VH004526
Title Number: VH 004526 "CLOSE TO HOME" ELDER ABUSE: INTERVENTION STRATEGIES (TF 18)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: PR
This video illustrates how to understand, assess, andintervene in elder abuse cases. The program emphasizescounseling techniques which have been found effective whenworking with mentally competent victims of elder abuse byfamily members. Training manual included.

VH000793
Title Number: VH 000793 14TH PLACE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: S
This video encourages young people to stay in school, tokeep trying under adverse circumstances, to be sexually andemotionally responsible, and to "think of the future."

VH004053
Title Number: VH 004053 4 II DO: KIDS GETTING INVOLVED
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CORONET/MTI FILM Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
Four volunteer groups profiled in this video focus on the"other things that teenagers are doing" by becoming involvedin programs that strengthen their senses of responsibilityand self-worth, instead of being involved in drug use andstreet crimes.

VH000071
Title Number: VH 000071 60 PLUS AGING WELL: JIVE AND JAZZ
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
An exercise video specifically designed for older adults.First 20 minutes is stretching, balancing and toningmovements with the last 10 minutes of upbeat line dancingroutines.

VH000072
Title Number: VH 000072 60 PLUS AGING WELL: REACH AND SHIMMY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
An exercise video specifically designed for older adults.First 20 minutes is stretching, balancing and toningmovements with the last 10 minutes of upbeat line dancingroutines.

VH000070
Title Number: VH 000070 60 PLUS AGING WELL: STRETCH AND SWAY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
An exercise video specifically designed for older adults.First 20 minutes is stretching, balancing and toningmovements with the last 10 minutes of upbeat line dancingroutines.

VH004455
Title Number: VH 004455 A CRASH COURSE ON CALCIUM
Production Year: 1998 Producer: NICHD Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: E S
This video follows three teens as they conduct aninvestigative report on teen's calcium and bone health. Theprogram features profiles of real teens and Olympic goldmedalist Amy Van Dyken.

VH004715
Title Number: VH 004715 A FAMILY DECISION (TF 136)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: A
This video explores the emotional difficulties of placing anelderly family member in a nursing home. Family membersdiscuss their experiences and feelings and what brought themto their decision.

VH004697
Title Number: VH 004697 A GIFT FROM MRS. TIMM (TF 27)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is aimed at nursing home and hospital employees.The video explores how considerate treatment of coworkers,residents and their families, and other clients can pay offin unexpected ways.

VH004716
Title Number: VH 004716 A GUIDE TO NURSING HOMES (TF 167)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A
This video gives information on choosing a long term carefacility. The program describes the different levels ofcare, sources of payment, what qualities to look for, andgives suggestions on what questions to ask when consideringa nursing home.

VH004624
Title Number: VH 004624 A POSITIVE JOURNEY (TF 62)
Production Year: 1993 Producer: DSS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A
This video discusses the different types of arthritis andthe management of arthritis.

VH004578
Title Number: VH 004578 A PRESCRIPTION FOR CAREGIVERS: TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF (TF 107)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video, Wendy Lustbader, MSW, addresses a group ofcaregivers. She discusses the thoughts and feelings of thosebeing taken care of and the viewpoints of caregivers. Shealso discusses some of the worst things a caregiver can doin managing responsibilities and stress.

VH004523
Title Number: VH 004523 A SONG AT TWILIGHT - QUALITY OF LIFE AND PREVENTION OF ABUSE IN LONG TERM CARE (TF 41)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is aimed at prospective residents and theirfamilies concerned about the quality of life in long termcare facilities and the prevention of neglect and abuse. Astudy guide is included.

VH004717
Title Number: VH 004717 A SURVEYORS' STUDY GUIDE TO ANTIPSYCHOTIC DRUG USE IN NURSING HOMES (TF 200)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: DH
This video gives a basic understanding of antipsychoticdrugs as they pertain to the care of the elderly, andexplains how to assess the use of these drugs in nursinghomes. This program was created by the Department of Healthand Human Services, Health Care Financing Administration, asa guide for state agencies and federal surveyors. Studyguide included.

VH004770
Title Number: VH 004770 A TIME FOR CARING (TF 209)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video discusses hospital issued notices of non-coverageand explains how a patient can exercise their right to areview of notice of non-coverage.

VH000134
Title Number: VH 000134 A TUNE FOR TIPPY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Altschul Group Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: N P
In this video a puppy named Tippy learns from the schoolnurse about the effects of alcohol on the body. She explainsthat alcohol is a powerful drug that children should neverdrink.

VH004579
Title Number: VH 004579 ABBY'S STORY (TF 60)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video focuses on three critical areas in Geriatric careincluding: acute care, discharge planning, andrehabilitation.

VH003507
Title Number: VH 003507 ABC'S OF CHILDREN'S NUTRITION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Turner Education Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video examines a child's behavior, the development ofphysically fit kids, and takes a look at quick, easy ways toensure a balanced diet for children during their growingyears emphasizing good diet and proper exercise.

VH000800
Title Number: VH 000800 ABC'S OF CLEAN
Production Year: 1990 Producer: SDA Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: A PR
A hand washing and cleanliness teacher's guide and video forearly childhood programs in the prevention of the spread ofinfectious disease among children in group settings.

VH003830
Title Number: VH 003830 ABOUT LOVE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 55 min. Audience Level: A
This video portrays the life of a young Asian American womanas she struggles to break away from the cycle of violence inan abusive marriage. This drama raises many key issues thatbattered women face.

VH003551
Title Number: VH 003551 ABOUT YOUR BODY (PARTS I & II)
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Churchill Films Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: E
A boy's visit to the doctor for a physical checkup is thevehicle for discussion of selected important body systems:skeletal, muscular, skin, nervous, respiratory, digestiveand circulatory. This program explains the anatomy andfunction of these systems.

VH000898
Title Number: VH 000898 ACHIEVING BALANCE: HOW TO HANDLE THE STRESS OF WORK AND FAMILY LIFE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A
This program explains how to handle the stress of work andfamily life by making better, informed decisions forjuggling the routine and conflicting demands of work andfamily.

VH004698
Title Number: VH 004698 ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE (TF 169)
Production Year: 1987 Producer: DSS Running Time: 90 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents Lou Heckle who speaks to Audiences aboutgoals to achieve excellence in their business and career.

VH003685
Title Number: VH 003685 ACOA: EMOTIONAL HEALING (PT 1) IT WAS THAT BAD
Production Year: 1992 Producer: WHALLEY Running Time: 44 min. Audience Level: J A
This video identifies many painful issues that AdultChildren Of Alcoholic's (ACOA) must confront and discussesthe various forms their emotional injuries can take.

VH003686
Title Number: VH 003686 ACOA: EMOTIONAL HEALING (PT 2) FINDING EMOTIONAL SOBRIETY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: WHALLEY Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: J A
In part II, Terry and the ACOA's (Adult Children ofAlcholoic's) group, actually go through the beginningprocess of working towards emotional sobriety.

VH003955
Title Number: VH 003955 ACQUAINTANCE RAPE: THE BROKEN TRUST
Production Year: 1993 Producer: INTERMEDIA INC Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J S
This video addresses the most common form of sexual assault:rape by a friend. This program covers many myths surroundingthis form of sexual assault and gives advice on issues suchas confronting the rapist and reducing the risks of assault.

VH000592
Title Number: VH 000592 ACTING ON YOUR VALUES
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Live Wire Video Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J PR
Michael Pritchard, a Juvenile Probation Officer turnedStand-Up Comic, stimulates young people to think criticallyabout their behaviors and beliefs. The program reveals howliving by our values gives us power over our lives.

VH003892
Title Number: VH 003892 ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: SPRINGHOUSE CORP Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video will provide the knowledge needed to effectivelytreat patients at risk for acute respiratory failure throughearly detection of impending crisis, in recognizing signsand symptoms, to ensure early intervention as a life savingtechnique.

VH003807
Title Number: VH 003807 AD LIBBING IT
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: J A
An irreverent look at how advertisers try to hook youngpeople on cigarettes and alcohol. This humorous programexposes these advertising practices and shows viewers howthey are being manipulated.

VH004297
Title Number: VH 004297 ADOLESCENCE AND THE FUTURE
Production Year: 1999 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
This video examines the life of an adolescent child withFetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), demonstrating what he and hisfamily experience when he is integrated into age appropriateclasses, during part of his school day, with children hisown age who don't have FAS.

VH004160
Title Number: VH 004160 ADSMARTS: A MEDIA LITERACY CURRICULUM
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CORVISION Running Time: min. Audience Level: E J
This video includes five teaching modules, each matched withan accompanying video. It's aim is to develop action skillsin young people to help them expose, alter, and counteractthe messages of alcohol and tobacco advertising. Studentsare asked to voice their opinion.

VH000085
Title Number: VH 000085 ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Barr Films Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: J A
This video focuses on the psychological and emotionalproblems confronted by adults who grew up under an alcoholicparent. This docu-drama offers character sketches thatdescribe their childhood trauma. In addition, the filmsuggests resources for help and counseling.

VH004626
Title Number: VH 004626 ADULTS AND CHILDREN TOGETHER (ACT) (TF 152)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video introduces a volunteer program that originated inthe University City School District using senior citizenvolunteers with first grade students.

VH003515
Title Number: VH 003515 ADVANCED AIRWAY MANAGEMENT
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: PR
Nationally recognized Ron Stewart M.D., F.A.C.E.P., reviewsadvanced airway procedures in the Emergency and OperatingRoom, and on cadavers.

VH003523
Title Number: VH 003523 ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS
Production Year: 1989 Producer: VTR Running Time: 33 min. Audience Level: PR
This video analyzes the emotional aspect of the emergencycrises scene. The program outlines ways to conductevaluation and treatment on these special calls and teachesthe communication skills needed when dealing with a sexuallyassaulted victim, a blind or deaf victim, and an elderlyvictim.

VH004011
Title Number: VH 004011 ADVANCED SHOCK MANAGEMENT: STREET MEDICINE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: BUREAU OF EMS Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents information on the treatment of the mostcommon form of shock....hypovolemic. The program features IVtherapy, high volume fluid replacement, large bore infusioncatheters, and common EKG rhythms.

VH003726
Title Number: VH 003726 ADVENTURES OF R. F. ANT: STIMULANT DRUGS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: INTERMEDIA Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: E
This animated video teaches young children the dangers ofdrugs such as nicotine, amphetamines, and other stimulants.The video demonstrates the effects of drugs on the user andteaches them to avoid drugs through making the rightchoices.

VH000754
Title Number: VH 000754 AFRAID TO EAT: NUTRITION AND EATING DISORDERS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Karol Video Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: S A
This program uses interviews with student athletes, coachesand medical personnel to define anorexia and bulimia. Thevideo provides information about incident rates and alsocovers the characteristics and warning signs.

VH003497
Title Number: VH 003497 AFTER CHILDBIRTH: POSTPARTUM EXPERIENCE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Altschul Group Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: S A
This video covers the six week postpartum period thatfollows the birth of a child. The program explains theemotional adjustments and the physical changes that occur inthe mother's body.

VH003863
Title Number: VH 003863 AGAINST HER WILL: RAPE ON CAMPUS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MTI Running Time: 46 min. Audience Level: S A
Hosted by Kelly McGillis,this video discusses the manyfacets of date rape including what it is, who it affects,and what measures colleges and students must take forprevention.

VH004608
Title Number: VH 004608 AGING IS A SHARED EXPERIENCE (TF 19)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explores the demand for services for olderAmericans with disabilities. The program discussesamendments to expand the Older Americans' Act in regard toolder adults with developmental disabilities.

VH003431
Title Number: VH 003431 AIDS AND THE HEALTH CARE WORKER
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides information on how AIDS is spread andwho is at risk. The program explains that basic infectioncontrol precautions can virtually eliminate the risk of AIDSspreading to health care workers.

VH000009
Title Number: VH 000009 AIDS THE MOVIE
Production Year: 1987 Producer: New Day Films Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: S A
David Brumbach speaks to teens on the importance of beingaware of AIDS and how it is prevented. Persons who have AIDSdiscuss how the disease has affected their lives.

VH000030
Title Number: VH 000030 AIDS: PREVENTING INFECTION
Production Year: 1988 Producer: VIDEO PRESS Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents practical measures on how to avoidexposure to HIV and the necessary steps which must be takento prevent infection. Guidelines are detailed using actualexamples of common accidental exposures to potentiallyinfected body fluids.

VH004389
Title Number: VH 004389 AIDS: WILL YOU RISK IT?
Production Year: 1996 Producer: PARTNERSHIP PROD Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: S A
This HIV/AIDS educational video demonstrates the reality ofHIV infection in the Midwest explaining that everyone is atpotential risk for HIV through links between addictions,compulsions, and sexual behavior.

VH001956
Title Number: VH 001956 AIR BAGS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: ACFTS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a program for rescue personnel that discusses howthe air bag is deployed, the structure of the air bag, wherethe air bags are located, proper rescue steps, andprecautionary measures to be taken when the air bag hasfailed to deploy.

VH004828
Title Number: VH 004828 AIRBAGS: TODAY AND TOMORROW
Production Year: 2002 Producer: NHTSA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P A
This 15-minute educational video appeals to all ages as itfollows a family on a virtual reality ride about airbags atan amusement park. The family learns about airbag contactinjuries and why it is so important for adults, children andinfants to be properly positioned and restrained with safetybelts.

VH000924
Title Number: VH 000924 ALASKA KIDS NEWS NETWORK
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: E S
Preteen students are interviewed by the Alaska Kids NewsNetwork at a video game room, gymnasium, and work site. Theyoffer reasons for saying "NO" to smokeless tobacco anddiscuss the effects smokeless tobacco has on the body.

VH000336
Title Number: VH 000336 ALCOHOL AND DRUGS: MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J
In this video students learn how to prepare for decisionsregarding drugs and alcohol, how to handle peer pressure,and what the consequences could be in making the decision touse drugs or alcohol. There is also discussion on thedamaging effects of drugs and alcohol on the body.

VS 003820
Title Number: VS 003820 ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: PRIDE INC Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: S A
This program discusses the effects of alcohol and otherdrugs on the driving task and gives explanations of thephysiological aspects plus the short and long term effectsof alcohol and other drugs. (Spanish/English guide included)

VH003827
Title Number: VH 003827 ALCOHOL AND PREGNANCY: FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME AND FETAL ALCOHOL EFFECTS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
This video introduces future parents to the dangers ofalcohol consumption during pregnancy and educates them onthe topic of Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE). (Also available inSpanish)

VS 004302
Title Number: VS 004302 ALCOHOL AND PREGNANCY: FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME AND FETAL ALCOHOL EFFECTS (spanish)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
This video introduces future parents to the dangers ofalcohol consumption during pregnancy and educates them onthe topic of Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE).

VH003870
Title Number: VH 003870 ALCOHOL AND YOUR BODY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: KINETIC INC Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: S A
This program takes a serious look at gender specific issuesrelative to women and alcohol and discusses the effects ofalcohol on the woman's body.

VH004718
Title Number: VH 004718 ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND SENIORS: TARNISHED DREAMS (TF 257)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video illustrates how overuse of alcohol and drugs byseniors makes it difficult to cope effectively with everydaystress, increases the risk of accidents and illness, andshortens life expectancy by as much as fifteen years. Theseven major warning signs of addiction are shown.

VH000079
Title Number: VH 000079 ALL BOTTLED UP
Production Year: 1983 Producer: Aims Media Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: E S
This animated video describes what it is like to be a childof an alcoholic, the effects of abuse on the child, and itgives children methods of coping with the emotional traumaof having an alcoholic parent.

VH000080
Title Number: VH 000080 ALL THE KIDS DO IT
Production Year: 1985 Producer: PYRAMID Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S J
This video dramatizes the dangers of drinking and drivingfrom the teen point of view. Directed by Henry Winkler andstarring Scott Baio as a high school student whose Olympichopes of becoming a champion diver are shattered by a drunkdriver. (Recommended for Junior High and High Schoolstudents)

VH003636
Title Number: VH 003636 ALL WOMEN HAVE PERIODS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: E A
This video is designed for the developmentally disabledgirl. The program explains menstrual hygiene in clear termsthat can be easily understood to help prepare formenstruation.

VH000145
Title Number: VH 000145 ALLERGY? ALLER-CHOO!!
Production Year: 1981 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K P
Spinner, a puppet character, has an allergy. Information isprovided on allergies, the reactions, tests, and medicationsused to help relieve allergies.

VH004549
Title Number: VH 004549 ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE: A MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVE (TF 175)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 34 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is based on a two year study of four familiesfrom different ethnic backgrounds and their personalconcerns in caring for an elder family member afflicted withAlzheimer's. The program looks at different culturalperspectives and beliefs.

VH001168
Title Number: VH 001168 ALZHEIMERS: PREHOSPITAL MANAGEMENT
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides EMTs and Paramedics the needed skills indifficult situations with dementia patients. (Learning guideprovided)

VH004491
Title Number: VH 004491 AMAZING TALENTS OF THE NEWBORN
Production Year: 1998 Producer: JOHNSON&JOHNSON Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
This video enhances appreciation for the abilities of thenewborn and broadens understanding of the newborn'sdevelopmental needs.

VH003791
Title Number: VH 003791 AMERICAN EYES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: MEDIA GUILD Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
The viewers share the problem of racial prejudice firsthandand the dilemma it creates. Issues are of self-esteem andcultural identity. This program teaches understanding andacceptance of America's ever-growing ethnic heritage.

VH000853
Title Number: VH 000853 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PREGNANCY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Altschul Group Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: S A
The reproductive organs and the pregnancy process, fromconception through the onset of labor, are shown. (ALSOAVAILABLE IN SPANISH)

VS 003562
Title Number: VS 003562 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PREGNANCY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Altschul Group Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: S A
The reproductive organs and the pregnancy process, fromconception through the onset of labor, are shown. (SPANISH)

VH004490
Title Number: VH 004490 ANATOMY OF A HERO
Production Year: 1995 Producer: MCHD Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: E J
This video offers valuable information on nutrients found infoods from the food pyramid. The program explains what foodseach nutrient is found in and illustrates why we need eachnutrient.

VH004188
Title Number: VH 004188 ANATOMY OF A MALPRACTICE TRIAL
Production Year: 1988 Producer: MO DOH Running Time: 90 min. Audience Level: PR
(1980's) This video contains a presentation by a lawyer fornurses about testifying in court during a suit ofmalpractice. Also contains information about depositions.

VH001923
Title Number: VH 001923 ANONYMOUS HERO
Production Year: 1983 Producer: Running Time: 33 min. Audience Level: PR
ANONYMOUS HERO uses re-enactments of actual emergency callsreceived by 911 operators to teach dispatchers how toquestion callers to obtain the most useful information andhow to control the hysterical caller with repetitivepersistence. Instruction is given on key points.

VH003670
Title Number: VH 003670 ANOTHER CHANCE TO CHANGE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S
This video presents a sequel to "Choices and Consequences"documenting a teenager's struggle with relapse and recovery.The video discusses the need to achieve developmental goalsand tasks, and points out how chemical dependency preventssatisfactory achievement of these goals and tasks.

VH004387
Title Number: VH 004387 ANSWERS AREN'T IN SILENCE, THE
Production Year: 1996 Producer: PARTNERSHIP PROD Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J A
In this HIV/AIDS educational video teens are encouraged topractice sexual responsibility by resisting peer pressure tohave sex. The program also encourages parents and othercaretaking adults to discuss sexuality and the risk of HIVtransmission with their children.

VH004581
Title Number: VH 004581 ANTHRAX: WHAT EVERY CLINICIAN SHOULD KNOW (TF 278)
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a CMS Satellite Broadcast. The programprovides physicians, nurse clinicians and other health careworkers with an update on how to correctly recognize, test,diagnose, treat and report cases that could be attributed toAnthrax exposure.

VH003737
Title Number: VH 003737 ANTI-DRUG TV SPOTS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: E A
To help fight illegal drug abuse the Media AdvertisingPartnership developed a series of public service T.V. spotsshowing the harmful effects of drugs.

VH004459
Title Number: VH 004459 ARE WE THERE YET?: TRAVELING SAFELY WITH CHILDREN
Production Year: 1997 Producer: GENERAL MOTORS Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: J A
This video explains the importance of properly using carseats and safety belts for children every time they ride andprovides information regarding what type of car seat isright for your child and how to install the car seatcorrectly.

VH004434
Title Number: VH 004434 ARE YOU AT RISK FOR HEART ATTACK?
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
Heart attacks are common, very common. This video will showhow to reduce the risk of heart attacks by making somesimple lifestyle changes.

VS 004435
Title Number: VS 004435 ARE YOU AT RISK FOR HEART ATTACK?
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
Heart attacks are common, very common. This video will showhow to reduce the risk of heart attacks by making somesimple lifestyle changes. (SPANISH)

VH004292
Title Number: VH 004292 ARE YOU REALLY BLIND?
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video children with visual impairments areintegrated into regular classrooms and simulationsdemonstrate seven different visual problems and classroomadaptations.

VH004614
Title Number: VH 004614 ARMCHAIR FITNESS (TF 192)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A
This video has three 20-minute stretching and strengtheningroutines. These exercises lessen back strain because theyare performed sitting down and can aid circulation,flexibility, and coordination.

VH004289
Title Number: VH 004289 AROUND THE CLOCK: PARENTING THE DELAYED ADHD CHILD
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video illustrates how parents can learn to cope moreeffectively and achieve a closer relationship with theirchild who has ADHD (Attention Deficit HyperactivityDisorder). It shows how parents can monitor play activitiesand manage daily routines.

