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September 13, 1930

Association News

JAMA. 1930;95(11):802. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720110038016

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American Medical Association Health Talks  The American Medical Association broadcasts at 10 a. m. on Monday, Tuesday and Saturday over Station WBBM (770 kilocycles, or 389.4 meters).The program for the week is as follows:September 15. A Doctor Looks at Cleanliness and Health.September 16. The Doubting Folly.September 20. Sleeplessness.Five Minute Health Talks may be heard over the Columbia Broadcasting System daily from 1 to 1: 05 p. m., daylight saving time.The program for the week is as follows:September 15. Sneezes Are Seldom Above Suspicion.September 16. Clean Classrooms.September 17. Health Hazards of Heart Disease.September 18. Shattering That Shingles Superstition.September 19. Mouth Cancer and Radium.September 20. Resuscitating the Dead.

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