Englewood Cliffs, NJ (PRWEB) October 11, 2008
HealthVideo.com has launched two new videos for health information seekers online. They include:
- Kids and Caffeine: How much do you know about the impact of caffeine when it comes to children? Dr. Bruce Dan addresses the medical mysteries and discusses the latest case study featured in the Journal of Pediatrics. The study addresses the case of a seven year old boy who was suffering from nervous ticks. After ruling out turrets and other medical conditions, they found that having 2-4 soft drinks and chocolate, which both contain caffeine was the culprit.
- "A Taste of Health" Potato Salad: Join Graharm Kerr as he brings an innovative way to make a refreshing and light potato salad. Rather than using a heavy and unhealthy mayonnaise he uses yogurt in his potato salad which brings a much needed update to this classic dish.
About NBC Digital Health Network:
The NBC Digital Health Network is a new business created under the NBC Universal Digital Media group focused on the multi-platform distribution of premium health video reaching millions of consumers. Utilizing the robust original, condition specific and healthy living videos created weekly across the business, the NBC Digital Health Network enables increased patient education by providing its distribution partners and its direct-to-consumer web portal, HealthVideo.com, with the content they need to create an informative viewing experience for the millions of users looking for health information online, out-of-home and on their mobile phones. The Network also includes The Patient Channel, founded in 2002, which provides credible and trusted television programming information in patient rooms to patients and their families in over 1,600 hospitals across the country; and The Newborn Channel, founded in 1992, which produces baby care and postpartum programming for new parents in over 1,000 hospitals nationwide. Multiplatform distribution partners include YourTotalHealth.com, Healthline Networks, RightHealth, Wellness Wireless and National Cable Communications (NCC) Spot Cable.
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