VH003975
Title Number: VH 003975 ARRHYTHMIA INTERPRETATION
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ACLS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents the prominent features of ventricularand supraventricular arrhythmias, as required by AHAguidelines. Using strips, dynamic ECG displays, and scenesfrom cardiac emergencies, this program provides a solidfoundation for instructors to evaluate students' needs forin-depth discussions of specific arrhythmias.

VH003982
Title Number: VH 003982 ARRHYTHMIAS/THERAPIES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ACLS Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
In this video, topics covered include assessment ofpediatric patients, heart rates, cardiac output rates,rhythm and QRS characteristics.

VH004710
Title Number: VH 004710 AS THE RIVER FLOWS...MEDICATION AND THE ELDERLY
Production Year: 1988 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video examines the normal physiological changes in theelderly and explains what to consider when administering oraltering the dosage of medication. The program lists whatdrugs are commonly known to cause adverse side effects inthe elderly and gives suggestions on how to prevent food anddrug interactions.

VH004627
Title Number: VH 004627 AS TIME GOES BY (TF 72)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explores the issues of sexuality and aging. Thisprogram challenges the cultural assumptions that along withage comes a disinterest in sex and an inability to shareintimacy. The program reminds us that sexuality remains apart of our lives to the end.

VH004699
Title Number: VH 004699 ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING (two tapes -TF 150A-B)
Production Year: 1989 Producer: DSS Running Time: 90 min. Audience Level: A PR
These videos present the basics of being assertive toimprove relationships and earn respect.

VH004685
Title Number: VH 004685 ASSESSING AND ENHANCING LEGAL SERVICES FOR OLDER PERSONS (TF 67)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 71 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video gives information on legal guardianship andalternative legal intervention. A lawyer at a nationalconference explains how to plan for someone's impendingincapacity. He explains the pros and cons of a living will,durable power of attorney, joint tenancy, trusts, andrepresentative payeeship.

VH004284
Title Number: VH 004284 ASSISTING CHILDREN WITH MEDICATIONS AT SCHOOL: A GUIDE FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: PR
This video can be used for training school personnel in theadministration of medications in schools. It coverspolicies, storage, handling of medications, and three routesof administration. The program explains how to keep records,what side effects can be expected, and preliminary steps totake in the event of an allergic reaction. (Includes Manual)

VH004580
Title Number: VH 004580 ASSURING DENTAL HEALTH FOR NURSING HOME RESIDENTS (TF 279)
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents a CMS Satellite Broadcast. The purposeof this program is to increase the awareness of dental needsfor Long Term Care Residents and to increase knowledge ofthe survey process and regulation requirements that relateto dental services.

VH001964
Title Number: VH 001964 AUTOMATED DEFIBRILLATION
Production Year: 1990 Producer: EMS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This program demonstrates the proper use of AutomatedExternal Defibrillators with demonstrations and live footagerecorded at emergency medical scenes.

VH004719
Title Number: VH 004719 AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEMS (TF 267)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explains how sprinkler systems work, whatdifferentiates the types of automatic sprinkler systemsfound in large buildings, and what inspections and tests arerequired to ensure a functioning system.

VH004544
Title Number: VH 004544 AUTONOMY IN MEDICAL DECISION MAKING (TF 188A)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video addresses individuals and their specific rightsto accept or reject life prolonging treatment. The programpresents cases which have gone before the courts anddiscusses issues regarding living wills, advanceddirectives, and the Durable Power of Attorney for medicaldecision making.

VS 004327
Title Number: VS 004327 AWAKENING IN THE FIELDS: (CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: CDC NATIONAL AID Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J A
No description available. SPANISH

VH001372
Title Number: VH 001372 BABY BASICS
Production Year: 1987 Producer: VIDA HEALTH COMM Running Time: 100 min. Audience Level: S A
This video gives eight easy-to-find chapters packed withinformation needed for those critical first few months witha new baby. Real life demonstrations and a helpful diagramwill help answer questions. (Includes index and companionbooklet.)

VH004161
Title Number: VH 004161 BABY BOTTLE DECAY
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ADA Running Time: 5 min. Audience Level: S A
This video defines baby bottle tooth decay, it's causes, theeffects on the child's teeth and gums, and demonstrates howparents can care for their baby's teeth.

VS 004833
Title Number: VS 004833 BABY BOTTLE DECAY (Spanish)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: ADA Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: S A
This video defines baby bottle tooth decay, the effects onthe child's teeth and gums, and demonstrates how parents cancare for their baby's teeth.

VH000227
Title Number: VH 000227 BABY BOTTLE TOOTH DECAY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Economic Opportu Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses baby bottle tooth decay (BBTD) anddemonstrates the effects on children that have thecondition. A dentist explains the condition of BBTD anddiscusses prevention. Also available in Spanish.

VS 003499
Title Number: VS 003499 BABY BOTTLE TOOTH DECAY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Economic Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses baby bottle tooth decay (BBTD) anddemonstrates the effects on children that have thecondition. A dentist explains what BBTD is and discussesprevention. (SPANISH)

VH004844
Title Number: VH 004844 BABY DOLITTLE- WORLD ANIMALS
Production Year: 2001 Producer: FHE Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: N K
This video introduces young children to nine animals thatcan be found in the jungle, savannah, and ocean. Jane, themonkey puppet, captures the spirit of a child's fascinationwith animals. Ages 1 to 5.

VH004847
Title Number: VH 004847 BABY EINSTEIN
Production Year: 2001 Producer: FHE Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: N
This video is a delightful, creative introduction to thesounds of foreign language that will stimulate infants ages1 month to 18 months. The video presents visuallystimulating toys, interesting kinetic art photographs set tospoken passages, music and natural sounds.

VH004846
Title Number: VH 004846 BABY SANTA'S MUSIC BOX
Production Year: 2001 Producer: FHE Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: N
Baby Santa's Music Box is a magical excursion for babies andtoddlers. Lights, ornaments, sleigh bells, stockings,presents, winter scenes, happy children and jolly Santasprovide colorful entertainment.

VH004845
Title Number: VH 004845 BABY SHAKESPEARE
Production Year: 2001 Producer: FHE Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: N K
This video introduces bard, the word-loving dragon who leadsa parade of words, poems, puppet shows and music that willdelight young children time and time again. Ages 1 and up.

VH004390
Title Number: VH 004390 BABY TO BE
Production Year: 1996 Producer: POLY HEALTH Running Time: 53 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents up-to-date information on managing thediscomforts of pregnancy, as well as offering emotionalreassurance and support.

VH004265
Title Number: VH 004265 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: BIRTH-PREPARED CHILDBIRTH AND C-SECTION
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 6 includes: actualprepared (natural) childbirth, actual cesarean birth, apgarscore, the first few hours of life in the nursery, length ofstay in the hospital, actual newborn examination,skin-birthmarks and rashes, newborn genitals, hips-bones andjoints, and nervous system-reflexes.

VH004264
Title Number: VH 004264 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: BIRTH-USING ANESTHESIA
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 5 includes: review ofprenatal care, preparation for childbirth, types ofanesthesia, and side effects.

VH004271
Title Number: VH 004271 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: CHILDHOOD-15 TO 18 MONTH OLD
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 12 includes: learningand development, individuality, characteristics,communication, one-on-one time, meals, bedtime, imitativebehavior, and learning to speak.

VH004270
Title Number: VH 004270 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: CHILDHOOD-9 TO 15 MONTH OLD
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 11 includes: creeping,crawling and walking, baby shoes, how to treat tantrums, andfostering good behavior.

VH004267
Title Number: VH 004267 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: CHILDHOOD-THE 2 MONTH OLD
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: J A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 8 includes: two monthdoctor visit, breastfeeding, formula feeding, fluoride,bathing, growth, and development.

VH004268
Title Number: VH 004268 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: CHILDHOOD-THE 4 MONTH OLD
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 9 includes: the fourmonth doctor visit, physical examination, help for teething,the first dental examination, and the benefit of infantimmunization.

VH004269
Title Number: VH 004269 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: CHILDHOOD-THE 6 MONTH OLD
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: J A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 10 includes: the sixmonth doctor visit, physical examination, weaning,introduction to solid foods, day care selection, help forsingle parents, separation anxiety, tantrums, discipline,language development, special focus on child abuse, neglect,community resources for child abuse victims, and preventionof sexual abuse.

VH004260
Title Number: VH 004260 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: PREGNANCY-1ST TRIMESTER
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 31 min. Audience Level: A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 1 includes: symptoms andearly diagnosis, conception, implantation, early embryonicdevelopment and fetal growth, nutrition and exercise, weightgain, use of medicines, harmful substances, and miscarriage.

VH004261
Title Number: VH 004261 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: PREGNANCY-2ND TRIMESTER
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 2 includes: physicianvisit, monitoring fetal growth, doppler/monitoring FHT's,diet issues, headaches-medication, gestational diabetes,pregnancy induced hypertension, AFP and neural tube defects,actual ultrasound and amniocentesis, and featuresspectacular footage inside the womb.

VH004262
Title Number: VH 004262 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: PREGNANCY-3RD TRIMESTER
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 3 includes: physicianvisit, growth of the uterus, changes to expect to thewoman's body during the 3rd trimester, and when to call adoctor.

VH004266
Title Number: VH 004266 BABY VIDEO LIBRARY: THE NEWBORN BABY
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDICAL MEDIA Running Time: 32 min. Audience Level: A
This video series combines dramatization and documentarytechniques prepared by medical experts to help reduce infantmortality and birth defects. Volume 7 includes: the two weeknewborn doctor visit, breastfeeding, formula feeding,burping, crying, conditions requiring medical help, newbornstools, how to bathe, skin care, clothing, umbilical cord,circumcision, blood tests, prevention of accidents, andgrowth and development.

VH000809
Title Number: VH 000809 BACK STRENGTH AND FITNESS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: GRTP Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: A
This video provides information for building andstrengthening your back, coping with acute back pain, andrecovering from back pain.

VH004582
Title Number: VH 004582 BALANCING ACT: YOUR FALL PREVENTION PROGRAM (TF 17)
Production Year: 2000 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents information for creating a program aimedat preventing injuries from falling.

VH004484
Title Number: VH 004484 BALANCING YOUR ACT
Production Year: 1990 Producer: McDONALD'S CORP Running Time: 116 min. Audience Level: P E
This video features Michael Jordan, a famous professionalbasketball player. Michael participates and interacts withstudents who are learning about the four basic food groups.He helps explain why it is important to eat three balancedmeals a day.

VH004464
Title Number: VH 004464 BARELY BEAR AND HIS FRIENDS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: NET PROGRAM Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: N K
In this video Barely Bear and his friends learn aboutdietary guidelines including the food groups, what foods arenutritious, and how eating the right foods can be healthy.

VH003479
Title Number: VH 003479 BASIC AIRWAY MANAGEMENT: STREET MEDICINE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: AMERCAN SAFETY Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: PR
Introductory level instruction for prehospital careproviders with animation and scenes of actual medicalsituations. This program includes: Anatomy, PatientPositioning, Achieving and Maintaining Patency, Methods ofOxygenation, and Techniques of Ventilation.

VH004189
Title Number: VH 004189 BASIC MEDICAL INTERVIEW
Production Year: 1995 Producer: BCH Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This video contains information for medical professionals onhow to perform a basic medical interview.

VH003995
Title Number: VH 003995 BASIC SHOCK MANAGEMENT: STREET MEDICINE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AMERCAN SAFETY Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides a street-wise, practical approach toshock management for basic level care providers with scenesof actual medical emergencies.

VH001696
Title Number: VH 001696 BASKET FULL OF EGGS
Production Year: 1989 Producer: NUTRA-ED Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This video provides cooking skills, buying and storinginformation, and methods of cooking and serving eggs,complete with lesson plans and recipes you can copy for useas handouts.

VH000510
Title Number: VH 000510 BATH TIME
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video demonstrates a step-by-step approach to bathing ababy in a safe, comfortable and convenient manner andaddresses the specifics of cord care and cradle capprevention.

VH004720
Title Number: VH 004720 BE COOL ABOUT FIRE SAFETY
Production Year: 2001 Producer: FEMA Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: K P
This video presents a group of upbeat teens who explain howto prevent fires, how to test fire alarms, what can cause afire, and what the different types of fires are such aselectrical and grease fires. The teens explain how to escapea fire and how to put together an escape plan for the familyto practice.

VH004700
Title Number: VH 004700 BE PREPARED TO SPEAK (TF 157)
Production Year: 1989 Producer: DSS Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents a step by step guide to public speaking.The program stresses drafting, preparing, writing, andpracticing. Study guides are included.

VH000385
Title Number: VH 000385 BE SMART BE SAFE: A DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAM
Production Year: 1990 Producer: VIDEOPLUS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: N P
This video introduces young students to basic facts aboutmedicine safety, tobacco, alcohol and other drugs throughthe adventures of three children in their backyardclubhouse. Caring teens and adults use song and dance toconvey substance abuse prevention. (Workbook included.)

VH000066
Title Number: VH 000066 BE WELL: HEALTH IN THE LATER YEARS
Production Year: 1983 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A
In this informative video Milton Berle offers healthy adviceto the older generation.

VH000063
Title Number: VH 000063 BE WELL: NUTRITION IN THE LATER YEARS
Production Year: 1983 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A
In this video Milton Berle discusses some tips onnutritional needs for the older generation.

VH000064
Title Number: VH 000064 BE WELL: PHYSICAL FITNESS IN LATER YEARS
Production Year: 1983 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: A
Milton Berle suggests a variety of methods to older personson how to stay physically fit by stretching, general bodymovement, and regular exercise.

VH000065
Title Number: VH 000065 BE WELL: STRESS IN THE LATER YEARS
Production Year: 1983 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A
Milton Berle examines the specific types of stress thataffect older persons and demonstrates some effective copingtechniques.

VH001697
Title Number: VH 001697 BEANS BEANS BEANS
Production Year: 1989 Producer: NUTRA-ED Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
This video provides basic information on cooking skills,buying information, and the nutritional value of differenttypes of beans. Complete with a lesson plan and recipes youcan copy for use as handouts.

VH003769
Title Number: VH 003769 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE, VACCINATE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explains how important vaccinations are to ensureyour child is safe and healthy and informs the viewer ofwhat vaccines are needed to prevent disease.

VS 003770
Title Number: VS 003770 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE, VACCINATE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explains how important vaccines are to ensureyour child is safe and healthy and informs the viewer ofwhat vaccines are needed to prevent disease. (Spanish)

VH004609
Title Number: VH 004609 BEFORE THE GOING GETS ROUGH - AFTER THE GOING GETS ROUGH (TF 146)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
Part I of this program explores the triggers and the warningsigns of aggressive behavior and suggests ways to defuse andprevent it. Part II focuses on management of issuesregarding aggressive behavior. Study guide included.

VH004294
Title Number: VH 004294 BESIDE HER PEERS
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video demonstrates how a student whose special needswere considered severe was able to be included in allaspects of the school curriculum. Excellent video for schooladministrators, teachers and parents.

VH004610
Title Number: VH 004610 BEST BOY (TF 8)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents a story of Philly, a 53 year-oldretarded man who adapts to an independent life as heprepares to move away from his elderly parents.

VH000720
Title Number: VH 000720 BEST BREAKFAST
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: J A
The Best Breakfast teaches the importance of a balancedbreakfast, explains the components of a good breakfast,evaluates some common first meals, and gives guidelines forchoosing a breakfast cereal and other early morning foods.(Teaching guide with recipes included.)

VH003883
Title Number: VH 003883 BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY (2ND ED)
Production Year: 1986 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: P E
This video provides information on the prevention of sexualmolestation perpetrated by people known to the child.Various dramatizations indicate situations with whichstudents can identify and engage in problem solvingdiscussions.

VH003884
Title Number: VH 003884 BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY II
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P E
A group of youngsters ranging in age from five to nine yearsold, are led through a discussion of three simple rulescreated to help children prevent potential sexual abuse -SAY NO, GET AWAY, and TELL SOMEONE.

VH003885
Title Number: VH 003885 BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY III
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents dramatized examples of potentiallydangerous situations for adolescents including date rape andprovides common sense rules for personal safety.

VH003797
Title Number: VH 003797 BETTER WAY, A
Production Year: 1993 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: J A
This video has been created to motivate teens away fromsuicide as their solution to the struggles and emotions ofadolescence. The program suggests ways to develop anenvironment for healthy discussion between parents, teens,and peers about suicide.

VH003865
Title Number: VH 003865 BEYOND RAPE: SEEKING AN END TO SEXUAL ASSAULT
Production Year: 1993 Producer: MTI FILM Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S A
This video provides information to the viewer on how toprotect against a sexual attack and how to help organize aself-defense group in the community or in the workenvironment to help others have confidence to stop anattack.

VH004042
Title Number: VH 004042 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: DEALING WITH PRESSURES
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LIVE WIRE MEDIA Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This program explores positive, healthful ways for youngadolescents to cope with the many pressures associated withbecoming a teenager.

VH004040
Title Number: VH 004040 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: ENHANCNG SELF-ESTEEM
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LIVE WIRE MEDIA Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This program teaches young people that every one of them isimportant and worthy, what they do matters, and that theyowe it to themselves to do and be their very best.

VH004046
Title Number: VH 004046 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: FRIENDSHIP
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This video teaches young adolescents to recognize what makesa good friendship, that it's normal for friendships tochange as we grow up, and motivates children to be open tofriendships with people who are different.

VH004048
Title Number: VH 004048 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: GETTING ALONG WITH PARENTS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LIVE WIRE MEDIA Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This video helps to develop a better understanding of howand why a child's relationship with his or her parentschanges as the child enters adolescence. The programillustrates the importance of keeping the lines ofcommunication open.

VH004038
Title Number: VH 004038 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: HANDLING EMOTIONS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LIVE WIRE MEDIA Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This video teaches that it's healthy and normal toexperience both pleasant and unpleasant feelings; it'simportant to identify and understand feelings and choose thebest ways to cope; and illustrates some positive waysadolescents can appropriately express emotions.

VH004043
Title Number: VH 004043 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: PREVENTING CONFLICTS AND VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LIVE WIRE MEDIA Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E
With the escalating climate of conflict and violence in ourschools and communities, this program challenges theunderlying attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors that cause mostof the trouble.

VH004047
Title Number: VH 004047 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: RESPECTING OTHERS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This video teaches young teens that everybody deservesrespect and to be aware of the many ways they show bothrespect and disrespect toward each other.

VH004044
Title Number: VH 004044 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: SAYING "NO" TO ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E S
This program presents and reinforces anti-drug attitudes andteaches practical techniques for saying "NO" to our friendswithout appearing to be uncool.

VH004041
Title Number: VH 004041 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: SETTING AND ACHIEVING GOALS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This program shows students the benefits of learning to setand achieve goals, and teaches them how to distinguishbetween actual goals and mere wishes.

VH004045
Title Number: VH 004045 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: SPEAKING OF SEX
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This video teaches young adolescents that abstaining fromsexual activity is normal and desirable, it explains theseriousness of the risks of unwanted pregnancy and STD's,and demonstrates ways to prevent being pressured intochoices about sex.

VH004037
Title Number: VH 004037 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: THE THREE R'S OF GROWING UP
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LEARNING MULTI-S Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This program gives young viewers a solid basis for choicesand actions. The three R's are doing the Right thing, takingResponsibility, and Respecting ourselves.

VH004039
Title Number: VH 004039 BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES: YOU AND YOUR VALUES
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LIVE WIRE MEDIA Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This program looks at the issue of identity and exploressome of the major elements that go into formingadolescents'identities.

VH000914
Title Number: VH 000914 BIG DIPPER
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
This program presents information about the dangers of usingchewing tobacco and snuff. It shows young people who chewtobacco talking about their first-hand experiences withhealth problems to which chewing tobacco can contribute.

VH004164
Title Number: VH 004164 BIG SHOT (GUNS)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J
In this tense and thrilling drama two teenagers "borrow" agun for target practice and a devastating tragedy unfolds.This short masterpiece will convince even the most jadedviewers of the need to take action with regard to thiscritical issue.

VH000936
Title Number: VH 000936 BILAL'S DREAM
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: K J
This film was written by a group of students at Alice DealJunior High School in Washington, D.C., who wanted to createa film that avoided the common cliches about smoking. Theyalso wrote the lyrics to the song, "Get the News, When You Smoke You Lose." Their goal is to communicate theseriousness of the anti-smoking message in a memorable andentertaining way.

VH004239
Title Number: VH 004239 BIRTH CONTROL: (4TH EDITION) YOUR RESPONSIBILITY, YOUR CHOICE
Production Year: 1995 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents a thorough discussion of various methodsof birth control currently available, with abstinence as anoption. This program describes how each method can preventpregnancy and how to use a condom properly to prevent thespread of STDs.

VH003789
Title Number: VH 003789 BIRTH CONTROL: MYTHS AND METHODS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: A
This video explains all available birth control methodsincluding contraceptive implants. Whether available from adrugstore, doctor, clinic or natural family planning method,it describes how the methods are used and their advantagesand disadvantages.

VH004015
Title Number: VH 004015 BLACK AND RECOVERING: THE SEARCH FOR IDENTITY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: S A
Peter Bell talks to African Americans, who are in chemicaldependency counseling, about important cultural issues fortheir emotional growth. He stresses how facing anddiscussing these issues will help them achieve long-termrecovery.

