energetic, amiable “Jeeves” for taking care of your brain.
Drug-free pain relief.