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Healthline Unveils TRANSFORM: Future of Health

Healthline Unveils TRANSFORM: Future of Health

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Healthline unveils a new interactive experience that highlights the most significant visionaries and innovations changing health and wellness as we know it. TRANSFORM: Future of Health spotlights how everyone can explore new ways to live healthier by taking steps toward this brighter future, today. 

In a recent Healthline survey, over 90% of respondents said health innovations help them better understand their mind-body connection and its impact on their overall well-being. 

“People care about what the future of their health and wellness looks like, and they see new technologies as a big part of what’s ahead,” said Dria Barnes, SVP of Content & Brand Strategy. “Whole-person health requires access to research, trends, and new ideas emerging in the space.”

The program focuses on emerging innovations and ways to increase access and adoption of the most groundbreaking health technologies. Each story features subject matter experts who are at the forefront of bringing these innovations to life.

“At Healthline, we seek to provide relevant, up-to-date, and accurate health information to our readers,” said Dr. Jenny Yu, Head of Medical Affairs at Healthline. “This includes personalized programs like TRANSFORM: Future of Health, which helps to inform people of the innovations and ideas shaping the world of health and wellness.”

A Deep Dive into the Future of Health

According to a Healthline survey, 8 out of 10 people are inspired by health and wellness technologies. People recognize the potential of health and wellness innovations in their lives and want to engage with them at a wider and deeper scale. Dive into TRANSFORM: Future of Health to explore the exciting, accessible, and cutting-edge themes shaping the future of health and wellness for everyone.

The initiative includes editorial, video, and interactive content organized around three themes:

In addition, an illuminating docuseries examines the health and wellness impacts of climate change, psychedelic therapy, and virtual care. Host Liz Plank, award-winning journalist, author, and producer, guides viewers through the data as they meet game-changing healthcare visionaries who are lighting the way to a more accessible, progressive, and healthier world.

Episodes will be rolled out over the coming weeks on Healthline.com and available via Healthline’s YouTube starting today.

To explore the top innovations shaping the future of health and wellness, visit TRANSFORM: Future of Health and connect with Healthline on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

About Healthline Media

Healthline Media is the leading digital health and wellness property, reaching the most people on their road to well-being. The company delivers expert insights with a clear, human voice through its content, communities, and services. Healthline Media connects its partners with more than 94 million people each month (ComScore, August 2021) across its brand portfolio (which includes Healthline, Medical News Today, Greatist, Psych Central, and Bezzy) and connects its audiences with solutions to help them live fuller, richer lives. The company publishes more than 1,500 pieces of content a month, created by more than 250 writers and reviewed by more than 125 medical experts, doctors, and clinicians. Every program and piece of content are purpose-built to make an impact and make wellness attainable for people everywhere. Healthline Media uses its platform to advocate for a more inclusive and equitable approach to wellness. Throughout its history, Healthline Media’s mission and vision have stayed constant: to create a stronger, healthier world. Healthline Media is based in San Francisco and is part of RV Health, a Red Ventures business.

 

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