World Business Review hosted by General Alexander Haig: Introduces 'Toxic Food Syndrome' in nationally televised broadcast - over 100 cities
Immuno Labs appears on WBR’s Health Journal Television, hosted by General Alexander Haig.
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Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces the appearance of Immuno Labs on WBR’s Health Journal Television series hosted by Alexander Haig. The episode is airing on U.S. public television stations, including Chicago and Miami.
Jeffrey S. Zavik, CEO and Founder of Immuno Labs and John Rebello, PhD, lab director and chief scientist appear on WBR’s Health Journal Television. They describe the impact food is having on the health and well being of everyone, especially in the treatment of chronic conditions.
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According to the company: “Healthcare costs in America exceed $1.2 trillion per year. 75% of all healthcare dollars are spent on treating chronic conditions: arthritis, irritable bowel, depression, middle ear infections, obesity, hyperactivity and over 50 other conditions. 2.9 billion prescriptions are written each year – that’s more than 10 per person! - treating symptoms such as pain, indigestion or nervousness, but rarely treating the underlying cause and prescription medications often produce serious side effects. With chronic conditions and treatment costs running out of control, physicians and consumers are seeking better answers.”
Health Journal Television, via PBS, the Business and Technology Network, airs regularly via satellite to medical corporations and medical universities. Distribution via HSTN (Health & Science Television Network) brings the program to approximately 650 acute care centers one to two times per day, five times per week. In addition, the show is aired on the LTCN (Long Term Care Network), which delivers educational medical programming via satellite to approximately 750 long-term care facilities.
International television exposure is generated via ATV in Hong Kong twice per week in prime time to 1.9 million potential households. Thousands of International travelers view Health Journal Television on United Airlines North American, Pacific and European flights via main cabin and or in-seat multi channel viewing.
WBR’s Health Journal Television may also be viewed through the video on demand via Yahoo! Broadcast. at Broadcast.com’s Health and Fitness section as well as at the Healthjournaltv.com website. Additionally, WBR airs on local affiliates of major television networks (ABC, CBS and FOX) throughout the United States.
Health Journal Television is available on campus-wide television networks at the National Library of Medicine, Washington, DC area as well as at major universities such as the Baylor College of Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School, University of Texas Health and Science center plus many more distinguished schools of higher learning.
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