VH003761
Title Number: VH 003761 BLACKBIRD FLY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: MTI FILM Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: S A
A teen-age girl growing up in a home where she is the victimof her father's sexual abuse is confused about thedifference between loyalty to her father and allowingherself to be victimized. Stars Whoopi Goldberg, GarrettMorris, Esther Rolle, and Rain Pryor.

VH003933
Title Number: VH 003933 BLOOD SUGAR REGULATION AND DIABETES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: BRITANNICA Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: J A
This program gives the viewer an understanding of howdiabetes affects a person's body and lifestyle. Two separatecase studies are highlighted to explain the two major typesof diabetes and the varying treatments of the disease.

VH003897
Title Number: VH 003897 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR 1ST RESPONDERS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MARCOM GROUP LTD Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
This program was developed to assist in fulfilling thetraining requirements of the OSHA Bloodborne PathogensStandard. Viewers learn how exposure occurs, and thatHepititis B and HIV are the two diseases that pose thegreatest threat.

VH003475
Title Number: VH 003475 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: PR
This training and awareness program states the OSHAstandards and explains how to prevent exposure to bloodbornepathogens.

VH004442
Title Number: VH 004442 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS: THE ROUTE TO SAFETY
Production Year: 1998 Producer: COASTAL Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
It is important to protect students while transporting themto and from school. This video will help ensure that busdrivers understand standard universal precautions that canprevent the spread of bloodborne diseases. The programincludes information on bloodborne diseases intransportation settings, transmission and prevention, andpersonal protective equipment.

VH004444
Title Number: VH 004444 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS IN SCHOOLS: A REFRESHER COURSE
Production Year: 1999 Producer: COASTAL Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This video highlights the latest AIDS, Hepatitis B andHepatitis C concerns and is an effective refresher coursefor school employees. The program covers transmission ofbloodborne pathogens, how to reduce the risk of contractingan illness through exposure, and how to implement a controlplan.

VH004440
Title Number: VH 004440 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS IN SCHOOLS: THE HUMAN SIDE
Production Year: 1995 Producer: COASTAL Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: PR
Real-life stories highlight the potential dangers ofbloodborne diseases in the educational environment. Thisvideo helps to educate teachers, bus drivers, custodialstaff, and physical education staff on the standarduniversal precautions that could save their lives. (includesstudy guide)

VH004441
Title Number: VH 004441 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: A LESSON TO LIVE BY
Production Year: 1997 Producer: COASTAL Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: PR
This video takes viewers to a staff meeting where educatorsare discussing the return of a student with AIDS. Concernsand fears are tackled along with thorough instructions forhandling blood in and around the school setting. Tips forsensible precautions are covered. (Includes handbook.)

VH004443
Title Number: VH 004443 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: PROTECTION IN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: COASTAL Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
This program details OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard(1910.1030) and the training specifically mandated foreducators. The video includes exposure control plans andstandard universal precautions. (includes study guide)

VH004628
Title Number: VH 004628 BLOOMERS (TF 97)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents a drama about a woman who moves toFlorida to live with her elderly mother after deciding toseparate from her husband. The drama shows how a mother anddaughter are able to overcome long-standing issues in theirrelationship.

VH000411
Title Number: VH 000411 BODY AWARENESS RESOURCE NETWORK
Production Year: 1989 Producer: LEARNING Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explains how to implement the Body AwarenessResource Network (BARN) in the school setting and a shortlesson in using BARN.

VH004458
Title Number: VH 004458 BODY TRUST
Production Year: 1993 Producer: PRODUCTION WEST Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explains how to eat less and make healthy foodchoices without restrictive dieting, enjoy physical activitywithout punishing exercise routines, and love your body,whatever its size, shape or weight.

VH003760
Title Number: VH 003760 BODYTALK: IN AND OUT
Production Year: 1987 Producer: BRITANNICA Running Time: 7 min. Audience Level: K P
This video illustrates the digestive system and explains howthe body uses and stores energy and eliminates wastes.

VH004615
Title Number: VH 004615 BODYWISE: A FITNESS PROGRAM FOR OLDER ADULTS (TF 149)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program was developed to educate diverse groups ofolder people, their families and professionals about thebenefits of physical activity. Training manual included.

VH004583
Title Number: VH 004583 BOWEL AND BLADDER RE-TRAINING / COMFORT GUIDELINES AND TECHNIQUES (TF 51)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This is a two part video. Part one provides nursingassistants with a basic understanding of bowel and bladdermanagement of elderly patients. Part two of this video willhelp the nursing assistant be able to distinguish betweenacute and chronic pain.

VH003705
Title Number: VH 003705 BOY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: E S
This video presents prejudice in a reverse situation, "BOY"is the only white among black pupils with a black teacher incharge. This video is designed to enhance awareness andsensitivity to people of other cultures and skin colors.

VH003500
Title Number: VH 003500 BOY TO MAN
Production Year: 1991 Producer: CHURCHILL Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: E J
This informative and humorous video answers the difficultquestions boys ask themselves as they go through puberty andwill help pre-teens understand the often confused feelingsthey have as their bodies prepare them for adulthood.

VH004151
Title Number: VH 004151 BOYS WILL BE BOYS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: INTERMEDIA Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: J S
This video is based on a true story that recounts a seriesof events leading up to sexual harassment. The programfocuses on negative effects that disrespectful, demeaningand intimidating behavior can have upon an individual, andpresents a clear picture of rights and responsibilities.

VH004190
Title Number: VH 004190 BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS TO NURSING PRACTICE
Production Year: 1995 Producer: NATIONAL LEAGUE Running Time: 38 min. Audience Level: PR
This video zeroes in on the problems, controversies andsolutions for practitioners, and covers the economic changesthat led to competitive health care. The program presentsthe kinds of alternative care that nurses can provide andthe legal complexities of independent practice.

VH004525
Title Number: VH 004525 BREAKING THE SILENCE (TF 199)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explains what the signs and causes of adult abuseare, how victims can be helped if the proper authorities arenotified, and what every citizen can do to help detect andreport these crimes.

VH004209
Title Number: VH 004209 BREAKING YOUR BEHAVIOR CHAINS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: NATIONAL HEALTH Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: J A
This video teaches viewers how breaking the typical chainsof behavior patterns can positively influence eating habitsand gives strategies for low fat grocery shopping.

VH003608
Title Number: VH 003608 BREAST CANCER: A PERSONAL CHALLENGE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: A
In this program several women discuss their personalexperiences with breast cancer and explain how they copedemotionally.

VH004238
Title Number: VH 004238 BREAST IS BEST
Production Year: 1994 Producer: HEALTH-INFO Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video from Norway, the viewer will find the answersto questions such as: What are the advantages of breastfeeding; How do you go about it; How often; and How long?This video discusses positioning, attachment, sore nipples,blocked ducts, sleepy baby and more.

VH003609
Title Number: VH 003609 BREAST SELF EXAM AND BREAST HEALTH
Production Year: 1991 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This program presents a live step-by-step demonstration of aself breast exam. The program stresses the benefits of earlydetection, explores the roles of clinical exams andmammography, and also shows a mammogram procedure.

VH004114
Title Number: VH 004114 BREASTFEEDING AND WORKING: "IT'S WORTH THE EFFORT"
Production Year: 1994 Producer: METROPOST Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: A
This video provides different suggestions on how to managethe responsibilities of breastfeeding a new baby andworking.

VH004318
Title Number: VH 004318 BREASTFEEDING CAN BE RIGHT FOR YOU
Production Year: 1999 Producer: MDOH Running Time: 5 min. Audience Level: S PR
A teen's concerns about breastfeeding are addressed andideas about how to manage breastfeeding while attendingschool are given.

VH004153
Title Number: VH 004153 BREASTFEEDING SUCCESS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: CORPORATE FAMILY Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This program addresses issues on proper latching techniquesand how to know if your baby is getting enough milk. Afterviewing, mothers said they were at ease and secure.

VH000159
Title Number: VH 000159 BREASTFEEDING TECHNIQUES: BURPING THE BABY
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video explains how to recognize when a breast fed babyneeds to be burped.

VH000156
Title Number: VH 000156 BREASTFEEDING TECHNIQUES: FIRST ATTACHMENT
Production Year: 1983 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A
This video shows the proper nipple attachment technique thathelps prevent soreness.

VH000158
Title Number: VH 000158 BREASTFEEDING TECHNIQUES: FIRST ATTACHMENT AFTER C-SECTION
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A
Proper nipple attachment is modified for women in bed aftera caesarian birth. Shown are two different ways of holdingthe baby in a sitting position.

VH000157
Title Number: VH 000157 BREASTFEEDING TECHNIQUES: FIRST ATTACHMENT IN BED
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video shows nursing techniques in the reclinedposition. New mothers are taught the proper body alignmentand attachment.

VH000164
Title Number: VH 000164 BREASTFEEDING TECHNIQUES: HAND EXPRESSION
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A
This video shows two step-by-step methods of hand expressionand why this method works. Shown are a collection oftechniques and methods for storage.

VH000163
Title Number: VH 000163 BREASTFEEDING TECHNIQUES: SUCCESSFUL WORKING MOTHER
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 51 min. Audience Level: A
Fifteen working women discuss how they manage breastfeedingand a career. They each manage their busy schedules,nursing, and family life differently. Families that viewthis will spot helpful hints that fit right into their ownlifestyle.

VH000165
Title Number: VH 000165 BREASTFEEDING TECHNIQUES: SUPPLEMENTAL NURSING SYSTEM
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
Special breastfeeding situations are discussed. Feeding anadopted infant, physically and mentally handicapped infants,sick infants, and premature infants are a few situationsthat are demonstrated.

VH004099
Title Number: VH 004099 BREASTFEEDING YOUR BABY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: GEORGIA STATE UN Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This program places breastfeeding in the context of thedeveloping relationship between the baby, his or her motherand other family members.

VH004316
Title Number: VH 004316 BREASTFEEDING, BASIC STEPS BRING SUCCESS (2 VIDEOS)
Production Year: 1999 Producer: Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
Two videos are contained in this "Train the Trainer Module".The first video presents "Basic Steps Bring Success", aboutcorrect position for the mother and infant pair, fequency offeeds, signs of breastmilk intake, engorgement prevention,growth spurts, and where to find community support. Thesecond video presents "Delivery Self Attachment", a visualsummary of research on the newborn's ability to crawl to themother's breast, self-attach and suckle.

VH003772
Title Number: VH 003772 BREASTFEEDING: A BETTER BEGINNING
Production Year: 1987 Producer: KINETIC INC Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
This video answers questions on the "How To's" ofbreastfeeding and shows what the new mother and father of anewborn can expect to experience in the months to come.

VH000168
Title Number: VH 000168 BREASTFEEDING: A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A
This video explains the basics of breastfeeding.Breastfeeding mothers demonstrate different positions usedto properly latch baby on to the breast.

VH004474
Title Number: VH 004474 BREASTFEEDING: ANOTHER WAY OF SAYING "I LOVE YOU"
Production Year: 1998 Producer: WIC Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explains that breastfeeding can be a wonderfulway to help you enjoy a special closeness with your baby andcreate a special bond that can help bring your entire familycloser together.

VH004320
Title Number: VH 004320 BREASTFEEDING: STARTING OUT RIGHT
Production Year: 1999 Producer: Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A PR
The benefits of breastfeeding for mother and baby arediscussed. The "how to's" of breastfeeding are covered.Topics include: frequency of feedings, signs of adequateintake, positioning, preventing engorgement and waking asleepy baby. Community resources available for breastfeedingwomen are suggested.

VH000167
Title Number: VH 000167 BREASTFEEDING: THE ART OF MOTHERING
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: A
This program is devoted to helping new parents embark uponthe rewarding experience of breastfeeding. Recent advancesin the understanding of infant nutrition have led to therediscovery of breastfeeding. Parents are provided withsufficient information, receive support and are motivated tobreastfeed. Instructional booklet included.

VH004417
Title Number: VH 004417 BREASTFEEDING: THE HOW TO, CAN DO VIDEO
Production Year: 1998 Producer: VIDA HEALTH Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: A
This upbeat educational program gives practical advice onbreastfeeding, lists keys to success, and has good use ofillustrations and humor. Includes a four minute segment atthe end for dads.

VH004319
Title Number: VH 004319 BREASTFEEDING: THE MYTHS AND BARRIERS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
In a talk show format, this video dispels some of the commonmisconceptions about breastfeeding.

VH004416
Title Number: VH 004416 BREASTFEEDING: THE WHY TO, CAN DO VIDEO
Production Year: 1998 Producer: VIDA HEALTH Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
This video outlines known and newfound health benefits thatbreastfeeding offers babies and importantly, their motherstoo. The program presents breastfeeding as an importantfirst health decision for parents, dispels myths andstereotypes, and depicts real mother and father experiencesthrough heartfelt testimonials.

VH004061
Title Number: VH 004061 BREASTFEEDING: YOU CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: TEXAS DOH Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a staff training video that discusses some commonbarriers that often discourage WIC participants frombreastfeeding and gives suggestions on ways WIC staff canpromote breastfeeding.

VH004286
Title Number: VH 004286 BREATHING EASY: CHILDREN ON VENTILATORS AT SCHOOL
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video illustrates how children assisted by ventilatorscan be successfully integrated into the school setting andpresents medical therapies and psychosocial support neededto ensure that a student using a ventilator is an activeparticipant in the classroom. (Includes Manual)

VH004410
Title Number: VH 004410 BROKEN TOY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: STARS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: P E
This video presents Raymond, a 12 year old boy who liveswith his grandmother. His lonely life is made even lonlierby the cruel verbal and physical treatment he receives fromother children at school. To these youngsters, Raymond'sfeelings mean nothing. That is until one day...when they gotoo far.

VH003838
Title Number: VH 003838 BROTHER EARL'S OUR FATHER
Production Year: 1992 Producer: KINETIC INC Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: A
Brother Earl discusses the vital subject of spiritualitywith sensitivity and conviction. The Lord's prayer is brokendown into a pratical day to day guide to help the recoveringaddict.

VH003839
Title Number: VH 003839 BROTHER EARL'S STREET TALK
Production Year: 1992 Producer: KINETIC INC Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A
This video describes what addiction is and how it affectsbehavior, performance and judgement. Crucial, basic conceptson addiction are discussed.

VH003840
Title Number: VH 003840 BROTHER EARL'S WHAT PROBLEM?
Production Year: 1992 Producer: KINETIC INC Running Time: 54 min. Audience Level: A
With contributions from his responsive Audience, BrotherEarl addresses recovery and it's importance.

VH003952
Title Number: VH 003952 BROTHERS AND SISTERS...LOVE AND HATE
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: S A
This video reveals the complex interactions between siblingsand explains what behavior patterns can be expected from thefirst child upon the arrival of the second.

VH004103
Title Number: VH 004103 BRUSHING AND FLOSSING
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: J A
This video demonstrates the correct way to brush and flossand emphasizes the importance of a proper diet to ensuregood dental health.

VH004113
Title Number: VH 004113 BRUSHING MAGIC WITH DUDLEY AND DEE-DEE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ADA Running Time: 7 min. Audience Level: N P
Dudley uses magic to teach his little sister, Dee Dee, allabout brushing and flossing.

VH004726
Title Number: VH 004726 BUILDING BRIDGES: WAYS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LONG TERM CARE (TF 179)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: PR
This video addresses the quality of care in the nursinghome. The program explores how to create a meaningfulcommunity environment.

VH000334
Title Number: VH 000334 BULKING UP: THE DANGERS OF STEROIDS
Production Year: 1989 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: J A
This program describes the devastating and possiblylife-threatening results of using anabolic drugs.

VH004706
Title Number: VH 004706 BUSINESS OF PARADIGMS: DISCOVERING THE FUTURE (TF 224)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 38 min. Audience Level: PR
This video introduces the paradigm concept and explores howhidden barriers to new ideas limit our ability tosuccessfully anticipate the future.

VH000595
Title Number: VH 000595 BUT NAMES CAN HURT FOREVER!
Production Year: 1989 Producer: BARR FILMS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This program shows how names can hurt, leaving psychologicaland emotional scars that, although unseen, are devastating.Psychological abuse is the systematic belittling ofcharacter or achievements,the constant and consciousindifference to the need for attention, praise, andaffection. Rejecting, ignoring, isolating, corrupting, andterrorizing are five forms of emotional abuse.

VH003973
Title Number: VH 003973 BUT...HE LOVES ME
Production Year: 1991 Producer: CHURCHILL Running Time: 46 min. Audience Level: J S
This video is a thought-provoking drama about date abusethat will set young minds thinking. An inexperienced 16year-old meets and is wooed by one of the most popular boysin school. Riding high she overlooks his dark side ofjealousy, possessiveness and abusive behavior.

VH003998
Title Number: VH 003998 CADAVER LAB I
Production Year: 1991 Producer: EMS Running Time: 42 min. Audience Level: PR
Cadavers are used for teaching anatomy and physiology withtotal EMS focus. The program illustrates interactive EMSscenes, uses illustrations, lectures and lab exploration toteach concepts of injury/illness and explores head and neck,chest, central nervous system, and abdomen.

VH003999
Title Number: VH 003999 CADAVER LAB II
Production Year: 1991 Producer: EMS Running Time: 34 min. Audience Level: PR
Cadavers are used for teaching anatomy and physiology withtotal EMS focus. This video covers the exploration of themusculoskeletal system, joints, and the reproductivesystems.

VH004106
Title Number: VH 004106 CALIFORNIA POLY-TECHNICAL INSTITUTE PRESENTS: EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALCO Running Time: min. Audience Level: A
This video presents an introduction of the concept that itis "Everybody's Business" when it comes to having acommunity and school against drug use. See the threecompanion videos under the title EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS.

VH000600
Title Number: VH 000600 CAN YOU TELL ME..HOW TO DECIDE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: GRP Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: P E
This video helps students to understand what choices are andhow to make their own decisions. Young people are ofteneager to make their own decisions, but need guidance.Unfortunately, like Toby, many children can find themselveswithout adult guidance.

VH000383
Title Number: VH 000383 CAN YOU TELL ME..WHAT ARE DRUGS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: GRT Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: P E
This video explains the differences between medicines andillegal drugs.

VH000601
Title Number: VH 000601 CAN YOU TELL ME..WHAT ARE FEELINGS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Gerald T. Rogers Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: N P
This video explains the difference between good and badfeelings. The video also stresses the need to talk about ourfeelings.

VH000774
Title Number: VH 000774 CAN YOU TELL ME..WHICH FOODS ARE GOOD
Production Year: 1991 Producer: GRT Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: N P
This video explains the four food groups and the differencebetween nutritional food and junk food.

VH003666
Title Number: VH 003666 CANCER: CAPTAIN BILL SAILS THE "C"
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: E J
This animated video teaches the concept and mechanisms ofDNA to explain orderly cell reproduction, by which livingthings grow and maintain themselves. Captain Bill explainsthat interruptions of this process by radiation, chemicals,or viruses can create disorderly cell reproduction, orcancer, and explains the kinds of cancer, and commontreatments.

VH004629
Title Number: VH 004629 CAN'T AFFORD TO GROW OLD (TF 172)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video Walter Cronkite interviews several familiesand the frail elderly. They express their problems andfrustration with the rising cost of long term health care.

VH004004
Title Number: VH 004004 CARBUSTERS: COMMAND PHILOSOPHY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AMERCAN SAFETY Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
In this video rescuers are prepared for responding to largeor unusual situations by being presented with a blueprint ofresponsibilities. The program demonstrates several rescuesituations such as upside down vehicles, underrides, andpancakes to assure everyone arriving at the scene willrecognize how they fit into the situation.

VH004003
Title Number: VH 004003 CARBUSTERS: HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This video illustrates complete extrications using handtools exclusively and stresses that hand tools can be justas effective as powered hydraulic tools in many situations.

VH003992
Title Number: VH 003992 CARBUSTERS: PATIENT CONSIDERATION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AMERCAN SAFETY Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This video focuses on "the patient" and presents prioritiesto consider from arrival at the scene, to delivery at theemergency room. The program acknowledges that the patient'scondition will sometimes govern the extrication procedures.Live action footage.

VH004001
Title Number: VH 004001 CARBUSTERS: PRINCIPLES OF EXTRICATION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AMERCAN SAFETY Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides a foundation of knowledge based on ateam approach to aspects of patient safety during vehiclerescue.

VH004005
Title Number: VH 004005 CARBUSTERS: SCHOOL BUS RESCUE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AMERCAN SAFETYu Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This video conveys the psychological, logistical andphysical complexities of school bus rescue and demonstratestechniques to save time and reduce confusion.

VH004002
Title Number: VH 004002 CARBUSTERS: TECHNIQUES OF EXTRICATION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AMERCAN SAFETYu Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents fundamentals of moving metal away frompatients and demonstrates safe handling of heavy hydraulicrescue tools, dash lift, removal of glass, roof, and doors.

VH003881
Title Number: VH 003881 CARDIAC EMERGENCIES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: SPRINGHOUSE CORP Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video discusses recognizing the signs and symptoms of acardiac emergency, knowing which patients are at risk, andunderstanding the causes.

VH004633
Title Number: VH 004633 CARE AND CLEANING OF KITCHEN EQUIPMENT (TF 123)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: PR
This video demonstrates the proper use and maintenance ofkitchen equipment and machinery to prevent safety hazards.

