Global Health Network Launches 13-Part Series On Arthritis

June 29, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Starting in September millions of Arthritis sufferers will learn how to better live with Arthritis. Global Health Network announced today their completion of pre-production on perhaps the most comprehensive series ever produced on the chronic and debilitating effects of Arthritis.

With over 70 million people who suffer from some type of Arthritis, Global Health Network will explore every aspect of the disease including its conditions, treatments, medical breakthroughs and lifestyle issues. People will learn how to help mitigate their pain and even learn about products that make living with Arthritis easier.

Hosted by renowned medical correspondent Dr. Bob Arnot, GHN has tapped world-class institutions such as Mayo Clinic, Cedars Sinai and the Arthritis Research Institute of America to provide key thought leaders and physicians to educate and discuss the latest information available on the disease, its conditions and treatment options people may consider.

“We wanted to produce a series that teaches people who are Living With Arthritis how to have less pain and enjoy life to the fullest” says Executive Producer and Founder of Global Health Network Lew Pincus.

This 13-part series is scheduled to start airing nationwide in over 93 million households on PAX Television also known as the “I” network. However, if you miss it on television you can watch all of GHN’s programs on its On-Demand Web Channel at

With a “baby boomer” turning 50 every 7 seconds, the Global Health Network promises to keep viewers informed on the latest medical treatments. Global Health Network promises to become the most reliable one-stop source for health and medical news, education and information. Global Health Network’s goal is to help patients stay healthier and live longer by empowering them with the best information and to assist scientists and medical professionals in a faster exchange of information. The end result is a global health distribution channel that can be viewed on-line, on-television, on-demand, over IP, on your PDA, or kiosk, anywhere, anytime. The end result is a Global Health Network distribution channel that leverages all the dynamic platforms available today.

GHN currently produces and distributes its own programming across a wide platform including traditional television, its on-demand web channel, pod-casts and video-casts for PDA devices and even video blogs for knowledge exchange sessions. “With the convergence of the computer and television becoming one device very soon, our programs will be accessible to millions of viewers world-wide, 24/7, through our On-Demand Web Channel” says GHN VP of Operations Eileen Dees.

To find out how your organization can participate in GHN programs or to receive more information about Global Health Network - visit us at or call our news desk at 1-888-888-4006. Global Health Network is a wholly owned subsidiary of Avanti Visual Communications with studios located in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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