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October 27, 1928

Association News

JAMA. 1928;91(17):1293-1294. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700170057021

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Daily Health Talks Now Given from Association Headquarters  Daily radio health talks, delivered directly from the headquarters of the American Medical Association, have been made possible by an arrangement with Station WBBM, Chicago. WBBM broadcasts on a frequency of 770 kilocycles or 389.4 meters. A room on the fifth floor of the Association's headquarters has been converted into a studio, with microphone and control board. Each morning at 10 o'clock, Sundays and holidays excepted, some member of the headquarters staff presents a health talk which pertains particularly to his own department. The Association's programs are announced daily by Dr. R. G. Leland, assistant director of the Bureau of Health and Public Instruction, who introduces the speakers and closes the program with some remarks pertaining to the question and answer service of Hygeia and an announcement of the subject and speaker for the following day.The program

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