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December 19, 1936

Association News

JAMA. 1936;107(25):2055. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770510045015

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RADIO BROADCASTS  The American Medical Association and the National Broadcasting Company are presenting the second series of dramatized health broadcasts under the title Your Health. The first broadcast in the new series, the thirty-second dramatized cooperative broadcast under the title Your Health, was given October 13. The theme for 1936-1937 differs slightly from the topic in the first series, which was "medical emergencies and how they are met." The new series is built around the central idea that "100,000 American physicians in great cities and tiny villages, who are members of the American Medical Association and of county and state medical societies, stand ready, day and night, to serve American people in sickness and in health."The program will go out on the Blue network instead of on the Red network, as originally announced.The topics are announced monthly in advance in Hygeia, the Health Magazine, and three weeks in

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