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Online video network HealthiNation has raised $7.5 million in a second round of funding led by *Intel Capital* and existing backer MK Capita…

Online video network HealthiNation has raised $7.5 million in a second round of funding led by *Intel Capital* and existing backer MK Capital. The New York-based company plans to use the proceeds for general expansion plans, CEO Raj Amin told paidContent. The company secured a first round of $4.2 million in September 2006, he added.

The funding comes as HealthiNation has laid the groundwork for a handful of new partnerships it’s announcing in conjunction with its new investment. The company has struck deals to run its videos — which cover roughly three dozen areas including sleep apnea, diabetes and cholesterol — on the online properties belonging to newspaper publisher *Lee Enterprises* and Parade magazine, as well as About.com’s UCompareHealthcare.com, women’s health site Lifescript.com and self-help focused Guideposts Magazine. Two-year-old HealthiNation has existing deals with *Yahoo* and *Answers.com*, and it also runs a VOD channel on the *Comcast*, *Verizon*, Cox and *Charter* systems.

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