Wellness

How The Most Powerful People In The World Define Healthy Living

A worker sets up the Lithuanian flag at the main entrance of the congress center where the World Economic Forum will take place in Davos, Switzerland, Monday, Jan. 20, 2014. The world's financial and political elite will head this week to the Swiss Alps for 2014's gathering of the World Economic Forum at the Swiss ski resort of Davos. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
A worker sets up the Lithuanian flag at the main entrance of the congress center where the World Economic Forum will take place in Davos, Switzerland, Monday, Jan. 20, 2014. The world's financial and political elite will head this week to the Swiss Alps for 2014's gathering of the World Economic Forum at the Swiss ski resort of Davos. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Politics, economics, technology and foreign affairs will be on the agenda, as usual, at this week's World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. But some more unusual topics will also be taking the stage this year -- from well-being and mindfulness to the question of what it means to lead a healthy life. Global leaders representing more than 100 different countries will participate in over 25 different panels at the Forum's Health Summit, including discussions on topics like meditation, technology and health, happiness, mindfulness and healthcare reform.

These leaders will also be focusing on their own health this week, using fitness trackers and being encouraged to make healthy choices as part of the Davos Health Challenge.

From government health officials to leaders of some of the world's largest companies, here's how global leaders in Davos define healthy living.

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