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MEDICAL BROADCAST FOR THE WEEK
The American Medical Association Morning Health Talks and Evening Health Hints from HygeiaThe American Medical Association broadcasts daily at 11: 15 o'clock in the morning, central daylight saving time, over Station WBBM (770 kilocycles, or 389.4 meters).The program for the week of July 1-6, will be as follows:July 1. "Diseases of Some Famous Characters of History," by Dr. James Nail.July 2. "Vacation Health Hints," by Dr. R. G. Leland.July 3. "Safety First for Babies," by Miss Mildred Whitcomb.July 5. "Medical News," by Dr. J. F. Hammond.July 6. "Vacations," by Miss Lois Stice.
July 1. "Diseases of Some Famous Characters of History," by Dr. James Nail.
July 2. "Vacation Health Hints," by Dr. R. G. Leland.
July 3. "Safety First for Babies," by Miss Mildred Whitcomb.
July 5. "Medical News," by Dr. J. F. Hammond.
July 6. "Vacations," by Miss Lois Stice.
Evening Health Hints from Hygeia, 8 o'Clock Central Daylight Saving Time
July 1. Epilepsy.July 2. Good Posture Important for Mind and Body.July 3. Avoiding Accidents from Gas.July 4. Heat Stroke or Sun Stroke.July 5. Graying of the Hair.July 6. Cleanliness More
July 1. Epilepsy.
July 2. Good Posture Important for Mind and Body.
July 3. Avoiding Accidents from Gas.
July 4. Heat Stroke or Sun Stroke.
July 5. Graying of the Hair.
July 6. Cleanliness More
Association News. JAMA. 1929;92(26):2175. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02700520027013
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