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The Health Briefs TV Show Reports on Food Borne Illnesses

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.Nov. 14, 2015PRLog — The Health Briefs TV show will report on food borne illnesses. Roughly 48 million cases of food-related disease happen in the U.S. annually, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. Approximately 105,000 people are sent to the hospital with illnesses. Many of them occur at home accidently. However, restaurant outbreaks are fairly common also. Facts and tips to prevent food borne illnesses while dining at home and out will be presented in the informative segment, which will air on regional and national cable television networks throughout North America.

The Health Briefs TV show explores the emerging technologies, progressive treatments, revolutionary people, and innovative healthcare options that are all part of the global health industry. It explores topics relating to the health and medical fields and offers valuable information about the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of many common ailments. The show’s producers take pride in sharing up-to-date, valuable information about new procedures, prevention tips and outstanding businesses.  It also features interviews with innovative health and medical professionals in the industry.

The program is hosted by Kevin Harrington. It is headquartered in South Florida and films on location throughout the United States and Canada. It is broadcast on most regional and national cable television networks.  The show is a proud leader of quality, educational programming. It is produced in part by Anthony DiMeglio, Melissa Leibowitz, and Rob Marshall. Join the fans and the show’s staff on popular social sites to discuss and comment on stories of the day. Learn more about Health Briefs TV on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and health-briefs.com.

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