The Washington Post today announced special coverage of wellness focusing on the increasing role personal technology plays in the health industry. The Post will present a five-part look at a range of products and how helpful or essential they can be to leading a robust lifestyle.
“Technology is becoming increasingly connected to wellness and health, so we wanted to devote coverage to examining the safety, science and health concerns,” said Elizabeth Chang, wellness editor at The Post. “Wellness has been top of mind for many, especially during the pandemic. These stories are meant to give people the information they need to decide whether or not such products are worth spending money on to stay safe and healthy.”
This collection of stories, with each part rolling out monthly, will inform readers if the products are necessary and if there are drawbacks to using them. The first part looks at the practice of sanitizing cellphones, analyzing the science and the efficiency of a product that helps disinfect phones using ultraviolet light.
To read the first installment, visit here.
This collection of wellness coverage is sponsored by Lincoln.
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