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The American Medical Association and the National Broadcasting Company present the fifth series of network health programs, beginning Oct. 13, 1937, and running weekly through June 15, 1938. The programs will be presented over the Red network each Wednesday at 2 p. m. eastern standard time, 1 p. m. central standard time, 12 o'clock noon mountain standard time and 11 a. m. Pacific standard time.The dates and topics of the broadcasts for the coming month are as follows:
December 29—Dietary Fads: facts vs. fallacies in relation to prevalent false notions on diet.
January 5—Sneezes and Sniffles: cause, spread, prevention of colds, pneumonia and influenza; importance of early medical care.January 12—Scarlet Fever, Measles and Whooping Cough: modern attitudes toward these diseases; their prevention by community cooperation.January 19—Smallpox and Diphtheria: unnecessary diseases; preventable by immunization of infants.The stations on the Red network are
Association News. JAMA. 1937;109(26):2145. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780520035013