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The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) held its sixth roundtable July 14, in Wales, in partnership with the Institute of Life Science at Swansea University’s Medical School. Thirty-seven high-level experts from the government, academic and private sectors sat down to debate how to make this country a wellness leader among small nations. Now Wales is small, but it’s already a big wellness innovator—just check out its new “Well-being of Future Generations Act.” Gathered leaders identified seven key interventions that could build a more “Well Wales,” from promoting its unique wellness tourism assets like raw nature, peace and cultural authenticity to creating “wellness schools.”
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