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NHI launches database with Malaysian government.

* MALAYSIA: NHIOnDemand, a global provider of integrative information, announced today the launch of its five-year collaborative project with the Ministry of Health, Malaysia.

The new website, GlobInMed.com, featuring Natural Health Information (NHI) content and technology, was launched at this summer's International Conference on Traditional/Complementary Medicine and Materia Medica in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The GlobInMed project has exceeded the prototype model in that it already provides information from global sources in areas as international trade and manufacturing of botanical products used in the household and personal care industry.

NHI's new advanced health knowledge management technologies enabled the teams to bring together diverse content into a structured, centralized environment. NHI is the content and technology division of Ask Destiny Content Communications Group located in Harleysville, PA. More info: www.nhiondemand.com.

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Date:Sep 1, 2007
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