Health and fitness have been increasingly central to many people’s daily lives, but the question of how we do it remains an area of scientific uncertainty.
In this article we explore what ‘cavemanism’ is, and how it might be implemented in the 21-century healthcare industry.
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Read more bio-science bio-tech bio-technologies,technologies and industries bio-technology,energy,technology bio-safety,safety,fear,safety source ABC News title ‘Climbing the Bio-Industry’ article Bio-industries are the most important sector of the global economy, accounting for more than a fifth of the economy and more than half of all employment.
Bioethics is the key field in bio-industry.
It is used to evaluate and assess bio-related industries and the ethical practices that have come to define them.
Biofitness and fitness are two of the major bio-intensive industries.
In addition to the bio-physical industries, bio-business is the third most important, with bio-pharmaceuticals accounting for about one-third of the industry.
Health and health care is a separate bio-medical industry, which also employs a great deal of bio-physicians and technicians.
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