This Week in Wellness
As self-described wellness geeks, we spend plenty of time on the internet, tracking down new information about everything from meditation to the chemicals in our beauty products. In our weekly update, we share the best of the best with you, just in time to add them to your weekend reading list.
A Harvard nutritionist’s study that proves the common-sense guidance we’ve heard a million times: The best weight loss plan is the one that works the best for you and your body. Plus, anecdotes from a few different success stories that hammer home the point.
A Forbes editor does a deep-dive into one company that’s leveraging big data to help people from every tax bracket access the best healthcare through the power of second opinions. For the optimists among us: There’s a legitimate change that it could benefit shareholders and customers equally.
An outline of a new protocol that could change the way patients and doctors communicate in end-of-life cases, weighing the patient’s values (like how much discomfort they’re willing to endure for more time) in a new way.