Shannan Ponton to Headline Feel Younger Summit in Bali

By Orlando Birmingham Australia’s much loved  health and wellness Guru and ‘Biggest Loser’ TV host Shannan Ponton has been confirmed as the headlining speaker at the June 27th ‘Feel Younger Summit’ a health and wellness event for the over 40’s, Gen X and Baby Boomers held in Bali. The Feel Younger Summit brings together some […]

Cocoon Medical Spa Launches 2 Pop-up Spas in Bali

Cocoon Medical Spa, the winner of Best Spa in Bali (Yak Awards 2013), now offers advanced wellness and cosmetic medical spa services at 2 new resort locations: Sentosa Seminyak and Karma Kandara, Nusa Dua. Administered by a fully qualified, Australian trained Doctors, holistic cosmetic and wellness treatments include Botox and Fillers, Mesotherapy, Red Light Therapy […]

BPPI Propose Rate of Tourism Objects To be Unified

DENPASAR Indonesian Tourism Promotion Board (BPPI) proposed the rate of tourism objects in Bali to be unified to cover entrance fees and other levies. “Not a few of tourist attractions in Bali that is still battered or in other words too many fees to be paid by tourists. The condition like this have got many […]

Complaints on Health Service Increase

KUTA Complaints on health service in Indonesia continuously increase along with increasing intelligence of people getting the public service, said the Head of Honorary Council of Indonesian Doctor (MKDI) Prof Ali Baziad. “All complaints are about the service or doctors’ mistakes. But because of mistakes on delivering information so that people could not get its […]

Putin Signs Law Banning Smoking in Public Places

President Vladimir Putin has signed a law banning smoking in public places in Russia from June, a cornerstone of the government’s bid to improve public health in the nicotine-addicted country, the Kremlin said. The law makes smoking illegal in restaurants, cafes, hotels, trains and a host of other places and will take effect in two […]

Study Says Too Many Americans Still Drink Too Much

On any given day in the United States, 18 percent of men and 11 percent of women drink more alcohol than federal guidelines recommend, according to a study that also found that 8 percent of men and 3 percent of women are full-fledged “heavy drinkers.” That means the great majority of Americans stay within the […]

Are Plant-based Diets Environmentally Friendly?

A nutritious diet that includes lots of fruits and vegetables might not be the greenest in its environmental impact, according to a new study from France. After analyzing the eating habits of about 2,000 French adults, and the greenhouse gas emissions generated by producing the plants, fish, meat, fowl and other ingredients, researchers concluded that […]

Food, Drink Industries Undermine Health Policy

Multinational food, drink and alcohol companies are using strategies similar to those employed by the tobacco industry to undermine public health policies, health experts said. In an international analysis of involvement by so-called “unhealthy commodity” companies in health policy-making, researchers from Australia, Britain, Brazil and elsewhere said self-regulation was failing and it was time the […]