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NORWALK, Conn. (Jan. 21, 2014) – A new video product exploring a cross section of ways to improve lifestyle and well-being launches today from HealthDay, the nation's leading health news service.

From choosing the right knives for your kitchen, the right life partner or choosing the right exercise, HealthDay Living offers practical and expert advice on improving your lifestyle.

Hosted by nutritionists, physical therapists, relationship experts and others, the 60-second to 80-second videos will provide practical advice and suggestions on how to implement positive changes in consumers' lifestyles.

HealthDay Living's weekly lineup is:

  • Monday. These videos will focus on diet, including creating a lifelong eating plan for permanent weight loss and tips and tricks to use every day.
  • Tuesday. Experts will explore healthy cooking such as streamlined favorites with easy-to-follow recipes, seasonal foods and cooking techniques.
  • Wednesday. Topics will focus on exercise, including activities for weight loss, muscle toning, heart health and overall well-being.
  • Thursday. Practical health news and strategies will be explored from advice on diabetes to heart issues.
  • Friday. Lifestyle topics will include research-based ideas for better relationships and getting more out of life for singles, couples and families.

"We recognize that web video content is exploding, particularly as consumers watch videos over multiple devices. We created HealthDay Living to meet the needs of our existing customers and also meet the growing demand for daily lifestyle content in a quick and friendly video format," said George Giokas, HealthDay Chairman and Executive Editor, Custom Content.

HealthDay Living videos will be syndicated to hospital websites, Internet health portals, and for display on monitors in physician offices, pharmacies, and corporate Intranets. Dan McKillen, HealthDay's CEO said, "There's a growing awareness that people need to focus more on wellness and healthy lifestyles. HealthDay Living videos will encourage viewers to make daily subtle changes that will lead to healthier lifestyles. We believe the timing for this service is right based on the input we've received from our customers during the product development phase."

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About HealthDay

HealthDay is a leading producer and syndicator of evidence-based health news for consumers and physicians, and is one of the largest health news syndicators to Internet sites. Its daily consumer health news service,, appears on more than 5,000 websites such as Everyday Health, MSN Health,, WebMD and government websites such as and MedlinePlus. A daily video version of the top health news story of the day is featured on HealthDay TV, a 60-second daily news broadcast appearing on several major media and U.S. government websites.

HealthDay also produces Physician's Briefing, a daily news service for physicians and other medical professionals. This service is licensed to hospitals, managed care organizations, media companies and point of care providers.

HealthDay's custom content division produces specialized content for a variety of audiences and works with some of the larger health portals in the United States.

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