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sleep and coronavirus

Pandemic Creating Corona-Somniacs

Sleep is one of the most critical factors in overall health and wellness, but unfortunately, the Covid pandemic has had a negative effect on the world's slumber patterns.

Medical Tourism

Health & Medical Tourism at ITB Berlin NOW 2021

The virtual edition of ITB Berlin NOW from 9 to 12 March 2021 is again examining the Medical Tourism segment which has high growth potential as the coronavirus pandemic becomes particularly apparent how important mental and physical health is.

Wellness Trends

Future Wellness Trends for 2021

Experts identify nine future wellness trends: from Hollywood jumping into wellness to the rise of spiritual architecture/design to adding “more color to wellness” to a new future for immune health—that stops “boosting” and starts balancing.

Spa at Lodge of Four Seasons Lake Ozark

The 100 Best Spas in the Americas - 2020

While North American travelers haven’t been able to travel as much as they would like in 2020, we hope that the following list of best spas will inspire your trips to come — whenever they may be.

COVID-19 Mouth Wash Test

DIY COVID-19 Mouth Wash Test Aims to Save Tourism

An Austrian startup’s do-it-yourself test, using a mouth wash solution that doesn't release aerosols, reopens the tourism and events industries for business, without compromising on the health of tourists and attendees.

Dental Implants

Why You Should Get Dental Implants

So you’ve a lost or damaged a tooth or two and you’ve been going through all your options and aren’t yet settled on which is right for you.

mental health

Skills Needed To Become a Psychiatric Nurse

Becoming a psychiatric nurse is a very specialized profession that requires a distinct skillset as well as specific knowledge to be able to perform the task well.

smoking kills

Tobacco Responsible for 20% of Deaths

World Heart Federation and the University of Newcastle Australia ahead of World Heart Day, marked on 29 September, announced that 1.9 million people die from tobacco-induced heart disease every year.