Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) January 18, 2014
Researchers across the United States and around the globe continuously work to solve health-related problems and make life easier for patients experiencing various ailments, diseases, illnesses and health conditions. Reports this week showed that researchers in Singapore have developed a device that can simulate tastes for patients, such as cancer patients, whose taste buds have become dulled. In another encouraging story, researchers and students at Stanford University in California have developed a very affordable device to help children overcome clubfoot, a condition that affects roughly one in every one thousand children. Called “Miraclefeet,” the product costs only $20.00. Producers for the In View series with Larry King, an upbeat and enlightening cable TV program that reaches viewers across the United States, announced earlier today that they hope to feature new innovations and advances in health care in numerous airings in 2014.
Producers for the educational In View series seek out positive and intriguing stories from across Canada and the U.S. The In View Larry King producer troupe, including associate producer Brian Cahill, associate producer Rachel Van Drake, senior associate producer Joel Walters, associate producer Diane Shandler, associate producer John Patrick and associate producer Courtney Lovejoy speaks with community leaders, business leaders nationwide, civic leaders, elected officials and other individuals to find out about examples of achievement, improvement, innovation and progress across society to spotlight on In View hosted by Larry King (855-446-8439).
Producers of the In View TV series (561-279-3550) such as associate producer David Kent, associate producer Karla Sullivan and associate producer Derrick Milhous search for noteworthy stories about medical facilities, universities, hospitals, medical professionals, corporations and small businesses to feature on the In View series hosted by Larry King.
Look for stories about medical advances, including cutting-edge medical treatments and medical devices, on the In View show throughout the year.