VH004288
Title Number: VH 004288 CARE OF CHILDREN WITH ASTHMA IN CHILD CARE AND SCHOOL SETTINGS: 2 VIDEOS
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is designed for all child care and schoolpersonnel who come in contact with children who have asthma.It illustrates proper use of a metered dose inhaler,nebulizer and peak flow meter, explains causes of asthmaepisodes and what to do if one occurs. (Includes Manual)

VH004283
Title Number: VH 004283 CARE OF CHILDREN WITH DIABETES IN CHILD CARE AND SCHOOL SETTINGS: 2 VIDEOS
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: A PR
These videos describe how to make a school or child caresetting safe for a child with diabetes. Caregivers areinstructed on ways to help prevent problems by monitoringblood sugar level, food intake and exercise. Information ispresented on what to do if a child has low blood sugarlevels. (Includes Manual)

VH004105
Title Number: VH 004105 CARE OF CHILDREN'S TEETH
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: S A
This video shows viewers how to take care of children'steeth from birth on, how to prevent "baby bottle tooth decay", and the proper way to brush and floss.

VH004584
Title Number: VH 004584 CAREGIVER STRESS (TF 117)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video addresses the issue of stress in caring forfamily members with dementing illness. Discussion includesstrategies for stress reduction and management, techniquesfor coping with caregiving roles, and the importance ofimproving general health.

VH004550
Title Number: VH 004550 CAREGIVING WITH GRACE (TF 74)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 37 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video documents the daily care provided for Grace, anAlzheimer's patient, by her husband and a foster homecaregiver. The program provides the unique opportunity toobserve changes in behavior associated with the disorderover a period of years and the necessary modifications incaregiving.

VH000382
Title Number: VH 000382 CARING FOR DRUG AFFECTED INFANTS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Altschul Group Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video shows step-by-step the care of cocaine babies andpresents methods for soothing and comforting the infant.

VH004585
Title Number: VH 004585 CARING FOR PEOPLE WITH ARTHRITIS (TF 252)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is designed to give caregivers practical adviceon the day-to-day care of patients with arthritis. Theprogram stresses the importance of knowing each patient'sabilities and limitations in their daily tasks.

VH004771
Title Number: VH 004771 CARING FOR THE TUBE FED PATIENT (TF 79B)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explains how to compute the feeding rate forcontinuous and intermittent tube feedings and explains howto use diluted hypertonic formulas. The program alsodiscusses troubleshooting common problems such as patientintolerance, dehydration, clearing a clogged tube,preventing aspiration, administering medications, and tubemisplacement.

VH004509
Title Number: VH 004509 CARING FOR YOUR FEET (Spanish/English)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: LEAP Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video gives information and instructions to diabeticson caring for and monitoring their feet. This program is inEnglish and then Spanish.

VS 003460
Title Number: VS 003460 CASE FOR BREASTFEEDING
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Altschul Group C Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents the positive side of breastfeeding.Viewers learn about milk production, the benefits for thebaby, and an appropriate diet for the mother is outlined.(SPANISH)

VH003459
Title Number: VH 003459 CASE FOR BREASTFEEDING (ENGLISH)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Altschul Group C Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents the positive side of breastfeeding.Viewers learn about milk production, the benefits for thebaby, and an appropriate diet for the mother is outlined.(Also available in Spanish.)

VH004808
Title Number: VH 004808 CASEWORKER TRAINING FILM, PART III: GUARDIANSHIP AND DEPENDENT CARE (TF 6C)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: PR
This video contains dramatizations of different situations acaseworker may find when visiting with clients who arewanting to place an elderly loved one in a nursing home orwhen an elderly client wishes to return home. The videoexplores different approaches to communicating with andassessing the client.

VH004809
Title Number: VH 004809 CASEWORKER TRAINING FILM, PART IV: CLIENT RIGHTS (TF 6D)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: PR
This video dramatizes different approaches to situations acaseworker may find when communicating with and assessing aclient's needs. This video explores the client's rights.

VH004806
Title Number: VH 004806 CASEWORKER TRAINING FILMS, PART I: ASSESSMENT (TF 6A)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: PR
This video contains dramatizations of different situations acaseworker may find when visiting a home for the first timeto evaluate the needs of a client. The program givesexamples of different techniques for approaching apotentially hostile situation.

VH004807
Title Number: VH 004807 CASEWORKER TRAINING FILMS, PART II: REFERRAL (TF 6B)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: PR
This video contains dramatizations of different situations acaseworker may find when visiting a person's home regardinga referral from a friend, relative, or neighbor.

VH000108
Title Number: VH 000108 CAT WHO DRANK AND USED TOO MUCH, THE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: J A
This video uses a scenario of a cat named Pat. The cat has aproblem with alcohol and drug abuse. The video shows theeffects of Pat's abuse and addiction on family members andfriends.

VH004184
Title Number: VH 004184 CAUTION: ADOLESCENTS AT RISK
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J A
This video features information about the risks facingadolescents in today's society. This video includesdiscussion about drug and alcohol use, and life on thestreet for run-away youths with emphasis on treatment andrecovery from the view-point of the youth.

VH000917
Title Number: VH 000917 CBS NEWS: GOING SMOKELESS
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J A
Information on advertising techniques and health risks ofsmokeless tobacco is presented.

VH004222
Title Number: VH 004222 CESAREAN SECTION RECOVERY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This video discusses several criteria for C-sections,including the baby's size, position, and fetal distress. Theviewer will learn what to expect in recovery and is providedwith information on support groups.

VH003682
Title Number: VH 003682 CHANGING
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: E
This video gives an overview of growth and development atpuberty and covers personal hygiene and self-responsibility.

VH004631
Title Number: VH 004631 CHANGING NEEDS, CHANGING HOMES (TF 5)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A
This video explains how someone with physical limitationscan change the surroundings of their home to make the homesafer and easier to move around in.

VH000208
Title Number: VH 000208 CHANGING THE WAY DIABETES IS TREATED
Production Year: Producer: NDEP Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: PR
This video introduces the National Diabetes EducationProgram and its purpose, goals, and objectives. It presentsinformation on the devastating effects of diabetes andreasons why organizations should participate in the program.

VH003730
Title Number: VH 003730 CHAOS TO CALM: CREATING SAFE SCHOOLS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: S PR
Hosted by Tom Bosley, this video explores programs andpersonalities that have turned "battlegrounds" into modelcampuses. Seven steps are presented that can be effective inhelping to make our schools safer. Commitment is the key tosafer schools.

VH003809
Title Number: VH 003809 CHARACTERISTICS OF CO-DEPENDENCY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CONCEPT MEDIA Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A PR
Using vignettes of three individuals, this video discussescommon characteristics of co-dependents including beingexternally focused, overly responsible, controlling, rigid,and engaging in compulsive behavior.

VH004489
Title Number: VH 004489 CHASIN' LIFE
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ACDE Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video dramatizes the lives of two young women: Roxanne,a young pregnant woman who becomes addicted to drugs, andher friend Denise, whose life is positive and drug free. Theprogram highlights the personal experiences of women inrecovery and provides helpful information andrecommendations from specialists about substance abuseprevention and education.

VH003851
Title Number: VH 003851 CHEATING, LYING AND STEALING
Production Year: 1993 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J S
First meet Amber and Jody, in a story about responsibilitiesof friendship and self esteem. Next meet Matt, in a storyabout motivation, education, and sense of self. Finally meetDon and Kate, in a story about integrity, honesty and theawareness of being a good role model.

VH000425
Title Number: VH 000425 CHECK-UP DETECTIVES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: P E
(revised) Squirt and Spinner go undercover to discoverreasons for a checkup by a physician when the individual isnot ill. Doctor Jonas discusses the need for checkups andimmunizations and explains the equipment used during acheckup.

VH000346
Title Number: VH 000346 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY: CHILDHOOD
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Pyramid Film & V Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explains how to prevent chemical abuse, definesthe alcoholic family and the effects it has on the children.

VH003477
Title Number: VH 003477 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY: INTRODUCTION
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Stanford U. Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an education program in prevention of employee drugand alcohol abuse. This video identifies multiple riskfactors for chemical dependence and addiction.

VH003474
Title Number: VH 003474 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY: PHYSIOLOGY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This program traces the destructive capabilities of "crack"and "speed" from physical damage to complete interruption ofone's normal lifestyle.

VH003478
Title Number: VH 003478 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY: SENIOR LIFE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: PR
This video describes ways to prevent prescription drug abuseand addiction in senior patients and reviews special riskfactors.

VH004197
Title Number: VH 004197 CHILD DEVELOPMENT: BIRTH TO FIVE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: REFLECTIONS EDUC Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S A
This video documents normal developmental milestones in thefirst five years of life and encourages the development ofsuccessful parenting skills by illustrating how to nurtureand teach young children so they achieve their maximumpotential.

VH003841
Title Number: VH 003841 CHILD IN THE FAMILY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 37 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses functions of the family, diversity infamily structures, and parenting roles.

VH001968
Title Number: VH 001968 CHILD SAFE EMS TRAINING
Production Year: 1988 Producer: IIHS Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: PR A
This video expresses the importance of using childautomobile restraints, the proper use of child restraintseats is discussed and demonstrated. This program alsoteaches rescue personnel the proper immobilization ofchildren who have been in traffic accidents.

VH004243
Title Number: VH 004243 CHILD SAFETY AT HOME
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AAP Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This video will increase awareness of child safety in thehousehold. The viewer will learn how to avoid accidents,recognize danger signs and symptoms of injury, emergencypreparedness, first aid tips, and where to get help.

VH004244
Title Number: VH 004244 CHILD SAFETY OUTDOORS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: KIDSAFETY Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This video defines important steps to take in order toprevent outdoor injuries and teaches simple first aid.

VH003956
Title Number: VH 003956 CHILDHOOD LOST
Production Year: 1993 Producer: INTERMEDIA INC Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: S A
This program defines child abuse. Adults describe what itwas like to be an abused child and the struggle to overcometheir dysfunctional past.

VH004168
Title Number: VH 004168 CHILDREN AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: S A
This video examines how to recognize children suffering fromthe devastating effects of domestic violence. This programfocuses on mothers who are abused and the effects it has onthe child.

VS 004173
Title Number: VS 004173 CHILDREN AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE-SPANISH VERSION
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: S A
This video examines how to recognize children suffering fromdevastating effects of domestic violence and focuses onmothers who are abused and the effect it has on the child.

VH000765
Title Number: VH 000765 CHILDREN AND WEIGHT: WHAT'S A PARENT TO DO
Production Year: 1991 Producer: COOPERATIVE EXTE Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: S A
This video gives a realistic approach to children andweight, presents advise about the prevention of childhoodobesity, and encourages sensible eating habits andactivities.

VH000589
Title Number: VH 000589 CHILDREN PLUS: GOAL SETTING
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Self Dimensions, Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video stresses the importance of having specific stepsfor setting goals using examples and demonstrations.

VH004280
Title Number: VH 004280 CHILDREN WITH CASTS AT SCHOOL
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides information about surgical proceduresused to correct problems with children's muscles or bonesand care requirements following these procedures regardingcasts or braces the child may need to wear. (IncludesManual)

VH004281
Title Number: VH 004281 CHILDREN WITH CENTRAL LINE CATHETERS AT SCHOOL
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: PR
Central line catheters are placed in a child's body by asurgeon and are designed to facilitate taking blood samples,administering chemotherapy and for nutrition support orblood products. School personnel will gain awareness of theanatomical placement of various central lines and theimplications for participation in school activites forchildren with central line catheters. (Includes Manual)

VH004514
Title Number: VH 004514 CHILDREN WITH DIABETES: A GUIDE FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL
Production Year: 1999 Producer: INDIANA DOH Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video educates school personnel on issues concerningstudents with diabetes and how to handle diabeticemergencies.

VH000891
Title Number: VH 000891 CHLAMYDIA
Production Year: 1991 Producer: MILNER Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: J A
This video covers prevention as well as treatment of the"silent STD". The program reviews possible symptoms in bothsexes and explains, if untreated, chlamydia can cause PID,scarring of the fallopian tubes and infertility.

VH004463
Title Number: VH 004463 CHOCOLATE MILK VIDEO
Production Year: 1992 Producer: DAIRY COUNCIL Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: J PR
This video presents the nutrient value of chocolate andunflavored milk as well as the myths surrounding chocolatemilk and how chocolate milk can be included as part ofchildren's daily diet.

VH004157
Title Number: VH 004157 CHOICES (EDITED VERSION)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CORVISION Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explores the reality of incarceration and grimprospects for life beyond prison for those lucky enough tosurvive it. The viewer will hear from people who wished theyhad made better choices.

VH004501
Title Number: VH 004501 CHOICES FOR LIFE: COOKING WITH THE CHEFS FOR HEART HEALTH
Production Year: 1993 Producer: AMERICAN HRT ASC Running Time: 43 min. Audience Level: J A
This video features chefs from Branson's Silver Dollar City.They present heart healthy recipes.

VH000393
Title Number: VH 000393 CHOICES: DRUGS AND ALCOHOL - LIFE OR DEATH
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Pyramid Films & Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: S A
Women in prison describe their feelings of how they becameaddicted and the ramifications of using drugs.

VH004051
Title Number: VH 004051 CHOICES: FROM ADDICTION TO RECOVERY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CII INC Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents a program for pregnant women, parents,and women in prison who are recovering from drug and alcoholabuse.

VH004759
Title Number: VH 004759 CHOLESTEROL ... A NEW OUTLOOK (TF 137)
Production Year: 1991 Producer: DSS Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: A
This is a patient education video that presents the latestguidelines for cholesterol levels and explains the roleplayed by the Step One and Step Two diets.

VH004406
Title Number: VH 004406 CHOOSING TO BE DISEASE FREE
Production Year: 1998 Producer: AGC Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J S
In the face of the escalating risk of more numerous anddangerous STD's, this video provides medical informationcritical for the health and safety of teens. The programuses straightforward and honest discussion to explain indetail the hazards of sexual activity for teens andemphasizes that the safest choice is abstinence. (Includesteacher's guide.)

VH004022
Title Number: VH 004022 CHOOSING TO WAIT: SEX AND TEENAGERS
Production Year: 1989 Producer: SUNBURST COMMUNI Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: J S
This video dramatizes the stories of three teenage couplesto show students that in making personal sexual decisions,they have real choices.

VH004058
Title Number: VH 004058 CHOOSING TO WAIT: SEX AND TEENAGERS (CLOSED CAPTIONED)
Production Year: 1989 Producer: SUNBURST COMMUNI Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: J S
This video dramatizes the stories of three teenage couplesto show students that in making personal sexual decisions,they have real choices.

VH003753
Title Number: VH 003753 CISD (CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS DEBRIEFING)
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: PR
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) is a refinementof a fifty year old military technique designed to helpemergency personnel. Management of critical incident stressis a fundamental part of the job. CISD preserves careers andfamily lives.

VH003774
Title Number: VH 003774 CITY LIMITS: THE URBAN MENAGERY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: THE CURATORS OF Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: J A
Due to ongoing changes in communities, young people areforced to deal with very real adult problems at a young age.This video tells the story of the critical issues facingyouth: drugs, crime, gangs, and racism.

VH004087
Title Number: VH 004087 CLARISSA
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: K P
Meet Clarissa, a plain brown cow, as she rescues a troup ofprize animals and proves her own worth to herself and thosearound her.

VH004290
Title Number: VH 004290 CLASSMATES WITH ASTHMA
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: E A
Students with asthma often have to use nebulizers, peak flowmeters and metered dose inhalers in the school setting. Thisvideo explains their use to classmates. Asthma episodes areillustrated and suggestions are provided on how students canhelp their classmates with asthma. (Companion video forprofessionals - Care of Children with Asthma in Child Careand School Settings)

VH004291
Title Number: VH 004291 CLASSMATES WITH DIABETES
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: E A
This video aquaints school-aged students with children whohave diabetes. Children in the videotape explain when theywere diagnosed and the kind of blood tests and shots theytake.

VH004616
Title Number: VH 004616 CLAUDINE'S LETS GET FIT (TF 203)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A
Join fitness instructor Claudine Foster and her studentsfrom the Shepard's Center in Kansas City, Missouri for funeasy movements to help you feel your best! This program isdesigned to provide older adults with easy stretching,muscle strengthening, and low impact cardiovascularexercise.

VH000795
Title Number: VH 000795 CLEAN AND NEAT WITH HARV AND MARV
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Alfred Higgins P Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K P
(2nd Edition) Harv and Marv watch real children gettingdirty painting a mural in the backyard. Marv wants to becomea human, while Harv tries to dissuade him by showing him hewould have to practice basic hygiene habits.

VH003579
Title Number: VH 003579 CLEAN CLUB
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Churchill Media Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: P
A wise old germ living in a sweat gland on the dirtiest kidon the block congratulates a couple of new germs on joininghim in a safe haven. He laments horrible fates of othergerms who made the mistake of living on kids who learn aboutcleanliness.

VH004279
Title Number: VH 004279 CLEAN INTERMITTENT CATHETERIZATION
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video can be used to instruct students and parents inthe benefits of the procedure for clean intermittentcatheterization, use and care of equipment, correctprocedures for males and females, and how to recognizewarning signs of a bladder infection. A second part providesguidelines on instructing others in the use of the procedurewith particular emphasis on teaching self-catheterization.(Includes Manual)

VH000796
Title Number: VH 000796 CLEAN POWER
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E
Warm water and soap are the keys to cleanliness. This videostresses this is the best way to chase away germs which canmake people sick.

VH004418
Title Number: VH 004418 CLEAN UP YOUR ACT
Production Year: 1999 Producer: CHURCHILL Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K E
This video discusses the connection between basiccleanliness and good health and explains the role of germsand bacteria in causing illness. This program also coversbacterial growth, spoiled food, environmental cleanliness,body odor, and personal hygiene. (Comes with discussionguide.)

VH001970
Title Number: VH 001970 CLEANING ROUTINES
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: PR
A nationally recognized expert provides valuable informationon infection control procedures for EMS.

VH000362
Title Number: VH 000362 CLIMBING HIGH
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J A
Fifteen-year-old Tony, faces a difficult choice of joininghis girlfriend and best friend in smoking marijuana or risklosing their friendship for the satisfaction of his ownconvictions.

VH004122
Title Number: VH 004122 CLOSE TO HOME: THE TAMMY BOCCOMINO STORY
Production Year: 1994 Producer: FILM IDEAS $15 Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents a true story of Tammy and her son, whohave both been diagnosed with the AIDS virus althoughneither did anything that would make them at risk. Aninspiring story each of us needs to hear, especially whenthe possible threat of AIDS could touch "CLOSE TO HOME".

VH000308
Title Number: VH 000308 COCAINE AND CRACK: THE LOST YEARS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Britannica Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This program focuses on how uncertain and lonely teensdesperately try to achieve intellectual, emotional, andsexual power through drugs.

VH000381
Title Number: VH 000381 COCAINE BABIES: THE RESEARCH IS IN
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides research and statistics about thefrightening increase in the number of crack babies.

VH004632
Title Number: VH 004632 COME ON ALONG (TF 125)
Production Year: 1988 Producer: DSS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A
Janet Ashcroft introduces this program which presents activesenior citizens who share their hobbies and lifeexperiences. This program shows what can be shared andlearned from senior citizens.

VH000363
Title Number: VH 000363 COMING OF THE ICE AGE, THE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: LCA Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents an informative, firsthand look at theeffects of ICE, a drug whose addictive and toxic qualitiesare masked initially by enhanced energy and a sense ofwell-being.

VS 003816
Title Number: VS 003816 COMMON MYTHS CONCERNING THE USE OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: PRIDE INC Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: S A
Alcohol and other drugs have been covered with mystic andmagical posers since their inception. This program providesa clear and concise look at the most common myths and thereality surrounding each. Spanish/English curriculum guideincluded.

VH003563
Title Number: VH 003563 COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: CHURCHILL MEDIA Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: E
This video, through live action and animation, introduceschildren to the organisms which cause communicable diseasesand the ways in which they're transmitted.

VH003954
Title Number: VH 003954 COMMUNICABLE DISEASES (EMS)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: RED CROSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents information on several communicablediseases, how they're transmitted, how to protect yourself,what makes you at risk and what to do if you're at risk.

VH004701
Title Number: VH 004701 COMMUNICATE AND WIN (TF 217)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 48 min. Audience Level: S PR
This video gives tips on communicating in every businesssituation. The program explores techniques for bothlistening and speaking.

VH004552
Title Number: VH 004552 COMMUNICATING WITH MODERATELY CONFUSED OLDER ADULTS (TF 261)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: SENIOR SERVICES Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video focuses on the middle stages of Alzheimer'sDisease, the characteristics of an Alzheimer's patient, andcommunication techniques.

VH003980
Title Number: VH 003980 COMMUNITY CPR
Production Year: 1993 Producer: RED CROSS Running Time: 110 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides a very thorough presentation onemergency assessment and management and utilizes excellentreenactments to teach key concepts. This program emphasizesprimary and appropriate secondary assessment.

VH003717
Title Number: VH 003717 COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: LEARNER MANAGED Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video challenges pediatricians, medical professionals,and caregivers to consider the "developmental" needs of theinfants in their care just as carefully as they wouldconsider the infant's "health" care needs.

VH003997
Title Number: VH 003997 COMMUNITY FIRST AID (CLOSED CAPTIONED)
Production Year: 1993 Producer: RED CROSS Running Time: 37 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides a combination of lecture anddramatization to provide basic information on first aidtechniques. Closed captioned for the hearing impared.

