a special program of the National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA)
 (back to topic)



Transcript #....Transcript Description

607(7).txt Aging strongly
607(6).txt New Alzheimer’s brain plaque

597(7).txt Iron & the elderly
595(7).txt Aging gene found 
Aging strongly 
584(7).txt New Alzheimer's brain plaque
538-5.txt Estrogen's promise verses Alzheimer's
536(4-5.txt Food and Water Safety for the Elderly
536-3.txt Vitamin D and the Elderly
529(4).txt Sodium Encourages Osteoporosis
526(4).txt Watching for Drug Interactions in the Elderly
526(2).txt Exercise and the Elderly
519(5).txt Problems of Senior Citizens and their Medications
512(4-5).txt Baltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging
509(1-5).txt Aging
496(1-4).txt Winter and the Elderly
483-1 to 483-5 Death and Dying
462-1 to 462-5 Retirement Communities
456-1 to 456-5 Osteoporosis I to V
455-5 85 and Healthy
442-4 to 442-5 Accidental Death
440-2 to 440-5 Living Will
360-5 Elderly in the 1990's
348-5 Retirement Industry - History & Change
348-4 Retirees Staying Home vs Moving to Sunbelt
348-3 Elderly Care
348-2 Charlestown II (changes come hard for the elderly)
348-1 Charlestown I (new life style)
342-3 Gerontology
336-5 Nursing Homes - Insurance Coverage
336-3 & 336-4 Evaluating Nursing Homes - Tips I & II
330-3 Longest Lived People On Earth
330-2 Extend Human Life Span - Experiment
330-1 Why We Age
328-5 Parents Death (How to prepare for it)
328-4 Parents Death (abusive parents don't affect)
328-3 Parents Death (women suffer more)
328-2 Parents Death (how it effects middle age children)
316-3 Can We Protect Our Choice To Die
316-2 Active/Passive Physician Assisted Suicide
316-1 Hemlock Society (what is it)
311-5 Brain Dead (Defined)
311-4 Baby Theresa case (what did we learn)
311-3 Brain Dead (medical definition)
303-2 Help To Avoid Osteoporosis
303-1 Help For Osteoporosis
298-4 Do Health Care Providers Listen to the Elderly
298-2 Benadryl (problems with Senior citizens)
294-5 ALZHEIMER'S V (nursing home programs)
294-4 ALZHEIMER'S IV (special challenges)
294-3 ALZHEIMER'S III (caring for)
294-2 ALZHEIMER'S II (genetic testing on mice)
294-1 ALZHEIMER'S I (symptoms)
285-5 Living Will (why we need one)
283-4 Sex (in the Elderly years)
283-3 Sleep Medication (dangers for the Elderly)
283-1 Life Span & Life Threatening (what is the difference)
251-2 ALZHEIMER'S Disease II (Causes & Treatment)
251-1 ALZHEIMER'S Disease (Symptoms)
248-3 Senior Citizen/Injuries
239-5 Osteoporosis & Electricity II
239-4 Osteoporosis & Electricity Treatments
231-5 Being A Widow
229-1 & 229-2 Drugs (over the counter) & The Elderly I and II
097-3 New Insights into ALZHEIMER'S
095-3 Should People With ALZHEIMER'S Be Allowed To Drive?
081-4 Do You Know What A Living Will Is?
080-5 A New Treatment For Medical Problems Of The Elderly
079-5 America's Elderly may be victim of Stereo Typing
077-4 New Knowledge About Aging From An Ongoing Study
074-5 Dealing With The Loss Of A Loved One
072-1 Pneumonia & Elderly
071-4 Incontinence
070-4 The Latest News About Incontinence
061-1 An Inside Look At Our Life Expectancy
059-3 How long Can We Live?
057-5 One Way To Live Longer
057-3 ALZHEIMER'S Support Groups
054-4 Major Problem For The Elderly
053-4 Drugs For The Elderly .. Are They Safe?
047-2 ALZHEIMER'S Disease
044-3 Old People's Memories
042-4 British Dr. Views about Hospice
042-3 Cutting Health care for the Elderly
025-1 A Disease Which Robs Your Memory & Your Mind
018-1 Unique Outreach Program For The Elderly
014-5 Incontinence
014-3 Are Seniors paying to much for Health Care

A 4 1/2 minute Health Information Radio Program created by NEMA airing daily on radio stations nationwide. To read the most recent transcripts choose the (TXT) extension. To receive copies of older transcripts call (410) 494-0300.Cassettes and transcripts are available for $4.50


Send mail to info@nemahealth.org with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright 1997 National Emergency Medicine Assoc., Inc.
Last modified: April 30, 2022


Send mail to info@nemahealth.org with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright 1997 National Emergency Medicine Assoc., Inc.
Last modified: January 05, 2022