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Health WorldNet, Inc. Launches New Web Portal for Health & Medical Resources
Date:5/21/2008

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Health WorldNet, Inc. announces the launch of the most comprehensive health and medical resource to hit the Internet with the site HealthWorldNet.com (http://healthworldnet.com).

HealthWorldNet.com was developed as a web portal through which both consumers and medical professionals can access information never before presented in such an organized, logical and easy-to-use manner. "We aren't reinventing the wheel," said Denis Kollar, MD, Chairman of Health WorldNet, Inc. "We are just bringing a very unique product to the Internet market."

HealthWorldNet.com covers 11 major categories like no other site. These categories plus the other unique features of the site translate to almost 5,000 viewable pages with a data base of over 25,000 links. Not only does the site cover a wide range of health and medical diseases and conditions, but provides in-depth resources and information for:

-- Major food and drink products, news and information broken down by

specific industry

-- Sports, Fitness and Sports Medicine

-- Medical Tourism, Health and Medical Spas, Advisories and Trends

-- Personalized Health

-- Investing and Technology

-- Free Customized Online Health Journal "My HealthWorld"

-- Comprehensive resources for medical, nursing, dental and pharmacy

students

-- Public Health and Reform

-- Environmental Health

-- Opinions and Blogs

-- The largest listing on the Internet in one place for:

-- Medical and Health job sites and resources

-- Continuing Education resources

-- Charities and Fund Raising Events

-- Medical and Health Journals and Publications

-- Health and Medical Games

-- Entertainment/Media featuring podcasts, webcasts, and TV/radio shows

-- Drug searches and online sales resources

-- A video section divided into 11 categories featuring relevant videos

from YouTube

-- Extensive section on insurance, plans, companies and costs

"Health WorldNet.com presents targeted advertising opportunities for thousands of products and services as we cover a broad range of topics, issues and ideas," said Kollar. "Our site is very interactive, encouraging users to participate in a number of ways, including suggesting relevant links to add to our ever-expanding data base."

HealthWorldNet.com provides users the opportunity to research and learn about a number of health and medical related topics but is not a substitute for medical advice. For more information, visit http://healthworldnet.com.

About Health WorldNet, Inc.

Health WorldNet, Inc. was founded and is chaired and edited by Denis Kollar, MD, a board certified emergency physician practicing emergency medicine for over 30 years. Health WorldNet, Inc. is a registered California corporation. For inquiries regarding the corporation, e-mail contact@HealthWorldNet.com.

Contact:

Leslie Kollar

CEO, Health WorldNet, Inc.

contact@healthworldnet.com

714-658-4324

http://healthworldnet.com

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