Growing a med spa, like any business, is challenging. With all of the tasks associated with increasing service providers, it is important
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As we age, our faces naturally lose fat and muscle tone, contributing to an older appearance. Common skincare routines, like wearing sunscreen
Companies and investors are betting millions of dollars that virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) technologies will improve consumers’ mental and
Your clients are busy. While flexible work schedules have helped improve work-life balance for many, productivity at home and work often come
What is your diet trying to tell you? As rates of chronic disease in the U.S. reach an all-time high, many Americans
Most people recognize the immune system as their natural protection against disease – a network of organs, tissues and cells that protect
As a med spa owner, you’re probably aware of the industry’s ever-evolving landscape. From new technologies to social media marketing, there are
15 percent of the U.S. population lives in rural areas. From a broad perspective, rural America is home to diverse pockets of
It’s the age of the side hustle. A 2023 survey reports a whopping 45 percent of working Americans now have a part-time job, gig or passion project averaging 13 hours per week. For fields like healthcare, however, landing a mobile side hustle seems a far-fetched dream.
Among the digital advances felt across all industries, health tech has emerged as a sector grappling with effective engagement strategies. When specifically examining healthcare platforms, older generations tend to value simplicity and ease of use, whereas younger generations prioritize a full suite of digital capabilities and rapid results.
A recent study shows 46 percent of Millennials and 40 percent of Gen Z rank flexibility as the most fundamental trait of a successful business. So, what does this new-age mentality mean for the nation’s primarily in-person, overburdened healthcare system?