'This should be a pertinent series for viewers across America' - an In View series producer
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
America’s graying population likely faces many health problems in coming years if people do not make changes in their lifestyles and habits. A growing body of research indicates that inactive adults will face health challenges like heart disease, cancer, dementia and depression in their golden years at much higher rates than their physically-active counterparts. Fortunately, research also suggests that becoming physically active later in life can make a positive difference. With the goal of promoting healthy living, the production team of In View hosted by Larry King (561-279-3550), an educational TV program distributed to TV viewers across the country, announced today that they will begin work on a series dedicated to healthy living and healthy aging in older adults. The In View Larry King producer team, including associate producer Brian Cahill, associate producer Karla Sullivan, associate producer Derrick Milhous, associate producer John Patrick, associate producer Diane Shandler and senior associate producer Joel Walters, will develop content for the show that informs viewers about the benefits of healthy living and healthy lifestyles, as well as content about some of the diseases and health problems commonly faced by older Americans.
The In View TV series, which reaches tens of millions of TV households each month on cable outlets and online, features informative content about issues, trends, innovations and subjects that impact viewers, families and businesses nationwide. Producers of the In View series hosted by Larry King (855-446-8439) discover notable and intriguing stories about medical procedures, education innovations, environmental subjects, financial topics and much more. The In View series twice aired on the Discovery Channel this month. In View show producers like associate producer Judi Marcus, associate producer David Kent, associate producer Courtney Lovejoy, associate producer Seth Goldberger and associate producer Rachel Van Drake find fascinating stories of progress, achievement, advancement and innovation throughout the U.S. and Canada.