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Health & Fitness Trends 2013 & beyond- lessons from Fitness Australia

Health & Fitness Trends 2013 & beyond- lessons from Fitness Australia | PB Social | Scoop.it
Welcome to number 6  in the series of our new MomentumBD  blogs . If you missed the last five and would like to read them, then simply subscribe to our blog   here These will be posted by both Mome...
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60 Must-Read Health & Fitness Blogs for 2012

60 Must-Read Health & Fitness Blogs for 2012 | PB Social | Scoop.it
There are daily tips for strength training, guides to gluten-free baking, and news on neuroscience. Here's our roundup of the 60 best blogs to help readers make healthier choices in 2012.
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AstraZeneca taps social media for employee wellness drive

AstraZeneca taps social media for employee wellness drive | PB Social | Scoop.it

AstraZeneca US has launched a wide-ranging wellness programme for its staff and is using social media to help them maintain their momentum.

 

The pharma company has set up ‘Shape Up’, an internal social media website that allows employees to track their own health and fitness progress and even challenge each other to complete health goals.

 


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How do you measure up on the fitness front? - The Australian

How do you measure up on the fitness front? - The Australian | PB Social | Scoop.it
How do you measure up on the fitness front?
The Australian
As health-tracking gadgets get less expensive and better looking, more people are jumping on board. But collecting data is the easy part; what's difficult is making sense of it.
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Australian SMEs are failing at social media, says Telstra

Australian SMEs are failing at social media, says Telstra | PB Social | Scoop.it
A survey of 1000 SMEs found that 24 per cent of businesses utilise social media, and 12 per cent said they felt social-driven initiatives hindered their business successes
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Using social media to keep fit and healthy | Fitness Australia

Using social media to keep fit and healthy | Fitness Australia | PB Social | Scoop.it
Fitness Australia's response to SMH article ‘Free and fun: social media changes the fitness game’It is no surprise that more people are now using...
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Free and fun: social media changes the fitness game

Free and fun: social media changes the fitness game | PB Social | Scoop.it
NATALIE FULLER is one of an increasing number of people who are leaving gyms to keep fit with strangers outdoors - all organised through social media.
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Can Online Social Networks Help You Get Healthier? - GE Healthcare News

Can Online Social Networks Help You Get Healthier? - GE Healthcare News | PB Social | Scoop.it

Can Online Spcial Networks helop you get healthier?

 

GE Healthcare invites you to join the conversation at its Virtual Roundtable on Social Media and Health.

 

As GE Healthcare’s #GetFit social media campaign aimed at promoting health and fitness goals and raising awareness of the impact of healthy lifestyles and fitness on cancer prevention, enters its final phase, the company is asking: “Can online social network campaigns help encourage improved health behaviours, and if so, how can they be made as effective as possible?”.

 

Dr Bernie Hogan, Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute
Dr Tom Valente, Professor, University of Southern California
Dr Nathan Cobb, Assistant Professor, Georgetown University School of Medicine; Science Advisor, MeYou Health
Kristen Hallam, Health Editor, Bloomberg News
Moderator: Conor McKechnie, Public Affairs, GE Healthcare


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