Here's what's behind the disconnect between the wellness and health-care industries.
Here's how hospital-operation software could help eliminate the waste in health-care spending by deploying artificial intelligence.
IBM Research Cambridge Director Dr. Lisa Amini talks to MarketWatch about how AI is analyzing medical images to provide doctors with deeper insight into their patients and better treatment options.
Jeremie Capron, ROBO Global's research director, talks to MarketWatch about how robotics could soon transform all aspects of health care, from surgery and diagnosis, to mobility enhancement and elderly care.
Getting to Work With: Melanie Whelan on the secrets to productivity and successful leadership.
ShapeScale is the first health-tech device that allows people to create their 3D avatar at home in a matter of minutes. ShapeScale's CEO spoke to MarketWatch about how 3D avatars can transform retail, fitness and health care.
Fitbit CEO talked to MarketWatch about the new software updates it launched at CES 2017. In an effort to enhance the experience for users and keep them on its platform, Fitbit's new social component helps users manage their diet and exercise.
Around 12-15 million people use wearable technology for health care – a market that includes Fitbit, Apple, Samsung and LG. MarketWatch spoke to Kate McCarthy, a health-care analyst that manages a rare disease using an Apple Watch and a service dog.
The U.S. is the largest health-care spender in the world, but that doesn't actually translate into better health outcomes for Americans. Dr. Clay Johnston, Dean of the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, explains why.
Medical costs related to obesity are estimated at $147 billion per year. But according to recent research, the answer to the obesity epidemic might in fact have more to do with our brains than with our bodies.
Men's plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures have grown 325% over the past 20 years. Here's how the financial industry is making money on the surge.
More than 50% of Americans report feeling burned out and overworked, with Millennials being affected the most. Could corporate retreats that focus on emotional awareness help reduce burnout and executive turnover?
How new tech may convince more older Americans to work out.
Around 250,000 deaths happen in hospitals every year due to medical errors. Here's how advocates for simulation training are ambitiously trying to change that.
California's 'Weed Nuns' are in battle with law enforcement, big banks and right-wing pastors for a place in the lucrative CBD market. Meanwhile, the FDA has deemed CBD a drug, banning its use in food and health products without official approval.
Here's how 5G, the latest generation of cellular mobile communications, will bring access to health care in underserved communities at a fraction of today's cost.
Medical bankruptcy can happen to anyone and is common even among the financially secure. Here's what you need to know.
More than half of employees say having nontraditional benefits would reduce their stress. Here's how companies are introducing nontraditional benefits to increase retention and loyalty.
Vitamin startup company Ritual is trying to reinvent the vitamin with the help of sophisticated marketing, a team of doctors, and an influx of venture capitalists.
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