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Empowering you and our planet's health on issues that matter

The world of health and medicine is vast. Covering it has been a challenge...until now.

First the Internet, now Healthworldnet...an innovative award winning media company. Not simply 'news and conditions', HealthWorldNet empowers people by providing the world's most organized and targeted resource on global healthcare including current and entertaining original content and is the destination for a broad based audience including people with medical issues, those who simply want to stay healthy as well as anyone involved in the business of health including the health care industry, professionals, students and investors.

You may never have to 'google' again on issues that matter. And we don’t just talk about changing the way health and medical content is delivered on the Internet, we are.

Health Entertainment Network is an evolving network that conveys important health content through the use of both videos and images. When you GOOGLE 'health entertainment', a new paradigm in healthcare, we are Page One. Our current projects include Novateurs, an upcoming web series featuring innovative and exciting companies and people that are helping to create a healthier world and the creation of a medical sci-fi TV series Yggdrasil geared towards millennials, Generation Z and their parents.

WHERE'S YOUR PADLOC? is our global campaign making people aware of their nearest Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) location along with increasing PADs accessible on a 24-7 basis. Our goal is to double the survival rate of sudden cardiac arrest by 2020. Additionally we are pursuing the development of a one day International Women's Health conference using our original It's Your Call health reports.

Who says you can't learn and be entertained at the same time? HealthWorldNet.com - Informed People, Healthier World

earth photos by Bruce Irvine and Reto Stöckli, "jobs" photo courtesy U.S. Navy, "stay healthy" photo by Jasmine Kaloudis

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