VH004092
Title Number: VH 004092 COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION...W/DR. MICHAEL DANA AND BREAKING THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MO DOH Running Time: min. Audience Level: A PR
Dr. Dana provides the participants with strategies in facingthe problems of drug abuse, gang violence, and teenpregnancy in communities to empower youngsters to break thechains of violence.

VH004727
Title Number: VH 004727 COMPASSION, I SUPPOSE (TF 79A)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video elderly residents tell about their fears andconcerns when entering a nursing home. Nursing home staffexplain how they help residents cope with their fears andalso address the issues of combative residents.

VH000410
Title Number: VH 000410 COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH (GR 10-12) KEY SKILLS AND CORE COMPETENCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
A videotape on how to correlate Health Key Skills and CoreCompetency in the classroom. This tape shows specificlessons in a tenth, eleventh and twelth grade classroom.

VH000408
Title Number: VH 000408 COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH (GR 4-6) KEY SKILLS AND CORE COMPETENCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: PR
A videotape on how to correlate Health Key Skills and CoreCompetency in the classroom. This tape shows lessons in afourth, fifth, and sixth grade classroom.

VH000409
Title Number: VH 000409 COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH (GR 7-9) KEY SKILLS AND CORE COMPETENCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
A videotape on how to correlate Health Key Skills and CoreCompetency in the classroom. This tape shows specificlessons in a seventh, eighth, and ninth grade classroom.

VH000407
Title Number: VH 000407 COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH (GR K-3) KEY SKILLS AND CORE COMPETENCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: PR
A videotape on how to correlate Health Key Skills and CoreCompetency in the classroom. This tape shows specificlessons for kindergarten through third grade.

VH000406
Title Number: VH 000406 COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH (OVERVIEW) KEY SKILLS AND CORE COMPETENCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: PR
This tape presents information about Comprehensive HealthKey Skills and Core Competency and how to integrate theminto the lesson plan.

VH004074
Title Number: VH 004074 CONCERT STAGES OF EUROPE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: E J
The agonies of youth are humorously depicted as a young manrecalls the year his mother entered him in a local talentcontest. This video humorously imparts a meaningful messageconcerning individual aspirations.

VH000932
Title Number: VH 000932 CONFESSIONS OF A SIMPLE SURGEON
Production Year: 1990 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: J A
Angered by front-line exposure to smoking's devastating tollon human lives, Dr. Arthur Chesterfield Evans turns urbanguerilla, battling the tobacco industry. He shows the viewerwhat convinced him tobacco is the most potentially dangerousproduct on the market.

VH004686
Title Number: VH 004686 CONFIDENTIALITY: LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONCERNS IN HEALTHCARE (TF 243)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video defines confidentiality as it applies to thehealthcare setting and provides examples of breach ofconfidentiality in the clinical or home healthcare setting.

VH004147
Title Number: VH 004147 CONFLICT RESOLUTION SKILLS: STUDENT WORKSHOP
Production Year: 1993 Producer: SUNBURST Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: E J
This workshop is designed to teach students skills ofconflict resolution through hands-on activities andpractice, students acquire six basic skills: getting thefacts, active listening, body language, tone of voice, "I"messages and brainstorming.

VH004702
Title Number: VH 004702 CONFLICT RESOLUTION: A WIN-WIN APPROACH (TF 110)
Production Year: 1997 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S A
This video dramatizes conflicts that can occur in an officeenvironment and explores conflict resolution techniques.

VH004057
Title Number: VH 004057 CONNECTIONS: ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND CHILD ABUSE
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CORONET/MTI FILM Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A PR
A docudrama focusing on three case studies of child abusewhen frustrated parents and child care providers turn todrugs and/or alcohol. Cases of physical, emotional, andchild sexual abuse are investigated.

VH004052
Title Number: VH 004052 CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES: A PROGRAM ABOUT DECISION-MAKING
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CORONET/MTI FILM Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: E J
Viewers learn that there are actual steps todecision-making. To demonstrate, Anthony and Martha go toDecision-Making Theatre where they follow the stories offour kids faced with different kinds of decisions such ascutting school, riding a roller coaster, telling someoneabout a friend being abused, and shoplifting.

VH004687
Title Number: VH 004687 CONSUMER FRAUD AND THE ELDERLY (TF 69)
Production Year: 1985 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video gives examples of fraud and offers suggestions onwhat action to take when an elderly person becomes a victimof fraud.

VH000074
Title Number: VH 000074 CONTRACT FOR LIFE: S.A.D.D. STORY
Production Year: 1985 Producer: Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: J
A health teacher challenges his students to come up with asolution to the problem of drinking and driving. With thesupport of parents, they draw up a "Contract for Life".

VH000032
Title Number: VH 000032 CONTROL YOUR DIABETES FOR LIFE
Production Year: Producer: NDEP Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: A
This is a campaign video that includes a message from MissAmerica. The program presents several television spotscontaining important information on taking control ofDiabetes. The information is presented in English and thenin Spanish.

VH003913
Title Number: VH 003913 CONTROL: IT'S YOUR LIFE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: NEW DIMENSION ME Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
Viewers learn to cope with the influences of sex and how tomake responsible choices. The central theme of this video iscommunication with parents and with members of the oppositesex, attitudes toward contraception, and grappling withdifficult decisions.

VH004235
Title Number: VH 004235 CONVERSATION WITH DR ELBERT GLOVER ON SMOKELESS TOBACCO, A
Production Year: 1987 Producer: BALANCE EDUCATIO Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J A
Dr. Glover, the first health scientist to recognize problemswith smokeless tobacco, speaks about the history ofsmokeless tobacco, who uses it today, the types of smokelesstobacco, the health consequences of smokeless tobacco use,and nicotine dependency.

VH004007
Title Number: VH 004007 CONVERSION TECHNIQUES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ACLS SKILLS REV. Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents electrical conversion techniques throughdemonstrations and scenes from cardiac emergencies in thefield and hospital. Indications and principles of operationare also discussed.

VH003594
Title Number: VH 003594 COOKING VEGETABLES - COOKING GREEN LEAFY AND STEM VEGETABLES
Production Year: 1978 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. This videogives pointers on green leafy vegetables, steamingvegetables, cooking spinach, cabbage and brussels sprouts,serving steamed vegetables and standards of texture.

VH003595
Title Number: VH 003595 COOKING VEGETABLES - COOKING ROOT VEGETABLES
Production Year: 1978 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. This videogives pointers on root vegetables, cooking carrots,parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, beets, sweet potatoes/yams,and onions.

VH003597
Title Number: VH 003597 COOKING VEGETABLES - FRUIT AND FLOWER-TYPE VEGETABLES
Production Year: 1980 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. This videogives pointers on fruit and flower-type vegetables, cookingtomatoes, eggplant, summer squash, winter squash, broccoliand cauliflower.

VH003599
Title Number: VH 003599 COOKING VEGETABLES - MORE ABOUT POTATOES
Production Year: 1978 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. This videogives pointers on browned potatoes, potatoes o'brien,scalloped and augratin potatoes, potato cakes, french friedpotatoes, and serving potato dishes.

VH003601
Title Number: VH 003601 COOKING VEGETABLES - PLANNING AND TIMING
Production Year: 1978 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. This videogives pointers on planning, preparation, and finishing.

VH003596
Title Number: VH 003596 COOKING VEGETABLES - SEED-TYPE VEGETABLES
Production Year: 1978 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. Givespointers on seed-type vegetables, cooking snap beans, greenlima beans, peas and corn, preparing a medley of vegetables,and serving.

VH003598
Title Number: VH 003598 COOKING VEGETABLES - SELECTING AND PREPARING POTATOES
Production Year: 1978 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. Givespointers on potato science, baking potatoes, steamedpotatoes, and whipped/mashed potatoes.

VH003600
Title Number: VH 003600 COOKING VEGETABLES - STIR FRYING
Production Year: 1978 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational video for school food servicepersonnel for efficient school food production. Givespointers on stir frying, preparation of vegetables,complementary vegetables, oil, seasoning, equipment andpreparation tips, and ideas for stir fry combos.

VS 003817
Title Number: VS 003817 COPING SKILLS IN RELATION TO THE DRINKING/DRUGGING DRIVER DECISION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: PRIDE INC Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: S A
This program discusses how adults can say "no" in situationsof peer pressure in order to follow through with thedecision not to drink. Spanish/English curriculum included.

VH004402
Title Number: VH 004402 COPING WITH EATING DISORDERS
Production Year: 1989 Producer: SUNBURST Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: J S
This video gives insight into three types of eatingdisorders and discusses the pattern, symptoms and treatmentof each. (Includes teacher's guide.)

VH000594
Title Number: VH 000594 COPING WITH PRESSURE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Live Wire Video Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
Michael Pritchard grapples with young people about ways ofkeeping pressures in perspective and about learning tohandle those pressures in ways that serve their bestinterests.

VH004178
Title Number: VH 004178 COUNSELING PATIENTS WITH VAGINAL YEAST INFECTION
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ADVANCED CARE PR Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: PR
An OB\GYN nurse practitioner gives information on how toanwser questions and counsel patients with confidence. Thisprogram meets educational objectives and discusses vaginalyeast infection, including symptoms, causes, andrelationship to other common conditions.

VH000748
Title Number: VH 000748 COUNT OUT CHOLESTEROL
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AMA Running Time: 75 min. Audience Level: A
Cardiovascular disease and the role of cholesterol in heartdisease are discussed. Additional information on the role ofexercise and level of fitness is discussed.

VH003981
Title Number: VH 003981 CPR FOR THE PROFESSIONAL RESCUER
Production Year: 1993 Producer: RED CROSS Running Time: 90 min. Audience Level: PR
This video uses drama and animation to demonstrate keyconcepts of CPR, the human body system, and rescuetechniques. The program provides current AHA guidelines anddemonstrates communicable disease management.

VH000273
Title Number: VH 000273 CRACK
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Films Incorporat Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
An NBC news program reports on the crack epidemic. Dealersand users are interviewed.

VH000274
Title Number: VH 000274 CRACK: THE BIG LIE
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Disney Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S
This film discloses the alarming availability and severeaddictiveness of crack. Emphasis is on deciding to say no tocrack.

VH004478
Title Number: VH 004478 CREATING HEALTHY MENUS ... FOR THE MAINLINE PART I
Production Year: 1994 Producer: NAT. SATELLITE Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents information for school food servicepersonnel. The program demonstrates how to plan tasty andappealing menus, explains how to order ingredients andappropriate quantities, and how to prepare meals for aproductive school food service operation.

VH004479
Title Number: VH 004479 CREATING HEALTHY MENUS ... FOR THE MAINLINE PART II
Production Year: 1995 Producer: NAT. SATELLITE Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents information for school food servicepersonnel. The program demonstrates how to plan tasty andappealing menus, explains how to order ingredients andappropriate quantities, and how to prepare meals for aproductive school food service operation.

VH003873
Title Number: VH 003873 CRIME NEVER FORGOTTEN, A
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MTI Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
Experts estimate that as many as one out of every twentygirls is molested by her father. In this edition of ABC's20/20, Bob Brown explores the case against Ed Rodgers andthe legal implications of pursuing this child molestingcase.

VH004152
Title Number: VH 004152 CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN
Production Year: 1994 Producer: LANDMARK MEDIA I Running Time: 48 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents information from professionals and womenwho have survived a violent attack on what self defenseactions might be taken to prevent an assault.

VH004688
Title Number: VH 004688 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INVESTIGATION (TF 54)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents Dr. Richard Hogan of Central MissouriState University who presents information regardinginterviewing witnesses.

VH001971
Title Number: VH 001971 CRITICAL DIFFERENCE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: QUANTUM Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents live footage of the challenging workbeing done by Emergency Medical Services by followingParamedics on the calls that come in throughout the day.

VH003754
Title Number: VH 003754 CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS
Production Year: 1985 Producer: IMR Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: PR
This video reviews critical incident stress debriefing withan emphasis on prevention and methods of recognizing stressfactors in the emergency response environment. This programwas developed and produced through the University ofMaryland.

VH004182
Title Number: VH 004182 CRITICAL TIMES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DOH Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides earthquake preparedness and discussesthe importance of a disaster response plan in all schools.

VH003303
Title Number: VH 003303 CROSS ADDICTION
Production Year: 1991 Producer: PRIDE INC Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents the process of working through the firstseven days of detoxification.

VH003790
Title Number: VH 003790 CROSSING THE LINE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: INTERMEDIA Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This video shows a range of situations, from flirting tosexual harassment and encourages students to examine andchange their behavior concerning sexual harassment to createtheir own positive school environment.

VH003950
Title Number: VH 003950 CROSSING THE LINE: THE TRUTH ABOUT GANGS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J S
This video gives viewers an inside look at what theconsequences of joining a gang are, as well as specific tipsfor avoiding risky behavior that could lead to gangparticipation.

VH000397
Title Number: VH 000397 CROWN PRINCE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Media Guild Running Time: 38 min. Audience Level: J PR
This video shows how violence and fear can be a familynightmare and provides methods of how to confront the cycleof violence.

VH000095
Title Number: VH 000095 CRUEL SPIRITS: ALCOHOL AND VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S A
Interviews with medical experts and clinical researchersfocus on the relationship between alcohol and violence.

VH003882
Title Number: VH 003882 D.A.R.E. TO CARE: A PROGRAM FOR PARENTS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: CORONET/MTI FILM Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents facts and tools for parents to helptheir children keep safe from drugs.

VH000301
Title Number: VH 000301 D.A.R.E. TO SAY NO!
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E J
This video presents a Drug Abuse Resistance Educationinstructor who leads the students through activities whichwill help them develop decision making skills so as to sayno to alcohol and drugs.

VH000207
Title Number: VH 000207 DANGER ZONE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: J PR
This video presents safe food preparation, storage, andhandling practices. How to recognize the dangers of unsafefood handling practices and how to practice preventivemeasures.

VH000691
Title Number: VH 000691 DANGEROUS DIETING: WRONG WAY TO LOSE WEIGHT
Production Year: 1983 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents a critical look at the best sellingdiets on the market today and reveals why the vast majorityof these plans do not work in the long-run and may damageyour health.

VH004321
Title Number: VH 004321 DANGERS OF SMOKELESS TOBACCO, THE
Production Year: 1997 Producer: ADA Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: J A
This video examines the reasons teens and adults startchewing tobacco, the dangers to dental health, and the risksof developing cancer.

VH003632
Title Number: VH 003632 DATE RAPE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: INTERMEDIA Running Time: 48 min. Audience Level: J A
This video addresses the issues of date rape. The programmakes viewers aware of how shame and fear result inunderreporting of acquaintance rape. It views some rapes asresulting from a chain of exploitative events, poorcommunication, and pressures.

VH004399
Title Number: VH 004399 DATING AND SEXUAL RESPONSIBILITY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: AT RISK YOUTH Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This video contains a series of vignettes depicting datingsituations with emphasis on male responsibility. A leader'sguide assists with discussion and role playing followingeach vignette.

VH003957
Title Number: VH 003957 DATING VIOLENCE: THE HIDDEN SECRET
Production Year: 1993 Producer: INTERMEDIA INC Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: J S
This video program focuses on the physical, sexual andemotional abuse present in many teen relationships. Itexplores the experiences of both victims and offenders, maleand female.

VH000911
Title Number: VH 000911 DAVID'S STORY: A TEEN SUICIDE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Sunburst Communi Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents an in-depth study of teen suicide tohelp students recognize the critical warning signals ofsuicidal behavior and explains that a suicidal impulse islikely to pass if the potential victim can cope with thecrisis period and get help.

VH003667
Title Number: VH 003667 DAY IN COURT
Production Year: 1990 Producer: VICTORY FILM Running Time: 90 min. Audience Level: PR
The intention of this video is to create an awareness inhealthcare professionals of medical legal conflicts that mayarise in the practice of hospital infection control.

VH000904
Title Number: VH 000904 DEAD SERIOUS
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S
This film explains how teens can help encourage other teensto choose life over death. They talk of their worries aboutschool, peer pressure, self esteem, the future and suicide.

VH003963
Title Number: VH 003963 DEAD WRONG: THE JOHN EVANS STORY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: CAPITAL COMMUNIC Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: J S
John Evans tells the story of his destructive path todestroy his family's life, as well as his own. This videofocuses on peer pressure, family responsibilities, andresponsibilities to oneself.

VH003777
Title Number: VH 003777 DEALING WITH ANGER
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 52 min. Audience Level: J S
This is a three part video series: "Givin' It", "Takin' It",and "Workin' It Out", which teaches African-American youththe skills they need to reduce their risk of becomingvictims or perpetrators of violence.

VH004586
Title Number: VH 004586 DEALING WITH DEATH AND DYING (TF 161)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 49 min. Audience Level: PR
This video offers suggestions and ideas that can be used bycaregivers when communicating with and caring for dyingpatients and their families.

VH004554
Title Number: VH 004554 DEALING WITH DIFFICULT BEHAVIORS (TF 251)
Production Year: 1998 Producer: SENIOR SERVICES Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video gives an overview of difficult behaviorsassociated with Alzheimer's Disease. The program givessuggestions on how to respond to various types of behaviors.

VH000556
Title Number: VH 000556 DEALING WITH FEELINGS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: N K
(Revised) Spinner and Squirt, puppet characters, areexperiencing different situations and must cope with theiremotions.

VH000376
Title Number: VH 000376 DEATH BY DESIGN
Production Year: 1989 Producer: New Dimension Me Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: J S
This video addresses a wide range of drugs that have beendeveloped in recent years by underground chemists and thesignificant dangers of their use.

VH003911
Title Number: VH 003911 DEATH OF A FRIEND
Production Year: 1989 Producer: NEW DIMENSION ME Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K P
This program was designed to help children begin to talkabout the death or terminal illness of a friend and to helpchildren talk about the sadness, anger, and confusion theyfeel when a friend dies.

VH000384
Title Number: VH 000384 DECIDING ABOUT DRUGS: DEVELOPING RESPONSIBLE ATTITUDES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Education Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: P E
This video series addresses developing responsible attitudesand making responsible decisions about drug use.(Skillsheets and guide included.)

VH000388
Title Number: VH 000388 DECIDING ABOUT DRUGS: MAKING RESPONSIBLE DECISIONS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: P E
This video series addresses developing responsible attitudesand making responsible decisions about drug use. (Skillsheets and guide included.)

VH000581
Title Number: VH 000581 DECISION MAKING SKILLS FOR PRETEENS
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Altschul Group Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: E J
This program is aimed at helping children developself-awareness and interpersonal skills.

VH004117
Title Number: VH 004117 DECISIONS: TEENS, SEX AND PREGNANCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: UNITED LEARNING Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J S
This video examines three common myths about sex that teensbelieve and offers a dramatization of a teen girl's dilemmafacing decisions of sex and pregnancy.

VH004814
Title Number: VH 004814 DECUBITUS ULCERS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DHSS Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a two part video. Part 1: Preventing Pressure Sores17 min. Part 2: Assessment and Treatment 23 min. The first30 seconds of the video does not work.

VH000205
Title Number: VH 000205 DEFEATING CHOLERA
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CDC Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: PR
This video is intended to inform health care providers ofthe clinical basis of diagnosis and treatment of cholera.

VH004772
Title Number: VH 004772 DELIVERING THE PRESCRIPTION FOR HEMODIALYSIS (TF 238)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 32 min. Audience Level: PR
This video contains clinical practice guidelines fordelivering the prescription for Hemodialysis. This video isaccredited 2.0 contact hours.

VH004555
Title Number: VH 004555 DEMENTIA: PUTTING TOGETHER THE PIECES OF THE PUZZLE (TF 205)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: SENIOR SERVICES Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video and study guide will equip professionalcaregivers and social workers with information and usefulskills for assessing individuals with symptoms of dementia.

VH003304
Title Number: VH 003304 DENIAL, FEAR AND PARANOIA
Production Year: 1991 Producer: PRIDE Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explains the emotional instability experiencedduring days eleven through eighteen of detoxification.

VH000908
Title Number: VH 000908 DEPRESSION AND SUICIDE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Live Wire Video Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J
Michael Pritchard visits two high schools, stunned by recentsuicides, to talk with students about "at risk" behavior andhow to respond.

VH004728
Title Number: VH 004728 DEPRESSION AND THE ELDERLY (TF 231)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides an excellent overview of depressiveillness and its impact on seniors in long term carefacilities. Topics covered include diagnosis, assessment,care planning, and treatment.

VH004653
Title Number: VH 004653 DEPRESSION IN OLDER ADULTS, THE RIGHT TO FEEL BETTER (TF 256)
Production Year: 1998 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
This video interviews patients who are experiencingdepression in late life. Topics covered include causes,treatment, suicide risks, and issues regarding long termcare and public policy.

VH004773
Title Number: VH 004773 DEPRESSION IN THE ELDERLY - DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explains the diagnosis and treatment ofdepression in the elderly. The physical, mental, andemotional symptoms associated with depression in the elderlyare discussed.

VH000319
Title Number: VH 000319 DESIGNER DRUGS: CRACK, COCAINE, METHAMPHETAMINE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This program traces the destructive capabilities of "crack"and "speed" from physical damage to complete interruption ofone's normal lifestyle.

VH000320
Title Number: VH 000320 DESIGNER DRUGS: PCP, ECSTASY, FENTANYL
Production Year: 1989 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: S A
The physiological effects of introducing toxic ingredientsinto the bloodstream are shown and the devastating effectson the body's vital organs are explained.

VH004556
Title Number: VH 004556 DESIGNING THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA (TF 184)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program presents family caregivers with skills for howto carefully design a physical environment that can offersupport to compensate for deficits of persons withAlzheimer's Disease.

