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April 7, 1945

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JAMA. 1945;127(14):923-924. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860140041011

MORE LIFE FOR YOU  On page 930 of this issue of The Journal will be found an announcement of a new series of electrically transcribed radio programs made available on loan for use by local medical societies or by local public health agencies when approved by the local medical societies. "More Life for You in the Best Years of Your Life" is the theme and title of these programs, in which twenty-three prominent specialists are interviewed on health problems facing adults. These transcriptions added to other series, Dodging Contagious Diseases, Before the Doctor Comes, Medicine Serves America, Live and Like It, and a special series for elementary school use entitled Health Heroes, represent the development of an extensive coverage of the health field planned by the Bureau of Health Education under authorization of the Trustees of the American Medical Association. In addition to the series now available, which constitutes sixty-three