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HealthWorldNet.com Receives Three Excellence Awards
Date:10/30/2008

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Oct. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthWorldNet.com (http://healthworldnet.com) receives three Standard of Excellence awards from the Web Marketing Association in their annual recognition of outstanding web sites.

The awards were given for: Health Care Standard of Excellence, Medical Standard of Excellence, and Portal Standard of Excellence. "We are pleased to have received this recognition," said Leslie Kollar, CEO of Health WorldNet, Inc. "The site has only been live for six months but we are on the way to becoming the 'go-to' site for health and medical information as well as the alternative to the typical diseases and conditions web sites."

According to Kollar, the philosophy at HealthWorldNet.com is that people should have access to all the information they want or need on a subject: "We believe that everyone should have the information necessary in order to have control over their own healthcare."

HealthWorldNet.com is a broad-based site appealing to the healthcare consumer as well as the health investor, the healthcare professional and healthcare students. The site contains over 30,000 links to health- and medical-related web sites along with original content, multiple news feeds, games, videos, MyHealthWorld -- a free personal health journal -- and much more.

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, email contact@H
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