VH003842
Title Number: VH 003842 DEVELOPING CHILD: NUTRITION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses the food pyramid, nutrients, anddevelopmental issues concerning nutrition during pregnancy,infancy, childhood, and adolescence.

VH003742
Title Number: VH 003742 DIABETES AND EXERCISE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK I Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: S A
This video helps patients understand how exercise affectstheir need for and utilization of insulin. Appropriate formsof exercise are reviewed as well as suggestions forincorporating these activities into the daily routine.

VH004518
Title Number: VH 004518 DIABETES AND FOOD: THE CHALLENGE OF CHOICES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ORACLE Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents the challenge of food choices thatdiabetics must make on a daily basis.

VH004513
Title Number: VH 004513 DIABETES CONTROL: 5 COMMUNITIES REACH OUT
Production Year: 2000 Producer: NDA Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents ways that communities can reach out tomake the quality of life better for diabetics. The programeducates diabetic communities of different cultures onnutrition and healthcare needs.

VH004510
Title Number: VH 004510 DIABETES TYPE 1: A SELF MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Production Year: 1998 Producer: STAY WELL Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents information on type 1 diabetes. Theprogram explains what diabetes is, how it affects health,and how to manage blood sugar.

VH004511
Title Number: VH 004511 DIABETES TYPE II: A SELF MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Production Year: 1998 Producer: Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: J A
This program gives information on the causes and symptoms oftype II diabetes and gives instructions on how to manageblood sugar.

VH004520
Title Number: VH 004520 DIABETES: THE BLACK EXPERIENCE / THE HISPANIC DILEMMA
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ADA Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents two programs. The first program is basedon an African-American family at the dinner table discussingwhat causes diabetes, the risk factors, and the symptoms ofdiabetes. The second program is in Spanish. The programpresents information for hispanic diabetics usingdramatization and animation.

VH003501
Title Number: VH 003501 DIABETIC EMERGENCIES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
In-hospital nursing review of hypoglycemia, hyperglycemiaand treatment.

VH003744
Title Number: VH 003744 DIAPHRAGM, VAGINAL SPONGE AND CERVICAL CAP
Production Year: 1991 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK I Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: A
This video illustrates how to achieve the highest degree ofprotection using the Diaphragm, Vaginal Sponge and CervicalCap and discusses proper use.

VH003924
Title Number: VH 003924 DIET OBSESSION
Production Year: 1993 Producer: TURNER MULTIMEDI Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: S A
Thirty-four million Americans are diagnosed as obese andover a million and a half suffer from eating disorders. Thisvideo focuses on social forces such as marketing and media.This report attempts to unravel the paradox of America'sdiet obsession.

VH000764
Title Number: VH 000764 DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICANS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: J A
What should Americans eat to stay healthy? This presentationand script of the guidelines will help answer this question.

VH003743
Title Number: VH 003743 DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF FAT AND CHOLESTEROL
Production Year: 1991 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK I Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explains how HDL, LDL, saturated fats, andunsaturated fats affect the body, and the importance ofreducing cholesterol levels. Viewers learn American HeartAssociation based diet strategies for healthier foods, howto read labels, and how to prepare foods.

VH000106
Title Number: VH 000106 DIFFERENT LIKE ME
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Johnson Institut Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents a drama about high school student tryingto cope with an alcoholic parent. He is trying to take careof his younger sister and is having trouble keeping up withhis school work and after school activities.

VH004298
Title Number: VH 004298 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, THE
Production Year: 1981 Producer: BRITANNICA Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explains both chemical and mechanical process bywhich the digestive system converts food to energy. The filmclearly locates, identifies, and describes the function ofeach digestive organ, and stresses the importance of awell-balanced diet for providing the energy the body needs.

VH004314
Title Number: VH 004314 DIRT ON DIP, THE
Production Year: 1997 Producer: Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
This is a hard hitting video about the addiction and dangersof spit tobacco use. This program features high schoolstudents who use spit tobacco, discussing how they began,how much they used, their addiction, physical problems theiraddiction has caused, and their attempts to quit. RickBender, a former user and oral cancer survivor, talks abouthis addiction and his son speaks about how his father'shealth problems affected him.

VH004774
Title Number: VH 004774 DISCHARGE PLANNING - A PEACE OF MIND (TF 237)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides information for returning a patient tothe activities of daily living. The program explains whatdischarge planning is, who is responsible, how the dischargeplan is made, and explores the different levels ofalternative care available to a patient.

VH000113
Title Number: VH 000113 DISEASE OF ALCOHOLISM
Production Year: 1988 Producer: FMS Productions Running Time: 37 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents a research update on the neurochemicaland genetic aspects of alcoholism. Dr. Ohlms identifies thesigns, symptoms, and treatment of alcoholism.

VH000130
Title Number: VH 000130 DISEASE OF ALCOHOLISM: ADOLESCENT
Production Year: 1990 Producer: FMS Productions Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: J PR
Dr. Olms provides a question/answer format on the physicalimpact of alcohol on young persons.

VH000015
Title Number: VH 000015 DISETRONIC DIABETES CARE
Production Year: Producer: DISETRONIC Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on DISETRONIC diabetes careand the family of infusion sets.

VH000380
Title Number: VH 000380 DO SOMETHING
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Film Ideas, Inc. Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S
High school students, non-users, users and recoveringaddicts offer reasons for not trying illegal drugs.

VH004430
Title Number: VH 004430 DO YOU HAVE HEART DISEASE?
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video defines heart disease and explains what symptomsyou should be aware of.

VS 004431
Title Number: VS 004431 DO YOU HAVE HEART DISEASE?
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video defines heart disease and explains what symptomsto be aware of.

VH000597
Title Number: VH 000597 DO YOU KNOW YOU'RE GREAT?
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Film Ideas Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: P
This video is to help children feel good about themselves sothey are able to work, play, and interact with others in aresponsible, caring way. This program expresses the need forall persons to take care of themselves in order to beG-R-E-A-T.

VH004208
Title Number: VH 004208 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND YOUNG ADULTS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: J A
This video explores the dimensions of the abusiverelationships of high school and college students. Theprogram defines the components of dating violence andexamines the warning signs.

VH004654
Title Number: VH 004654 DOMINICK AND MARGARET (TF 116)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 56 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents the inspirational lives of two elderlybilateral amputees whose positive determination and spiritenable them to overcome multiple medical problems and liveindependent lives.

VH003581
Title Number: VH 003581 DON'T GET SICK, WASH UP QUICK WITH SCRUBBY BEAR
Production Year: 1991 Producer: RED CROSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: N P
Scrubby Bear talks about good personal hygiene. He stressesbathing and washing one's hands.

VH004521
Title Number: VH 004521 DON'T LOSE SIGHT OF EYE DISEASE
Production Year: 1999 Producer: NEHEP Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents information on risk factors for eyedisease in diabetics and gives an overview of treatment foreye disease.

VH004146
Title Number: VH 004146 DON'T PICK ON ME
Production Year: 1993 Producer: SUNBURST COMMUNI Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: P E
When teasing gets out of hand, it takes an ugly turn andbecomes harassment. This program examines the dynamicsbehind teasing and being teased and presents effectiveresponses when being harassed.

VH004154
Title Number: VH 004154 DOUBLE DUTCH-DOUBLE JEOPARDY
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DURRIN PRODUCTIO Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: E
This peer-to-peer HIV prevention video features a jump roperap written and performed by the children and David Kamens,20, who has had AIDS for two years. The children askquestions and express their concerns.

VH000326
Title Number: VH 000326 DOWNFALL: SPORTS AND DRUGS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: J
This program is designed for anti-drug education. Thestories of athletes are presented and have universalapplication to all young people.

VH000284
Title Number: VH 000284 DR. COOPER AND HIS FRIENDS
Production Year: 1985 Producer: Running Time: 61 min. Audience Level: K P
This is a series of six drug education videos for childrenages 5-8 years. The delightful puppets, Dr. Cooper and hislab assistants, Melvin the dog and Martha the mouse, performentertaining and instructive experiments on the NEGATIVEEFFECTS of marijuana, alcohol, cigarettes, inhalants andhousehold chemicals.

VH004634
Title Number: VH 004634 DRAINING AND RINSING GROUND BEEF (TF 216)
Production Year: 1991 Producer: DSS Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: PR
This video gives specific directions on how to drain andrinse ground beef and explains the benefits of doing so tolower cholesterol and fat in the diet.

VH004124
Title Number: VH 004124 DREAD
Production Year: 1994 Producer: CORVISION MEDIA Running Time: 56 min. Audience Level: S PR
This video presents a portrait of a career criminal gonestraight--for now. Leon Dread tells his story of hisformative years, time in Vietnam, years of crime, time inprison, and finally his awakening. This story forces us torethink what causes can lead up to people falling intocareer criminal behavior.

VH000140
Title Number: VH 000140 DRINK SELLS THE DREAM
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
This video examines how alcohol is presented and promoted inour society.

VS 003814
Title Number: VS 003814 DRINKING AND DRUGGING DRIVER
Production Year: 1992 Producer: PRIDE INC Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents a review of the substance abuse problemand the roles played by Law Enforcement, Judiciary, and theDivision of Driver Licenses. (Spanish/English curriculumguide included.)

VH004165
Title Number: VH 004165 DRINKING STORIES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents true stories of college students whowere either perpetrators or victims of accidents and crimesbecause drinking destroyed judgement. The stories areinterspersed with other students boasting that theirdrinking is all just innocent fun.

VH004623
Title Number: VH 004623 DRIVING NEED: GUIDE FOR MATURE DRIVERS (TF 127)
Production Year: 1997 Producer: DSS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explores how the aging process affects drivingand what drivers can do to ensure their driving independenceas they age.

VH003439
Title Number: VH 003439 DRIVING THE AMBULANCE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents basic information on the equipment usedand driving techniques.

VH004380
Title Number: VH 004380 DROP-IN GROUP, THE
Production Year: 1996 Producer: FANLIGHT PRODUCT Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a training video which provides guidelines forplanning and facilitating one-hour group sessions on AIDSrisk and prevention. This program demonstrates successfulimplementation of a drop-in group.

VH000313
Title Number: VH 000313 DRUG AVENGERS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: US EDUCATION Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: K E
This video presents a series of cartoon adventures for youngkids focussing on the abuse of drugs and resistance of peerpressure. (Includes handbook. Also available in Spanish.)

VS 001722
Title Number: VS 001722 DRUG AVENGERS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: US EDUCATION Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: K E
This video presents a series of cartoon adventures for youngkids focussing on the abuse of drugs and resistance of peerpressure. Includes handbook. (SPANISH)

VH001034
Title Number: VH 001034 DRUG BABIES AND STUDY GUIDE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S PR
This video discussess the problems and solutions to thisepidemic as seen by treatment professionals, doctors,law-makers, Social Service Agencies, foster caregivers,educators and mothers recovering from drug addiction.

VH003724
Title Number: VH 003724 DRUG FREE ZONES
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is designed to bring together concerned citizensand representatives from local community organizatins,businesses, and government agencies to take action againstdrug trafficking and alcohol-related problems in targetedareas.

VH003305
Title Number: VH 003305 DRUG THAT POSSESSES, THE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: PRIDE Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video depicts the powerlessness one has over addictionand how life becomes unmanageable. This program definesvalues, morals, and why the need for change.

VH003969
Title Number: VH 003969 DRUGS ALCOHOL OR FREEDOM
Production Year: 1993 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: J S
This is a compelling video identifing common symptoms ofdifferent stages of drug and alcohol abuse. Teens sharereal-life testimonials lighting the ravaging impact ofalcohol, marijuana and cocaine. This program gives teens theinformation they need to prevent abuse.

VH000386
Title Number: VH 000386 DRUGS AND STUFF WITH HARV AND MARV
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K P
This animated video explains the harmful effects on a youngbody when drugs are abused.

VH003728
Title Number: VH 003728 DRUGS AND YOUTH...THE CHALLENGE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
Hosted by Michael Gross, this video provides the mostcurrent information available on drugs, alcohol, drugparaphernalia and symptoms of abuse.

VH000311
Title Number: VH 000311 DRUGS WILL DRAG YOU DOWN
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Film Ideas, Inc. Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: K
Tippy, a muppet like character, offers suggestions to a boynamed Danny on how to say "NO" to drugs.

VH000338
Title Number: VH 000338 DRUGS: HOW THEY AFFECT BODY CHEMISTRY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program highlights the ways in which drugs from aspirinto cocaine affect and interact with the natural functioningof the human system.

VH003702
Title Number: VH 003702 DRUNK DRIVING: A COLLISION COURSE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: SYNDISTAR INC Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
This video clearly explains the effects of alcohol on thebody and discusses the "alcohol equivalency factor",stressing a drink is a drink and even one drink can be toomuch.

VH004162
Title Number: VH 004162 DUDLEY AND DEE DEE IN NUTRITION LAND
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ADA Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: N K
In this video Dudley the Dinosaur and his sister Dee Deetake an educational journey through Nutrition Land wherethey learn about the food groups and how they impact dentalhealth.

VS 004835
Title Number: VS 004835 DUDLEY AND DEE DEE IN NUTRITION LAND
Production Year: 1995 Producer: ADA Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: N K
In this video Dudley the Dinosaur and his sister Dee Deetake an educational journey through Nutrition Land wherethey learn about the food groups and how they impact dentalhealth.

VS 003936
Title Number: VS 003936 DUDLEY VISITS THE DENTIST (SPANISH)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: ADA Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: N K
This animated video takes Dudley the Dinosaur through avisit to the dentist. This program is geared for children ofall ages to introduce the dental team members, dentalinstruments, and what to expect at the dental office.(spanish)

VH003941
Title Number: VH 003941 DUDLEY'S CLASSROOM ADVENTURE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ADA Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: P E
This video takes kids on a fun-filled classroom adventure asDudley the Dinosaur writes a report on a healthy mouth.Topics: diet, brushing, flossing, sealants, mouthguards, andmore.

VH003938
Title Number: VH 003938 DUDLEY'S VISIT TO THE DENTIST
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ADA Running Time: 7 min. Audience Level: P E
This animated video takes Dudley the Dinosaur through avisit to the dentist. This program is geared for children ofall ages to introduce the dental team members, dentalinstruments, and what to expect at the dental office.

VH003826
Title Number: VH 003826 DUI: THE PRICE IS TOO HIGH
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents dramatic vignettes to make clear thelife-altering legal consequences of a DUI (driving under theinfluence). Stories of three young first-time offenders aretypical, none had an accident, weren't driving reckless forkicks-but were dangerous behind the wheel.

VH003935
Title Number: VH 003935 DUI: THE PRICE IS TOO HIGH (CLOSED CAPTIONED)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents dramatic vignettes to make clear thelife-altering legal consequences of a DUI (driving under theinfluence). Stories of three young first-time offenders aretypical, none had an accident, weren't driving reckless forkicks, but were dangerous behind the wheel. (ClosedCaptioned)

VH004049
Title Number: VH 004049 DUSTY THE DRAGON AND DR. MARGIE TALK ABOUT TOBACCO
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ETR ASSOCIATES Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: K P
This video teaches social resistance skills with a mix ofanimation, live action, and a hit anti-tobacco rap song.Children learn to say no to tobacco and yes to good health.

VH004131
Title Number: VH 004131 DYING FOR A SMOKE
Production Year: 1993 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 39 min. Audience Level: J A
This program bluntly answers questions about smoking,awakening viewers out of long-conditioned apathy andexamines the effect of lifelong smoking. This expertlycrafted video will jolt the viewer into a more activeawareness of what tobacco smoke can do.

VH004093
Title Number: VH 004093 DYING FOR LOVE... W/FATHER SAL MIRAGLIA AND FAMILY MYSTIFICATION...WITH JOHN BRADSHAW
Production Year: 1994 Producer: RECORDED CONFERE Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
Father Sal assists participants in examining the emotional,spiritual, and psychological dimensions of choosing to be anaddictions counselor. Bradshaw will define familymystification and the relationship to substance addiction.

VH004393
Title Number: VH 004393 DYING IS NOT AN OPTION
Production Year: 1998 Producer: HUMAN RELATIONS Running Time: 56 min. Audience Level: J S
This video provides a complete lesson plan for teachingabout depression and suicide prevention and presentsvignettes depicting various contributing factors forsuicide. This program includes a teacher's resource book andstudent handouts.

VH004775
Title Number: VH 004775 DYING WISH (48 HOURS) (TF 135)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents a CBS, 48 Hours Special concerning theemotional roller coaster family members and doctors mustface concerning the decision to allow a patient to die. Theprogram documents family members as they struggle withdecisions regarding how far they should go to keep theirloved ones alive and when to stop treatment and allow themto pass away.

VH003516
Title Number: VH 003516 DYSRHYTHMIA RECOGNITION
Production Year: 1999 Producer: Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents basic cardiology including the basics ofEKG recognition and a solid overview of the variouscomponents of the EKG.

VH004450
Title Number: VH 004450 EAGAHBEDD (Eat a good and healthy breakfast everyday)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: NAT DAIRY CO Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: K E
Dottie is famished because she hasn't had breakfast yet.When she orders breakfast, she discovers that all the foodin Weinerville has been stolen. Eric Von FirstenSecond, thespace villain, admits that he stole the food as part of hisevil plan to take over Weinerville. Commander Ozonediscovers the components of healthy breakfast foods from thefive food groups and sets off for the Milky Way to get foodfor Weinerville.

VH003843
Title Number: VH 003843 EARLY CHILD CARE AND EDUCATION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: S A
This video illustrates the important benefits of earlychildhood education and presents advice on early childhoodeducation programs.

VH004831
Title Number: VH 004831 EARLY CHILDHOOD CARIES: ORAL HEALTH 2000
Production Year: 2000 Producer: ORAL HEALTH Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video is in English and then in Spanish. The programdemonstrates how to inspect your baby's teeth for toothdecay and explains what steps to take to prevent tooth decayin the future.

VH000365
Title Number: VH 000365 EARLY WARNING: RECOGNIZING THE SIGNS OF ADDICTIONS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program offers valuable information on drug abuse signsand symptoms to anyone involved with young people. The firststep for both parents and children is to stop denial of druguse.

VH003578
Title Number: VH 003578 EAT FOR HEALTH
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Britannica Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: K E
This video emphasizes the importance of choosing a varietyof foods and explains how nutrients and minerals supplied bythe food we eat are used for different purposes by ourbodies.

VH004635
Title Number: VH 004635 EATING DEFENSIVELY: FOOD SAFETY ADVICE FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (TF 178)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video demonstrates food safety techniques for personswith AIDS and for food service organizations preparing foodfor AIDS patients.

VH004473
Title Number: VH 004473 EATING DISORDERS AND ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: ICSN Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents information on the symptoms of eatingdisorders such as anorexia and bulimia.

VH004310
Title Number: VH 004310 EATING DISORDERS: WHAT CAN YOU DO
Production Year: 1999 Producer: NCAA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
Being well informed about eating disorders is especiallyimportant for those who influence student-athletes duringtheir college careers. This program will assist coaches,medical personnel, and administration in understanding theunderlying causes of eating disorders, recognizing thewarning signs, and planning appropriate action.

VH004313
Title Number: VH 004313 EATING DISORDERS: WHEN FOOD HURTS
Production Year: 1999 Producer: AIMS Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J A
This video discusses the diseases of anorexia and bulimiaand provides the warning signs, physical danger, treatmentand hope for recovery. This program provides insights as towhy teenagers have developed these debilitating illnesses.

VH003572
Title Number: VH 003572 EATING HEALTHY FOR HEART HEALTH
Production Year: 1990 Producer: TURNER EDUCATION Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: A
Carolyn O'Neil takes a realistic look at nutritionguidelines aimed at controlling fat intake and how to reducecholesterol levels.

VH000777
Title Number: VH 000777 EATING HEALTHY FOR KIDS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Educational Serv Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: S A
Carolyn O'Neil looks at various ways to encourage childrento learn and practice good nutrition habits.

VH000781
Title Number: VH 000781 EATING HEALTHY FOR LIFE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Turner Education Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: A
Carolyn O'Neil visits creative chefs as they cook up healthygourmet foods and learn from people whose lives have beenchanged through good nutrition and fitness.

VH003510
Title Number: VH 003510 EATING HEALTHY FOR SPORTS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Turner Multimedi Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video illustrates how to develop good eating habits tocompliment your exercise routine. Whether a weekend athleteor a serious contender, this video and guide can helpwould-be athletes avoid the pitfalls brought on by physicalexertion and plan for a well balanced diet.

VH003508
Title Number: VH 003508 EATING HEALTHY FOR THE BEST YEARS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Turner Multimedi Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: A
This video focuses on diet and nutrition tips for thoseentering their later years and demonstrates how seniors canincorporate nutrition and fitness into their daily routines.

VH000778
Title Number: VH 000778 EATING HEALTHY FOR WEIGHT CONTROL
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Educational Serv Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A
Carolyn O'Neil takes a look at nutrition tips aimed atreducing calorie and fat intake in various settings.

VH003511
Title Number: VH 003511 EATING HEALTHY ON A BUDGET
Production Year: 1992 Producer: Turner Multimedi Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video demonstrates how to stretch your food budget byapplying a few easy shopping tips and techniques to ensurelow-cost nutritional sound cooking. This program is idealfor high school classes or families.

VH000779
Title Number: VH 000779 EATING HEALTHY WHEN DINING OUT
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Educational Serv Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: S A
Carolyn O'Neil offers valuable nutrition tips for everydining out occasion as she makes her rounds of fabulousFrench cuisine in fine restaurants and your favorite fastfood stop.

