Bob Arnot

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Dr. Bob Arnot, M.D. internal medicine, is a journalist, author, former host of the Dr. Danger reality TV series, and previously medical and foreign correspondent for NBC and CBS.[1]

Books[edit]

  • The Aztec Diet, Harper Collins
  • The Best Medicine, Addison Wesley
  • The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet, Little Brown
  • Turning Back the Clock, Little Brown
  • Revolutionary Weight Control, Little Brown
  • The Prostate Cancer Prevention Plan, Little Brown
  • The Biology of Success, Little Brown
  • The Breast Health Cookbook, Little Brown
  • Beating Wear and Tear, Simon & Schuster
  • How to Prevent a Heart Attack, Simon & Schuster
  • Sport Selection with Charles Gaines, Viking
  • Your Survival, Hatherleigh
  • The Coffee Lover's Diet, Harper Collins

Television[edit]

Columnist and writer[edit]

Humanitarian aid[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hagan, Joe (February 16, 2004). "Dr. Bob Arnot's Parting Shot". Observer. Retrieved 12 January 2019.

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