What tools and information are available to us today to monitor and avoid disease? As society moves from reactive to preventive healthcare, we take a look at innovation coming out of Switzerland to ensure longevity and quality of life.
Movement medicine is a growing trend that is healing and also taps into preventative healthcare. In a conversation with CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne, movement medicine teacher Kristin Glenewinkel explains how dancing helps us to reconnect in a world that has become very individualized. Care to join in? Then pop along to Zürich Tanzt 2018 4-6 May.
Today, it's not enough to produce a fine product. What's equally important is how, where, when, and with what materials something is made. CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne talks clean beauty products with the founder of Abhati Suisse, Anju Rupal, who is an advocate for sustainable cosmetics.
Stress often leads to changes in our bodies, whether it's muscle tension, headaches, or irritability. Sandra Mikhail, the dietitian at Nutrition A-Z, tells CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne how a healthy diet, exercise, and relaxation can help combat stress.
Robert Riener is a Professor for Sensory-Motor Systems at the Department of Health Sciences and Technology at ETH in Zurich. In his award-winning work he combines technology and medicine. Riener met with CNNMoney Switzerland to talk about his vision of creating a world without disabilities.
Stepping into the extreme cold for three minutes may be all your need for a trim waist, a clear mind and flawless skin. CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne talks to founder and director of Hibernatus to find out why the "cryosauna" is the latest craze.
Ever wonder why only a handful of people make it to the C-suite? What skills do they have that others don't? Here Stefan Labas, executive mental toughness coach, shows CNNMoney Switzerland’s Amanda Kayne how we can all focus the mind – not only to close the deal, but also to grab opportunities along the way.
With over 50 types of dementia, the World Health Organization has placed the disease high on the public health priority agenda. Tania Dussey-Cavassini, former Swiss ambassador for global health, tells CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne why decisions made in Geneva are critical for all countries wishing to follow suit and provide the care, and the cure, for dementia.
The next big thing to hit the digital healthcare space are apps that can determine if you are feeling happy or sad and can talk to you to help you fend off your addiction. Alexandros Giannakis, Accenture, connected health practice lead - Europe, Africa and Latin America, explains to CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne why image recognition can help to reduce costs in the healthcare system as well as promote individual wellbeing.
Pascal König, co-founder of AVA, a femtech fertility bracelet firm, tells CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne how women can increase their chances of getting pregnant. By wearing a simple wristband that measures millions of data points while sleeping, couples can know precisely the best five days of the month to conceive.
"Research shows that there is no limit to longevity, we just need to bring ageing under genuine medical control," says author and biomedical gerontologist, Aubrey de Grey. In dialogue with CNNMoney Switzerland's Amanda Kayne, Aubrey explains why he is doing his part to spread the message that living forever, healthily, is possible and why doing nothing is irresponsible.
Beauty is said to be skin deep but which kinds of food make our skin look better? Do you often wonder which is a better buy- the soja or the cow milk? And what about digestion, what part does that play in making our face shine? Dermatologist Dr. Liv Kraemer, who`s also a skin trainer has been meeting CNN Money Switzerland`s Amanda Kayne and giving her some top tips on what to put in your shopping basket.
Mental Health Strategist, Khaliya, tells us why she believes psychedelics to be the answer to Post Trauma Stress Disorder and depression in just three to four therapies. She says: “Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide.” Khaliya states that mental health is a human right and explains why illegal party pills, when administered correctly, could help otherwise ruined lives.