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Delphi Economic Forum — June 2020

Michael Phillips Moskowitz is a serial founder, selected by FastCompany as one of the Top 100 Creatives in Business.

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Psychology Today — May 2020

The neurochemistry of content can reshape our lives

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Fast Company — May 2020

The breadth of content flowing across our screens can either uplift or plummet our mental well-being. Here’s how to plan a more healthful digital diet.

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Yahoo Money — May 2020

According to Moskowitz, even before COVID-19, the average American spent over 11 hours a day, every day, exposed to some form of digital media. Now, due to the virus, we consume even more.

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Hello Giggles — May 2020

If you're going to discuss your mental health over the computer or via FaceTime, it's important to regulate your digital intake.

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Business Insider — February 2020

A startup that has patented "digital pharmaceuticals" and entered into the second stage of a research-and-development contract with the US Air Force. The goal? To treat troops during space travel.

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Medium — December 2019

Michael Phillips Moskowitz Honored with the "Top 100 Healthcare Leaders" Award at IFAH Dubai, 2019

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Thrive Global — December 2019

Beyond Peak Content: Can We Counter Digital Addiction with Digital Nutrition?

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GQ South Africa — June 2019

This app wants to combat social media comedown

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GQ Middle East — June 2019

This App Wants To Combat Social Media Comedown

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Fox 47 News — June 2019

This App Helps You Find Streaming Content Based On How You're Feeling

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British GQ — June 2019

It's increasingly clear that social media and easy access to technology are having an adverse effect on people's mental welfare.

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Simplemost — June 2019

A new website called Moodrise 1000 has pulled together 1,000 hours of content from YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu and categorized them into "feelings" organized by neurotransmitters – the brain chemicals that correlate to specific mood states.

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KGUN9.com — June 2019

While you may already have a go-to show or movie that always takes your mind off your troubles, did you know there are actually specific shows, movies and videos that positively impact brain chemistry and can boost your mood?

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Men's Radio Station — June 2019

The Moodrise 1000 Digital Nutrition™ guide brings you healthy, popular content from platforms such as YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu that positively impacts brain chemistry to help heal, strengthen and fortify your mental wellness.

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Future Pills — April 2019

Is digital nutrition the new Soul Food?

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Daily Express — April 2019

Kristen: How social media can be your darkest hour

UK Tech News — April 2019

Moodrise's mobile and audio app versions are built on the premise that content can actually help heal, and healthy digital content must be a pillar of proactive wellness.

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Tech Buzz Ireland — April 2019

By pairing peer-reviewed science with content, Moodrise Audio delivers 'nutritional' 90-second audio clips, nicknamed 'pillcasts' to help alleviate pain, boost emotional resilience and improve people's experience of everyday life.

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Work Life — April 2019

The mission is a "combination of awareness and practice" to teach people when and when not to use digital.

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About Time — April 2019

Switched On: the role of digital nutrition for your mental health with Michael Philips Moskowitz (Founder of Moodrise)

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Sifted — April 2019

Can tech improve your "emotional fitness"?

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Creative Innovation Podcast — April 2019

We spend close on 12 hours a day consuming content and we do not yet know the long term impact on our mental and physical health.

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Mens Radio Station — April 2019

Interview with Michael Phillips Moskowitz

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Evening Standard — March 2019

From meditation prompts to wellbeing chatbots, the apps you need to know

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NZ Herald — March 2019

It is described as "the world's first Digital Nutrition app", designed not to get people off their phones, but to consume something different.

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The Telegraph — March 2019

Should we consider the quality of our online consumption in the same way we do diet, exercise, and sleep?

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abc.net Radio — March 2019

Carrie Barron and Michael Phillips Moskowitz argue that we need a three-pronged approach to 'digital encounters: literacy, hygiene and labelling'.

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The One Way Ticket Show — March 2019

In 2019, Michael launched Moodrise, a suite of behavioral health products designed to improve emotional resilience.

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WhatWeSeee — March 2019

Michael Phillips Moskowitz wants to nourish you. His new app, Moodrise, came from wrestling with big questions – and addressing the gaping deficits of our current healthcare system.

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Harvard Business Review — February 2019

Our Digital Lives Don’t Need to Make Us Unhappy, Unhealthy, and Unwise

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BeautyMatter — February 2019

Adults in the US spend half the day, per day, consuming content–12 hours and 7 minutes to be exact–and it's having a negative impact on health and happiness.

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The Spring Wise — February 2019

AeBeZe Labs scours the web for content that lifts people's spirits and boosts confidence

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Inspiralist — February 2019

Imagine waking up to a carefully curated package of photos, videos, graphics, sounds, music, and art, rather than potentially hard-hitting news, family drama and friend envy?

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Canvas8 — February 2019

While people are becoming more aware of the ills too much screentime can cause, some are opting to use the tech to enhance their health, rather than detox from it altogether.

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Highsnobiety — February 2019

The New Moodrise App Uses Art So You Wake Up Happier

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Make Use Of — February 2019

Moodrise (Android, iOS): Instant Mood-Changing Videos

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Hush Mag — February 2019

If starting your day checking your personal configuration of news, dating, dieting, and social media apps doesn't get you in a positive frame of mind, the new Moodrise app might have a solution.

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Product Hunt — January 2019

Positively impact brain chemistry

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App Advice — January 2019

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Steemhunt — January 2019

Moodrise has created a library of pictures, videos and media that can help you feel happy overall and positive too.

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Nexo — January 2019

How this application seeks to increase the well-being of its users

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CNET Download — January 2019

Moodrise (download for iOS or Android), the latest wellness app, thinks it can make you feel better without having to put down your phone. Instead, the app suggests changing what you're looking at.

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Artsy — January 2019

A New App Is Using Art to Help You Feel Better

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.cent Magazine Facebook — January 2019

Combining multimedia materials with science and storytelling, the app formulates content which serves as "Digital Nutrition" to positively supplement your everyday consumption of digital content.

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MSN.co.uk — January 2019

Swap scrolling Instagram for something that could make you feel better

Evening Standard — January 2019

Swap scrolling Instagram for something that could make you feel better

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