Bob Arnot

Chief Medical Correspondent, NBC

Dr. Bob Arnot, M.D., serves as Chief Education Officer of Larasan Pharmaceutical Corporation. Dr. Arnot provides valuable information to people on how they can reduce pain in their lives with Larasan’s products. He serves as an Outside Advisor at Partnership Capital Growth, LLC. Dr. Arnot serves Chief Educator and Wellness Officer of LTS Nutraceuticals, Inc. Dr. Arnot served as Chief Medical Educator of Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. Dr. Arnot is the official livethesource chief educator and wellness officer. Dr. Arnot served as Chief Knowledge Officer of Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. since 2009. His broadcast career has included stints as the Chief Medical Correspondent for NBC News, Chief Foreign Correspondent and Special Foreign Correspondent for MSNBC. His broadcast career has included: Foreign correspondent and chief medical correspondent for NBC News (including Dateline, The Today Show and the NBC Nightly News), chief foreign correspondent and special foreign correspondent for MSNBC News. He was health correspondent for CBS News (including CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning and CBS Morning News), NBC, Google Health, General Mills and WebMD. He began his medical career as the Founder and Chief of the Lake Placid Sports Medical Center, where he not only served as administrator, but also as the Physician from 1977 to 1980 U.S. Ski Team and the 1980 XIII Winter Olympic Games. Dr. Arnot served as Board of Directors for the US Ski Team. He was a NBC Chief Medical Editor. Dr. Arnot is also known as Dr. Danger from his highly successful reality series which chronicles his travels around the globe to places like South Africa, Syria, Botswana, Yemen and Afghanistan. He was Medical Director for National Emergency Services. He founded Operation Lifeline Iraq. Dr. Arnot serves as Member of Advisory Board - Media and Business of LifeMed Media, Inc. He serves as Member of Development & Advisory Board at Larasan Pharmaceutical Corporation. Dr. Arnot serves as a Member of Advisory Board of LTS Nutraceuticals, Inc. He served as a Member of the Advisory Board (Media) of Lifemed Media Inc. His broadcast accomplishments have earned him an Emmy Award, two Emmy nominations, the Overseas Press Club Award, the Dupont Award, and a recognition from Vanity Fair for “Best Embedded Reporter,“ Iraq Campaign. He was made an Honorary Blue Knight by the U.S. Marine Corps. He is a popular motivational speaker and frequent lecturer on a variety of medical issues. He is the author of over 13 books on healthcare and medicine. He is an author of eight books and is the voice of the dLife daily radio broadcast, the “dLife Diabetes Minute“. He has also been featured in national television specials on international health and humanitarian topics for Discovery Health, Discovery Military, PAX, the ABC Family Channel, BET, and FOX. Dr. Arnot is also a highly successful author, having published numerous books and articles and columns on health issues ranging from sports science and physical fitness to breast cancer, and securing medical treatment. Dr. Arnot has also been involved in numerous international medical and humanitarian organizations. Dr. Arnot is a renowned medical doctor, sportsman, an award winning television correspondent, and an international humanitarian. Dr. Arnot is a physician and international humanitarian figure with extensive experience in healthcare and news media. He served as a physician providing humanitarian relief in countries including; Somalia, Sudan, Rwanda, Armenia, Congo, Sierra Leone, Kosovo and Iraq. He is one of the most recognized figures in medical journalism. Dr. Arnot received a Bachelor of Medical Science degree from Dartmouth College in 1972 and received his Doctor of Medicine in 1974 and Master of Surgery from McGill University.