National Emergency Medicine Assoc. (NEMA)

 




  

"THE HEART OF THE MATTER"
a special program of the
National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA)

"HOM" is the Nation's longest running daily health information program series. It won the International Radio Festival of New York's Gold Medal Award for outstanding health information programming. If you would like to hear "HOM" on your local Radio Station, please contact: Steve Girard (E-mail - sg7girard@aol.com) or call him at (410) 296-7133

Below is an alphabetical list of the subject covered by "The Heart of the Matter". Just choose your subject of interest and a list of all the Radio Programs we have ever produced concerning that subject will be displayed. Once you find the transcript you are interested in - click (TXT) again and the Actual Transcript will be displayed.

To hear our most recent programs on Real Audio

ADDICTIONS Our newest format - a 90 second version covering various topics
AIDS / HIV HEALTH ISSUES FOR MEN ONLY
ANESTHESIA MODERN MEDICAL PROCEDURES
ASTHMA / ALLERGIES TAKE YOUR MEDICINE
ATHLETICS / EXERCISE / SPORTS MENTAL HEALTH
BONE / TISSUE IS THIS YOUR ISSUE? MISCELLANEOUS HEALTH TOPICS
ISSUES ON BLOOD CURRENT NEWS & NOTES
BRAIN / HEAD INJURY ISSUES NURSING IN AMERICA
CANCER NUTRITION/Vitamins/HERBS/Diets
ISSUES AFFECTING OUR CHILDREN ** ARE YOU IN PAIN?
CHRONIC FATIGUE WHAT ABOUT YOUR PET'S HEALTH ?
THE COMMON COLD / FLU GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PHYSICIANS
DISEASES THAT AFFECT US SENSES -EYES, EARS, NOSE, THROAT
EMERGENCY MEDICINE** SLEEP - ARE YOU GETTING YOURS?
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES SOCIAL ISSUES THAT AFFECT US ALL
THE GOLDEN YEARS (SENIORS)** ARE YOU ALL STRESSED OUT ?
WAYS TO HEALING STROKE **
OUR NATION'S HEALTH CARE TERMINAL ILLNESS
ISSUES OF THE HEART ** TRAUMA
OTHER INTERNAL ORGANS ISSUES AFFECTING WOMEN ONLY**

***A word of advice***

The transcripts of "Heart of the Matter" are provided for discussion purposes only. The interviewers come from a variety of medical fields and other fields of study. The opinions they express have not been verified by NEMA and are not intended as medical advice. NEMA may disagree with certain opinions they express. The growth of knowledge in the medical field changes rapidly. Some of the opinions and information provided on these transcripts may be out of date or subject to debate as to accuracy. Neither the National Emergency Medicine Association, nor its special program "Heart of the Matter", is engaged in providing medical or healthcare services or advice. Please consult your own physician regarding any conditions, symptoms, side effects, diseases, diagnosis, and treatments. We recommend regular check-ups.

** See our Programs Page or Table of Contents page for more information on these topics

 

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