VH000611
Title Number: VH 000611 EATING RIGHT WITH HARV AND MARV
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Higgins Producti Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: N P
(2nd Edition) Harv and Marv discover the facts of goodnutrition. They learn about the basic food groups and how toapply their knowledge to the selection of lunches andnourishing snacks.

VH004008
Title Number: VH 004008 ECG RECOGNITION
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ACLS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video introduces basic ECG principles, explains theconduction system to the heart, and the heart's normalelectrical activity through anatomical illustrations.

VH003687
Title Number: VH 003687 EDDIE WAS HERE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: WHALLEY Running Time: 32 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents a tragic story of a teenage boy'sstruggle with alcohol and drug abuse. This is the perfecttrigger video to help young people and their parentsrecognize the danger signals, identify peer pressure, andexamine quality of relationships.

VH004810
Title Number: VH 004810 EDUCATED CAREGIVER SERIES: COPING SKILLS (TF 165A)
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program series is aimed at educating caregivers. Thisvideo presents coping skills.

VH004812
Title Number: VH 004812 EDUCATED CAREGIVER SERIES: ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE (TF 165C)
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program series is aimed at educating caregivers. Thisvideo presents the essential knowledge for caregiving.

VH004811
Title Number: VH 004811 EDUCATED CAREGIVER SERIES: HANDS-ON SKILLS (TF 165B)
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program series is aimed at educating caregivers. Thisvideo presents hands-on skills.

VH004636
Title Number: VH 004636 EGG HANDLING AND SAFETY (TF 194)
Production Year: Producer: EGG BOARD Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video discusses egg storage, preparation, and service.The program demonstrates how to properly cook an egg at theappropriate times and temperatures to prevent salmonellacontamination. This program is produced by the American EggBoard.

VH004528
Title Number: VH 004528 ELDER ABUSE: FIVE CASE STUDIES (TF 186)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 43 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explores the issues regarding abuse through thepersonal views of five different victims. Their candor intelling about their situation gives insight into theambivalent feelings of abused individuals. Through theirstruggle participants can see various intervention options.

VH004524
Title Number: VH 004524 ELDERLY ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN THE FAMILY: PART 1, THE HIDDEN SORROW (TF 71A)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: PR
This video gives specific examples of abuse through thepersonal views of victims who tell of their struggle withabusive situations.

VH004527
Title Number: VH 004527 ELDERLY ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN THE FAMILY: PART 2, IN PURSUIT OF A LIFE WITHOUT VIOLENCE (TF 71B)
Production Year: 1998 Producer: DSS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: PR
This video documents four cases of intervention. The programexamines the basics of assessment, service, plandevelopment, coordination of services, use of the legalsystem, and development of client trust.

VH004532
Title Number: VH 004532 ELDERLY ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN THE FAMILY: PART 3, DIFFICULT CHOICES (TF 71C)
Production Year: 1998 Producer: DSS Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
This video examines the client's right to self-determinationverses the worker's desire to protect the client and theresulting frustration for the worker when the client choosesto remain in an abusive situation.

VH000117
Title Number: VH 000117 ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: J A
This film is a dramatization of the denial and secrecy thatpervades life in an alcoholic home or any other type ofdysfunctional family.

VH004729
Title Number: VH 004729 ELVIRA'S PLIGHT (TF 15)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents short dramatizations of an elderly womanconfined to a wheel chair in a long term care setting. Eachskit shows her being neglected in ways that violate herrights. After each skit there is a break in the program fordiscussion regarding what took place.

VH001178
Title Number: VH 001178 EMERGENCY MEDICAL UPDATE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 36 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents live footage of hazardous materialemergencies, explains the health risks of hazardousmaterials and identifies OSHA requirements and other safetystandards to follow.

VH003808
Title Number: VH 003808 EMOTIONAL ABUSE: HOW TO COPE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J A
This program dramatizes three emotional abuse situations.Each situation offers valuable insight into the problemsconfronting teenagers and ways in which they can beresolved.

VH004221
Title Number: VH 004221 EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT: THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: A
This program discusses the symptoms and causes of postpartumdepression in new mothers and new fathers and provides tipsfor reducing stressful situations.

VH000820
Title Number: VH 000820 EMOTIONAL ASPECTS OF PREGNANCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Altschul Group Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
This video prepares the expectant parents for emotionalchanges. The experiences of two expectant couples and of onesingle expectant mother are shown.

VH004407
Title Number: VH 004407 EMOTIONAL CHOICES: NOT JUST A BODY
Production Year: 1999 Producer: AGC Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
This video discusses how sexual choices affect us not onlyphysically but emotionally as well. The program explores theimpact of becoming sexually active and defines riskybehaviors such as the use of alcohol. (Includes teacher'sguide and blackline masters.)

VH000337
Title Number: VH 000337 EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE: A MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION PROGRAM
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: PR
This program provides a four-step intervention plan thatallows managers and supervisors to take actions that areresponsible and effective.

VH001706
Title Number: VH 001706 EMT DEFIBRILLATION
Production Year: 1988 Producer: VTR Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a video regarding the use of EMT-Defibrillation.This program reviews rhythms and demonstrates the use ofmanual devices.

VH004730
Title Number: VH 004730 ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS OVERVIEW (TF 87)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 90 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents the December 12, 1994 Health CareFinancing Administration (HCFA) satellite broadcast. Thebroadcast gives a brief overview of the Medicare andMedicaid Programs Survey and also overviews theCertification and Enforcement of Skilled Nursing Facilitiesand Nursing Facilities Regulation which was published as afinal rule in the Federal Register on November 10. This ruleis effective July 7, 1995.

VH004480
Title Number: VH 004480 ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY IN SCHOOL FOODSERVICE PART I
Production Year: 1996 Producer: NSFSMI Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a seminar that gives information onenhancing productivity in school foodservice, servinghealthy meals, maintaining empowered employees, andoperating financially sound programs.

VH004481
Title Number: VH 004481 ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY IN SCHOOL FOODSERVICE PART II
Production Year: 1996 Producer: NSFSMI Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents part 2 of a seminar that givesinformation on enhancing productivity in school food-service, serving healthy meals, maintaining empoweredemployees, and operating financially sound programs.

VH004817
Title Number: VH 004817 ENTERAL/PARENTERAL NUTRITION NEEDS (TF 94)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: DSS Running Time: 31 min. Audience Level: PR
This program examines the nutritional needs of the elderly,stressing equipment and nutrition products. Demonstration oftechniques and equipment are presented by experts in thefield.

VH004588
Title Number: VH 004588 ENTEROSTOMAL THERAPY/ADVANCES IN CARE (TF 28)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: PR
This video demonstrates current techniques and ideas aboutskin and stoma care for ostomy clients. It includes meetingnutritional needs of the client. This program is approvedfor 2 contact hours.

VH003637
Title Number: VH 003637 EPIDEMIC CONTINUES: KIDS, DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MTI Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S A
Collin Siedor narrates an impressing commentary of theepidemic of kids on drugs and alcohol.

VH000087
Title Number: VH 000087 EPIDEMIC: DEADLIEST WEAPON IN AMERICA
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: S A
This is a hard-hitting program that examines the statisticsof the most unpredictable killer in recent history; thedrunk driver. This video is intended to stimulate thoughtand discussion among viewers; better yet, it may save lives.

VH004228
Title Number: VH 004228 EPIDEMIOLOGY/PREVENTION (PT 1) OF VACCINE-PREVENTABLE DISEASES
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 240 min. Audience Level: PR
This program contains two videos with up-to-date informationon principles of vaccination, general recommendations, andchildhood immunization initiatives.

VH004229
Title Number: VH 004229 EPIDEMIOLOGY/PREVENTION (PT 2) OF VACCINE-PREVENTABLE DISEASES
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 240 min. Audience Level: PR
This program contians two videos with up-to-date informationon diphtheria, tetnus, pertussis, and polio vaccines.

VH004230
Title Number: VH 004230 EPIDEMIOLOGY/PREVENTION (PT 3) OF VACCINE-PREVENTABLE DISEASES
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 240 min. Audience Level: PR
This program contains two videos with up-to-date informationon measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella vaccines.

VH004231
Title Number: VH 004231 EPIDEMIOLOGY/PREVENTION (PT 4) OF VACCINE-PREVENTABLE DISEASES
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 240 min. Audience Level: PR
This program contains two videos with up-to-date informationon hepatitis B, haemophilus influenzae type B (HIB),influenza, pneumococcal disease vaccines, and adultimmunizations.

VH000389
Title Number: VH 000389 EPITAPH FOR A DRUG USER
Production Year: 1991 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
In this video four teenagers speak to the Audience fromtheir graves. They take the Audience back to how theirdeaths were caused by drug abuse.

VH004731
Title Number: VH 004731 ETHICS AND GERONTOLOGICAL NURSE RESEARCH (TF 58)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: DSS Running Time: 90 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explores the dilemmas confronting a nurse whiledoing research in a long term care facility.

VH004545
Title Number: VH 004545 ETHICS COMMITTEES: ALLIES IN LONG TERM CARE (TF 189)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 33 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video addresses complex ethical issues that anadministrator and staff must face regarding the care of aresident and the concerns of family members. Differentsituations are introduced to a group of experts who discussand explore various options and illustrate how an ethicscommittee can negotiate through a diversity of personalvalues, morals and professional perspectives.

VH004732
Title Number: VH 004732 EVACUATION OF HEALTH CARE FACILITIES (TF 226)
Production Year: 2000 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides the knowledge nursing home staff need torender immediate and effective assistance to those in theircare. The program gives an overview regarding activating thefire alarm system, evacuation and relocation of residents.

VH003875
Title Number: VH 003875 EVERY PARENT'S NIGHTMARE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MTI FILM Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video details cases of sexual molestation of childrenand resolves three popularly held misconceptions about thesecrimes and their perpetrators.

VH004107
Title Number: VH 004107 EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS: DRUG FREE SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: UMVN Running Time: 120 min. Audience Level: A
This video shows how the community, in colaboration withschools, can work together to have a drug free environment.

VH004108
Title Number: VH 004108 EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS: IS IT EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS?
Production Year: 1993 Producer: UMVN Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a teleconference on how communities canjoin together to fight against drug abuse in target areas.

VH004109
Title Number: VH 004109 EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS: PROACTIVE PREVENTION - BUILDING RESILIENCY IN YOUTH
Production Year: 1993 Producer: UMVN Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video covers a teleconference presentation on theprograms available for school and communities for buildingresiliency in youth.

VH004655
Title Number: VH 004655 EVERYBODY'S DOING IT (TF 111)
Production Year: 1988 Producer: DSS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video focuses on the medical and social aspects ofaging. The financial well-being of the elderly is exploredas well as their quality of life.

VH004563
Title Number: VH 004563 EVERYONE WINS: A FAMILY GUIDE TO RESTRAINT-FREE CARE (TF 128H)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series aimed at managing thequality of care of nursing home residents with dementiawithout the use of restraints.

VH004557
Title Number: VH 004557 EVERYONE WINS: MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE (TF 128A)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 66 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video introduces a program aimed at providing qualitycare to nursing home residents without using restraints. Itwas developed to give staff the needed skills to improve thequality of care in all long term care facilities by gettingto know their residents better and meeting their uniqueneeds.

VH004539
Title Number: VH 004539 EVERYONE WINS: MODUALE II - UP AND ABOUT (TF 128C)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents "module two" of a program series aimedat managing the quality of care of nursing home residentswith dementia without using restraints.

VH004558
Title Number: VH 004558 EVERYONE WINS: MODULE 1- THE NEW RESIDENT (TF 128B)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a program series aimed at managing thequality of care of nursing home residents with dementiawithout using restraints.

VH004559
Title Number: VH 004559 EVERYONE WINS: MODULE III - WORKING WITH RESIDENTS WHO WANDER (TF 128D)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents "module three" in a program series aimedat managing the quality of care of nursing home residentswith dementia without using restraints.

VH004560
Title Number: VH 004560 EVERYONE WINS: MODULE IV - GETTING HIT, GRABBED, AND THREATENED (TF 128E)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents "module four" of a program series aimedat managing the quality of care of nursing home residentswith dementia without using restraints.

VH004561
Title Number: VH 004561 EVERYONE WINS: MODULE V - STAYING RESTRAINT FREE, EVENINGS, NIGHTS, AND WEEKENDS (TF 128F)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents "module five" of a program series aimedat managing the quality of care of nursing home residentswith dementia without using restraints

VH004562
Title Number: VH 004562 EVERYONE WINS: MODULE VI - NOW THAT THE RESTRAINTS ARE OFF, WHAT DO WE DO? (TF 128G)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents "module six" of a program series aimedat managing the quality of care of nursing home residentswith dementia without using restraints.

VH004760
Title Number: VH 004760 EXCHANGE LISTS FOR MEAL PLANNING (TF 88)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: A
This video explains how Diabetes occurs and shows how dietcan control the disease. The program gives a detailedexplanation on the use of exchange lists.

VH000067
Title Number: VH 000067 EXERCISE SENIOR STYLE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A
This two part video program presents upbeat exercisesdesigned for active seniors. The activities help improveflexibility, muscle strength, coordination, balance, andoverall fitness.

VH000532
Title Number: VH 000532 FACTS OF LICE
Production Year: 1985 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E PR
This video shows what steps can be taken to prevent headlice from becoming a problem and explains how to identify aninfestation of lice. Treatment and prevention of head liceare discussed.

VH004776
Title Number: VH 004776 FALL PREVENTION (TF 271)
Production Year: 1999 Producer: DSS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A
This video explores the medical conditions that contributeto falls and why the elderly are at greater risk. Theprogram covers the physical and emotional effects of a fall,fall prevention in the home, medications, walkers andwheelchairs, emergency alarm systems, and what to do whensomeone is no longer safe at home.

VH004019
Title Number: VH 004019 FAMILIES FOR PREVENTION: PARENTING PRINCIPLES
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents five episodes of everyday familysituations with several responses considered to assist inthe development of capable children who will be betterprepared to resist alcohol and other drugs by applying fivebasic principles to these situations.

VH004020
Title Number: VH 004020 FAMILIES FOR PREVENTION: PRACTICAL PREVENTION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
This video is designed for parents concerned about keepingtheir children drug-free by providing suggestions that willassist the family in establishing regular, meaningful familymeetings.

VH004021
Title Number: VH 004021 FAMILIES FOR PREVENTION: VIDEO TEST
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
In this video experts review the causes of experimentationand abuse of alcohol and drugs. A twenty question quizreflects the risk a family may have.

VH000230
Title Number: VH 000230 FAMILIES: GROWING AND CHANGING
Production Year: 1991 Producer: CORONET/MTI FILM Running Time: min. Audience Level: N K
Squirt and Spinner exhibit a lively curiosity that elicitanswers to all kinds of questions children may not feel freeto ask real doctors. This video helps children investigatebasic health, safety, and guidance topics.

VH003718
Title Number: VH 003718 FAMILY EXPERIENCE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: LEARNER MANAGED Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: A PR
This is a two part video on the emotional experiences offamilies whose infants are at risk for developmentaldisabilities because of prematurity or other conditions inthe first year of life.

VH004096
Title Number: VH 004096 FAMILY PRESERVATION SERVICES...W/MARY JIORDANO & BUILDING COMMUNITY...W/DR. JOHN MILES
Production Year: 1994 Producer: RECORDED CONFERE Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video focuses on working with multi-problem, high-riskfamilies with children at risk of removal from the homebecause of abuse, neglect, and delinquent behavior. Theprogram also addresses substance abuse treatment.

VH004312
Title Number: VH 004312 FAMILY TRAP
Production Year: 1988 Producer: ONSITE Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: A
This video focuses on treatment for the alcoholic andhis/her family to ensure positive steps toward recovery forall family members.

VH003522
Title Number: VH 003522 FARM MACHINERY ACCIDENTS
Production Year: Producer: Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents rescue procedures involving farmmachinery. The program demonstrates several differentaccidents involving farm equipment and explains the properprocedures for each situation including amputation andentrapment.

VH004227
Title Number: VH 004227 FAST FOOD: CAN YOUR BALANCED DIET SURVIVE FAST FOOD?
Production Year: 1991 Producer: THE LEARNING SEE Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: J S
This video provides information on how to eat at fast foodrestaurants and still maintain a balanced diet.

VH000729
Title Number: VH 000729 FAST FOOD: WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Churchill Films Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: E J
This video presents an entertaining story revealing how highfat, sugar, and calorie levels in many fast foods areunhealthy. This program provides suggestions for youngpeople on selecting a healthier diet.

VH000631
Title Number: VH 000631 FAST FOODS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: E A
This video is designed to teach wise nutritional selectionwhen eating at fast food franchises. The program makes itclear that eating at fast food stands and junk food are notsynonymous - it is possible to maintain a balanced diet.Various types of fast food meals are examined from anutritional viewpoint and recommendations are made to assistin obtaining balanced nutrition.

VH000325
Title Number: VH 000325 FAST FORWARD FUTURE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: WEST WOODS INST. Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: E
This program is a dynamic, science fiction video adventuredesigned to discourage children from experimenting withillegal drugs.

VH000756
Title Number: VH 000756 FAT FILM, THE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Film and Video Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J A
This video shows viewers how and why diets high in fat areinjurious to their health. The program explains how tocalculate the amount of fat in a product and how tosubstitute healthy low-fat foods.

VH004029
Title Number: VH 004029 FDA/USDA FOOD LABELS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: FOOD AND DRUG AD Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: J A
This video explains the reasoning behind the food labelingchanges and illustrates the label's features.

VH000767
Title Number: VH 000767 FEEDING A TODDLER: LILY GETS HER MONEY'S WORTH
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video provides a variety of food options formaintaining a high level of nutrition on a strict budget.(Also available in Spanish.)

VS 003627
Title Number: VS 003627 FEEDING A TODDLER: LILY GETS HER MONEY'S WORTH
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video provides a variety of food options formaintaining a high level of nutrition on a strict budget.(SPANISH)

VH004247
Title Number: VH 004247 FEEDING WITH LOVE AND GOOD SENSE: FULL PROGRAM
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: S A
This video includes all four segments of the "Feeding With Love and Good Sense Series" (The Infant, The Older Baby, TheToddler and The Preschooler). This program presents methodsfor successful feeding.

VH000166
Title Number: VH 000166 FEEDING WITH LOVE AND GOOD SENSE: INFANT
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Ellen Satter, R. Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses helpful things done by the parent orcaregiver during bottle feeding or breastfeeding.

VH000741
Title Number: VH 000741 FEEDING WITH LOVE AND GOOD SENSE: OLDER BABY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Ellen Satter, R. Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses the signs of readiness to determinewhen to introduce solid foods.

VH000743
Title Number: VH 000743 FEEDING WITH LOVE AND GOOD SENSE: PRESCHOOLER
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Ellen Satter, R. Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explains the process of introducing a variety offoods to children and defines how children learn to likenutritious foods.

VH000742
Title Number: VH 000742 FEEDING WITH LOVE AND GOOD SENSE: TODDLER
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Ellen Satter, R. Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
Parents developing healthy eating habits and behaviors ofchildren are shown.

VH004618
Title Number: VH 004618 FEELING GOOD WITH ARTHRITIS (TF 154)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents a comprehensive program for thearthritis sufferer including diet, exercise, and medicaltreatment. This program was developed in cooperation withthe American College of Rheumatology. (This video has nosound for the first 2-3 minutes>)

VH003889
Title Number: VH 003889 FEELING YES, FEELING NO - ADULT PROGRAM
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: A
This program explains the nature and scope of child sexualassault and provides an understanding of what an adult mustdo once confided in by an assaulted child.

VH003886
Title Number: VH 003886 FEELING YES, FEELING NO - PART 1
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E
This video teaches children basic skills that buildself-worth, confidence, and good judgment. This program willprovide the necessary foundation for self-protection throughexplaining the difference between a good touch and a badtouch.

VH003887
Title Number: VH 003887 FEELING YES, FEELING NO - PART 2
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E
This video defines YES and NO feelings and goes on to teachchildren, through role-playing skits, how to recognizesexual assault. Children learn three simple questions theycan ask themselves to ensure their own safety.

VH003888
Title Number: VH 003888 FEELING YES, FEELING NO - PART 3
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: E
This video defines sexual assault by family members or othertrusted persons and provides methods on how to protect theirintegrity while getting help to resolve the situation andensure steps toward recovery.

VH001727
Title Number: VH 001727 FEMININE MISTAKE: NEXT GENERATION
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 32 min. Audience Level: J S
This sequel to "The Feminine Mistake" shows how young women,who have been persuaded to smoke, are suffering theconsequences of their decision.

VH000131
Title Number: VH 000131 FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME AND FETAL ALCOHOL EFFECT: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Altschul Group C Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video documents the physiological effects and permanentdamage of alcohol on an unborn fetus and examines thepotential challenges and handicaps experienced by thechildren.

VH003466
Title Number: VH 003466 FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME: ADOLESCENCE AND THE FUTURE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: ALSCHUL GROUP Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video gives the consequences of a child born with fetalalcohol syndrome.

VH000133
Title Number: VH 000133 FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME: ASSESSMENT AND THE EARLY YEARS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Altschul Group C Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides techniques to care for infants and youngchildren who have been diagnosed with FAS.

