CGTN America

CGTN America 21 Feb 2020

Women are driving the fastest growing sector in digital health

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CGTN's Karina Huber spoke with Maven's founder and CEO, Kate Ryder. Maven is one of the top companies in the woman-focused digital health industry. The international online clinic tripled its client base in 2019 and has raised $88 million in venture capital.


Maria Taylor takes a look at the past and present of women joining NBA teams as assistant coaches, including Becky Hammon (San Antonio Spurs), Niele Ivey (Memphis Grizzlies), Lindsey Harding (Sacramento Kings), Kara Lawson (Boston Celtics), Teresa Weatherspoon (New Orleans Pelicans), Lindsay Gottlieb (Cleveland Cavaliers), active WNBA player Kristi Toliver (Washington Wizards), and former Kings assistant and Texas Legends head coach Nancy Lieberman. Adrian Wojnarowski then joins Taylor to discuss the new normal of female assistant coaches, and the impact they're making on players like Cavs rookie Kevin Porter Jr.
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Maria Taylor takes a look at the past and present of women joining NBA teams as assistant coaches, including Becky Hammon (San Antonio Spurs), Niele Ivey (Memphis Grizzlies), Lindsey Harding (Sacramento Kings), Kara Lawson (Boston Celtics), Teresa Weatherspoon (New Orleans Pelicans), Lindsay Gottlieb (Cleveland Cavaliers), active WNBA player Kristi Toliver (Washington Wizards), and former Kings assistant and Texas Legends head coach Nancy Lieberman. Adrian Wojnarowski then joins Taylor to discuss the new normal of female assistant coaches, and the impact they're making on players like Cavs rookie Kevin Porter Jr.

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CGTN's Rachelle Okuffo's talks 'Goop' and all things wellness with Ophelia Yeung, Senior Research Fellow at the Global Wellness Institute.
There's confusion over many areas of the new restrictions, especially in regards to workers' rights.

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