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‘We didn’t ask for a meditation app, we want to be able to pay our rent’: Starbucks is offering new mental health benefits, but empl...
Some workers are demanding more support from Starbucks, including concerns regarding understaffed locations.
Tones, frequencies, and spoken guidance — Mindwell meditation app strives to make users feel through sound.
Melinda Gates' favorite piece of personal tech is a meditation app called Headspace, and she's got a trick with when to use it.
Alexa is capable of more than 70,000 programmable tasks; these were the most popular skills in the U.S.
Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda, took up meditation after listening to Headspace co-founder Andy Puddicombe.
Weight Watchers has changed its name to ‘WW’ to focus on overall wellness — here’s what’s actually changing about the pr...
Over the next few months, Weight Watchers says it plans to roll out several updates to its app that will help millions of its members around the world not just lose weight but feel better altogether.
Meditation may be trendy, but that may detract from the fact it's a scientifically proven healthy habit. Getting started is easier than you may think.
Startups are pioneering a dramatic shift in how we spot and treat depression — and you can try some of their new tools right now
The tragic rise in suicide in America has struck a chord with tech startups aiming to create tools that can spot mental illness early. All of these apps are underwritten by a central idea: that many people who need help aren't getting it.
A meditation app loved by Wall Street and Silicon Valley wants to unveil a prescription-strength version with FDA approval
The $250 million mindfulness app company Headspace has big plans to turn meditation into medicine. A favorite self-improvement tool in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street, the app already hopes to roll out a series of prescription-grade meditation tools approved by the FDA.
Ryan Reynolds told the New York Times that he uses the meditation app Headspace to cope with an anxiety that he has "always had." Reynolds, whose film "Deadpool 2" premieres this month, said he uses the app before promotional interviews and talk-show appearances.