VH004097
Title Number: VH 004097 FETAL DEVELOPMENT: A NINE MONTH JOURNEY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents truly magnificent photographic footageof the inutero process throughout the nine months of anormal pregnancy. Also learn why it's absolutely necessaryfor women to remain drug-free throughout their pregnancy.

VH000602
Title Number: VH 000602 FIGHTING BACK: TEENAGE DEPRESSION
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Sunburst Communi Running Time: 44 min. Audience Level: J A
This is a presentation on how teens learn to confront theirangry feelings and low self esteem and retain control oftheir lives.

VH004376
Title Number: VH 004376 FIGHTING FOR OUR LIVES: WOMEN CONFRONTING AIDS
Production Year: 1996 Producer: CTR FOR WOMEN PO Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: S A
This video portrays the strengths and strategies of women ofcolor who are leaders in confronting HIV disease. Theprogram presents images of self-empowerment and sisterhoodas women shape programs to meet women's needs in thestruggle against AIDS.

VH004689
Title Number: VH 004689 FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION OF THE ELDERLY (TF 259)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DSS Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explains how to identify the various forms offinancial abuse of older adults by sales people, by serviceproviders, and by family members or "friends". The programalso shows how to prevent such abuse.

VH000126
Title Number: VH 000126 FINDING OUT: CAMPUS ALCOHOL ABUSE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Kinetic Inc. Running Time: 31 min. Audience Level: A
This video offers realistic portrayals of how alcoholpervades campus life and the great negative role it can playin many lives.

VH004032
Title Number: VH 004032 FINE LINE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ORACLE Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: J A
This video shows the permanent injuries to the bodyresulting from the consumption of marijuana and/or alcohol.

VH003782
Title Number: VH 003782 FIRE - NOT IN MY HOUSE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ALFRED HIGGINS P Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: E A
This video defines potentially dangerous situations in ahome that could create a fire and provides viewers withinformation on which home conditions present serious firethreats.

VH004721
Title Number: VH 004721 FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS (TF 266)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explains the different types of fire alarmsystems found in large buildings, reviews the majorcomponents, and demonstrates the inspections and tests thatare required to ensure a functioning system.

VH004734
Title Number: VH 004734 FIRE IN AMERICA (TF 24)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video gives an overview of tragic incidents that havelead to breakthroughs in fire fighting, fire protection, andregulations.

VH004735
Title Number: VH 004735 FIRE POWER (TF 126)
Production Year: 2000 Producer: DSS Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explains what happens as fire develops andspreads throughout a house. The program highlights theeffectiveness of residential sprinklers in controlling fireand minimizing damage.

VH003783
Title Number: VH 003783 FIRE SAFETY WITH HARV AND MARV
Production Year: 1991 Producer: ALFRED HIGGINS P Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K E
In this video viewers will become aware of basic rules forprotecting themselves and others in case of fire byexplaining what to do - (1) if their clothes catch on fire,(2) if a fire breaks out in the house, (3) proper use ofphone to report fire, and (4) how to prevent fire.

VH004736
Title Number: VH 004736 FIRE SAFETY: GETTING OUT ALIVE (TF 244)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents a guide for preparing for a fire in aworkplace environment and how to exit safely.

VH004733
Title Number: VH 004733 FIRE: COUNTDOWN TO DISASTER (TF 198)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides basic knowledge of fire safety and thedangers of fire growth.

VH003453
Title Number: VH 003453 FIRE: TWO WAYS OUT
Production Year: 1989 Producer: CORONET/MTI FILM Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
This program shows a family how to plan in advance and itmotivates viewers to do so by asking the question "If there were a fire in your home, would you know what to do?"

VH003468
Title Number: VH 003468 FIRST AID FOR LITTLE PEOPLE WITH HARV AND MARV
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K P
This video defines the meaning of first aid, emphasizes theneed for children to obtain assistance of an older person inan emergency, and explains the correct use of the phone inan emergency. Basic first aid methods are carefullydetailed.

VH004439
Title Number: VH 004439 FIRST AID FOR SCHOOLS: INITIAL RESPONSE
Production Year: 1993 Producer: COASTAL Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides basic first aid procedures and standarduniversal precautions. The program explains that accidentscan happen, even at school, and it is critical to know howto care for an injured student in those first few momentsafter an accident occurs.

VH000766
Title Number: VH 000766 FIRST FOODS: LILY FEEDS HER INFANT
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This program explains the dietary needs of infants and howthese needs change drastically within a baby's first year.Also available in Spanish.

VS 003628
Title Number: VS 003628 FIRST FOODS: LILY FEEDS HER INFANT
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This program explains the dietary needs of infants and howthese needs change drastically within a baby's first year.(SPANISH)

VH001974
Title Number: VH 001974 FIRST ON THE SCENE: HAZARDOUS MATERIAL
Production Year: 1995 Producer: CHEMICAL MANUFAC Running Time: 32 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a hazardous materials incident withFirst Responder's safety considerations. This program goeswell with the standard EMT course.

VH004829
Title Number: VH 004829 FIRST THERE, FIRST CARE - BYSTANDER TRAINING
Production Year: 2000 Producer: TRANSPORTATION Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: J A
This video demonstrates roadside emergency care and basicfirst aid. The video explains what steps to take whenapproaching an automobile accident including what first aidsupplies to keep in your vehicle, assessing the victim,rescue breathing, and using pressure to stop bleeding.Handouts included.

VH000239
Title Number: VH 000239 FIRST THREE YEARS
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Running Time: 255 min. Audience Level: S A
This is a set of nine programs defining the seven phases ofearly development. Programs 1-8 are 25 minutes each and thesummary program is 55 minutes long.

VH003549
Title Number: VH 003549 FIRST TWO YEARS: WHAT LILY LEARNED
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Altschul Group C Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: S A
In this video, Lily, a young mother, joins a support groupof other new mothers. She learns many things from thesewomen including what she can expect from her daughter atvarious stages of development.

VH000808
Title Number: VH 000808 FITNESS
Production Year: 1982 Producer: PERFORMANCE Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: A
This self help video covers cardiovascular fitness,stretching, building muscular strength and "sneaking"exercises.

VH004617
Title Number: VH 004617 FITNESS AND WELLNESS FOR THE SENIOR CITIZEN (TF 61)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video stresses the importance of developing regularexercise and maintenance programs for seniors. The programpresents a variety of activities seniors can use to maintainphysical fitness. The importance of watching fat andcholesterol intake is discussed as well.

VH000802
Title Number: VH 000802 FITNESS FUN
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: N K
Spinner and his sister Squirt explain that any activity weuse our muscles for is exercise.

VH004737
Title Number: VH 004737 FLU AND PNEUMONIA IMMUNIZATION IN NURSING HOMES (TF 176)
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents the Centers for Medicare and MedicaidServices Satellite Broadcast. The purpose of this broadcastis to educate state agency surveyors and health careproviders on the Flu and Pneumonia Immunization in nursinghomes.

VH000223
Title Number: VH 000223 FLUORIDATION: THE FACTS AND THE CHALLENGE
Production Year: 1986 Producer: ADA Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: S A
This video stresses the importance of fluoridated water foroptimal dental health. The approval of water fluoridation bythe U.S. Government and other health care agencies isdiscussed.

VH004512
Title Number: VH 004512 FOCUS ON HEALTH: UNDERSTANDING DIABETES
Production Year: 1997 Producer: HEALTH ED. Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents facts on diabetes using photography.

VH000768
Title Number: VH 000768 FOOD
Production Year: 1982 Producer: Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: K E
This video explains that food is essential to life andhealth. The process of hunting and growing food is presentedand the basic food groups are identified.

VH000772
Title Number: VH 000772 FOOD BEAT #1
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 6 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents an interview format with parents andcaregivers and outlines different concerns that can arisewhen feeding children. This program also expresses the needfor using methods of reward for children other than food.

VH000773
Title Number: VH 000773 FOOD BEAT #2
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 7 min. Audience Level: A
Parents and caregivers are interviewed about concerns infeeding children. Food jags, picky eaters, and introducingnew foods are discussed.

VH000758
Title Number: VH 000758 FOOD FOR LEARNING
Production Year: 1989 Producer: HFA INC Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents different nutrition related activitiesfor the day care environment and expresses the importance ofplanning, child development, safety, and skill development.

VH004251
Title Number: VH 004251 FOOD LABEL AND YOU, THE: CHECK IT OUT
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents consumers with ways to use the foodlabel quickly and easily to achieve a healthier diet andmeet their nutritional needs. This program is provided bythe Food and Drug Administration.

VH004456
Title Number: VH 004456 FOOD PYRAMID, THE: HIGH 5 FOR A HEALTHY YOU!
Production Year: 1997 Producer: NAT. DAIRY COUN Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E J
In this video teens and celebrities discuss healthydecision-making in accordance with the Food Guide Pyramid.These role models speak from thier own experiences in makinghealthful choices about how food choices and activityimprove their performance.

VH004637
Title Number: VH 004637 FOOD SAFETY FOR SENIORS (TF 269)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explores food safety for seniors who prepare foodin their home, receive home delivered meals, and eat atrestaurants.

VH000718
Title Number: VH 000718 FOOD SAFETY IS NO MYSTERY
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This video follows the pursuit of Benny, a notoriouslyunsanitary and unsafe food service worker. Includes ateacher's manual that provides methods for promoting goodfood safety.

VH003925
Title Number: VH 003925 FOOD SAFETY SHOW
Production Year: 1993 Producer: TURNER MULTIMEDI Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents facts and fictions of food safety,including how to protect against harmful pesticides andbacteria and explains the differences between organicallygrown and high-tech food products.

VH003926
Title Number: VH 003926 FOOD SERVICE
Production Year: 1993 Producer: TURNER MULTIMEDI Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: S A
With society's growing health consciousness, the foodservice industry is responding with healthy and savoryoptions. In this video the viewer will hear from chefs andothers in the food industry on how they are preparing safeand delectable menus.

VH004638
Title Number: VH 004638 FOOD SERVICE DISPOSABLES ARE INDISPENSABLE! (TF 155)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: PR
This video demonstrates how to properly store and handlefood service disposables to ensure customers are using safe,clean products. The video demonstrates the guidelines forserving meals and maintaining proper sanitation to preventfood-borne illness.

VH004446
Title Number: VH 004446 FOOD TIME
Production Year: 1995 Producer: SCHOLASTIC INC. Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P
This video will encourage children in grades 1-2 to eat avariety of foods such as fruit, grains and vegetables. Theywill also be encouraged to eat lower fat foods more oftenand be physically active. The teacher's kit includes ateacher's guide, handbook, student handouts and worksheets,two classroom posters, video, and audio tape.

VH004445
Title Number: VH 004445 FOOD WORKS
Production Year: 1995 Producer: SCHOLASTIC INC. Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E
This video will encourage children in grades 3-5 to eat avariety of foods such as fruit, grains and vegetables. Theywill also be encouraged to eat lower fat foods more oftenand be physically active. The teacher's kit includes ateacher's guide, handbook, student handouts and worksheets,two classroom posters, video, and audio tape.

VH004589
Title Number: VH 004589 FOOT AND NAIL CARE (TF 64)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
This program presents information on common problems of thehands and feet due to aging. Techniques for nail care andhand massage are demonstrated.

VH004703
Title Number: VH 004703 FOR GOODNESS SAKE (TF 9)
Production Year: 1998 Producer: DSS Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents a variety of hilarious sketches withHollywood celebrities who show why it is so important to begood to each other.

VH003740
Title Number: VH 003740 FOR YOUR PROTECTION: OSHA REGULATIONS ON BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AMERICAN MEDICAL Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: PR
This video contains the new regulations on bloodbornepathogens by the Occupational Safety and HealthAdminstration (OSHA), promising to bring broad changes inhow health care facilities cope with occupational hazards totheir employees. (Training manuals included.)

VH004133
Title Number: VH 004133 FORESIGHT: DRUG USE AND VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MEDIA GUILD Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents the portrayal of an addict whosedependence on drugs overrides his sense of reason andjudgement, leading to a disassociation from family valuesthat confuses boundaries between right and wrong, leavinghim suicidal.

VH004023
Title Number: VH 004023 FOUR PREGNANT TEENAGERS: FOUR DIFFERENT DECISIONS
Production Year: 1981 Producer: SUNBURST COMMUNI Running Time: 54 min. Audience Level: S
This video dramatizes the difficult decisions faced by unwedpregnant teenagers. The program examines the emotional,ethical, and financial problems involved in the fouroptions: adoption, marriage, single parenthood, andabortion.

VH000907
Title Number: VH 000907 FRAGILE TIME
Production Year: 1989 Producer: PERENNIAL ED. Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This video profiles three young people. Their stories revealthe warning signs of potential self destruction. The programaddresses suicide and offers methods of prevention.

VH000257
Title Number: VH 000257 FREE THE HORSES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AP INC. Running Time: 180 min. Audience Level: P
This program provides two audiovisual tapes and twentylesson plans including a plush puppet, teachers' guide,story book and song book, and colorful posters. The videospresent a self esteem adventure story for children. Itspotential to positively influence children's lives istremendous.

VH000089
Title Number: VH 000089 FRIDAY NIGHT FIVE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: S A
This presentation follows five drivers, each in a differentstage of intoxication. The Audience watches as all driversare brought together one Friday night on the same highway.

VH004711
Title Number: VH 004711 FRIENDS HELPING FRIENDS
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S
This video provides seniors with information on theappropriate use of medications, possible drug interactions,and techniques for communicating with health professionals.A study guide is included.

VH003780
Title Number: VH 003780 FROM MOTHER TO CHILD: A CYCLE OF TRAGEDY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CALIFORNIA DOH - Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: A
This video includes a discussion of HBV infection, prenatalscreening recommendations, hepatitis B immunizationrecommendations for infants, and the importance of hepatitisB vaccine for health care workers.

VH000360
Title Number: VH 000360 FROM OPIUM TO HEROIN
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Kinetic Inc. Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: S PR
This video explains opiates: classification; physiology andhistory; pharmacology; tolerance; withdrawal; overdose;AIDS; and recovery.

VH003899
Title Number: VH 003899 FROM THE HEART OF A CHILD
Production Year: 1993 Producer: WALLEY ASSOCIATE Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: A PR
This is a documentary-style awareness video for thoseworking with Native American youth and their families whoare in substance abuse prevention and intervention.

VH004126
Title Number: VH 004126 FRONT PAGE CRUSADE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: CORVISION $295 Running Time: 48 min. Audience Level: A
An ABC News Special documents the Chicago Tribune's coverageof 61 murder stories of children during the entire year of1993, alternating between brief summaries and extendedreports.

VH004457
Title Number: VH 004457 FRONTLINE: FAT
Production Year: 1997 Producer: PBS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: J A
Despite the appeals of the multi-billion dollar diet andexercise industries, the United States is getting fatter.The media bombards us with images of thin models exuding themessage that to be thin is to be beautiful. But for manybeing thin is a difficult, if not impossible, achievement.This video examines how the diet industry is contributing toour frustration over unwanted pounds and asks if one can behealthy, fit, beautiful -- and fat.

VH001699
Title Number: VH 001699 FRUITS: NATURES CANDY
Production Year: 1989 Producer: NUTRA-ED Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J A
This video contains cooking, preparation and storage, buyinginformation and the nutritional value of fresh fruit. Theprogram is complete with instruction guide and recipes.

VH004780
Title Number: VH 004780 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 13-15 NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS' GUIDE (TF 242D)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 13 to 15 of a Nurse Aidetraining series consisting of eight videos. This videocontains Unit 13: Introduction to Restorative Care, Unit 14:Lifting and Moving Residents, and Unit 15: Exercise andAmbulation.

VH004777
Title Number: VH 004777 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 1-4, NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS' GUIDE (TF 242A)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 1 to 4 of a Nurse Aide trainingseries consisting of eight videos. This video contains Unit1: Introduction to Long Term Care, Unit 2: Introduction toResidents in Long Term Care, Unit 3: Resident's Rights andIndependence, and Unit 4: The Role of the Nursing Assistantin Long Term Care.

VH004781
Title Number: VH 004781 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 16-19, NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS' GUIDE (TF 242E)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 16 to 19 of a Nurse Aidetraining series consisting of eight videos. This videocontains Unit 16: Personal Care Skills, Unit 17: AssistingResidents With Bathing, Unit 18: Skin Care, and Unit 19:Hygiene and Grooming.

VH004782
Title Number: VH 004782 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 20-22, NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS' GUIDE (TF 242F)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 20 to 22 of a Nurse Aidetraining series consisting of eight videos. This videocontains Unit 20: Nutrition, Unit 21: Hydration, and Unit22: Elimination.

VH004783
Title Number: VH 004783 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 23-25, NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS' GUIDE (TF 242G)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 23 to 25 of a Nurse Aidetraining series consisting of eight videos. This videocontains Unit 23: Vital Signs, Unit 24: Admission, Transferand Discharge, and Unit 25: Restraints.

VH004784
Title Number: VH 004784 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 26-28, NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS' GUIDE (TF 26-28)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 26 to 28 of a Nurse Aidetraining series consisting of eight videos. This videocontains Unit 26: Observing and Reporting, Unit 27: How ToHandle Death, and Unit 28: Taking Care of Yourself.

VH004778
Title Number: VH 004778 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 5-8, NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS'GUIDE (TF 242B)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 5 to 8 of a Nurse Aide trainingseries consisting of eight videos. This video includes Unit5: Resident Safety, Unit 6: Safety and Emergency Measures,Unit 7: Infection Control, and Unit 8: Communications andInterpersonal Skills.

VH004779
Title Number: VH 004779 FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE: UNIT 9-12, NURSE AIDE PARTICIPANTS' GUIDE (TF 242C)
Production Year: 1996 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This program presents units 9 to 12 of a Nurse Aide trainingseries consisting of eight videos. This video contains Unit9: Emotional Needs, Unit 10: Other Psychosocial Needs, Unit11: Care of Specific Behavior Problems, and Unit 12: Caringfor Residents with Cognitive Impairments.

VH004064
Title Number: VH 004064 FUNDAMENTALS OF GUN SAFETY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: NAT'L RIFLE ASSO Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: J A
TV stars Susan Howard and Steve Kanaly host thiseasy-to-understand presentation on simple rules everyone canremember and follow as they provide facts about basic typesof firearms and ammunition, as well as principles of safetyboth at home and afield.

VH003918
Title Number: VH 003918 FUTURE FOR YOUTH-AT-RISK: LESSONS LEARNED
Production Year: 1992 Producer: UNIV OF MO - UNI Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This video discusses the Missouri Youth Initiative (MYI)program and explains how the program helps Missouri youths.

VH000366
Title Number: VH 000366 GANGS, GUNS, GRAFFITI
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Pyramid Film & V Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J PR
This video graphically presents the consequences of gangmembership and gang violence. The truth is revealed aboutgang loyalty, guns, drug money, and graffiti.

VH004130
Title Number: VH 004130 GENERATIONAL FORGETTING
Production Year: 1993 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: S
This video offers wisdom of history and hard facts ofmedical science to help encourage and enlighten teens tobreak the chain of drug use.

VH000892
Title Number: VH 000892 GENITAL HERPES
Production Year: 1991 Producer: MILNER FENWICK Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explains how Genital Herpes develops and provideslong term management techniques that can help both thephysical and emotional upset. Actual comments from herpesvictims are included.

VH004242
Title Number: VH 004242 GERM BUSTERS, THE
Production Year: 1996 Producer: KIDSAFETY Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: K P
In this video, Kemi and Zemi of Nickelodeon's Roundhouseshow kids how to prevent picking up other people's germs orspreading their own. Sing-a-long songs help to get themessage to youngsters and encourages them to maintain goodhygiene habits at home and in school.

VH000283
Title Number: VH 000283 GET THE MESSAGE
Production Year: 1984 Producer: Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: P E
Children today are bombarded with mixed messages about drugsand alcohol. This video teaches children how to analyze thisinformation accurately.

VH004590
Title Number: VH 004590 GET UP AND GO: TREATMENT OF PARKINSON'S THROUGH EXERCISE (TF 197)
Production Year: 1986 Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents an exercise program that is an idealtool for those with Parkinson's. Emphasis is placed on theability to sit, rise, and walk.

VH004100
Title Number: VH 004100 GET UP AND MOVE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: HEALTH PROMOTION Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video working people share their reasons for notexercising. Strategies are suggested for fitting activityinto a busy schedule.

VH004253
Title Number: VH 004253 GET WITH A SAFE FOOD ATTITUDE
Production Year: 1996 Producer: MODERN TALKING P Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents safe food handling for moms-to-be. Theviewers will follow four pregnant women as they learn aboutvarious aspects of food safety, including: shopping, foodstorage, food preparation, cooking, serving, handling andreheating leftovers.

VH003951
Title Number: VH 003951 GETTING ALONG
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents a successful conflict resolution modeland explains why violence is not the only way to resolvedisputes with facts and visuals to promote skills ofconflict resolution.

VH003665
Title Number: VH 003665 GETTING BACK ON TRACK
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: PR
"Getting Back On Track" presents the management's role inearly recovery. It dramatizes the story of Ellen, a recentlypromoted manager, as she learns how to deal with a newlyrecovering chemically dependent employee.

VH004141
Title Number: VH 004141 GETTING BETTER AT GETTING ALONG
Production Year: 1992 Producer: SUNBURST COMMUNI Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: P E
Conflict resolution has been brought into our schools. Thisvideo helps students to learn simple techniques forresolving conflicts. Students can actually portray familiarsituations and suggest ways to resolve the conflicts.(Includes activity sheets.)

VS 003679
Title Number: VS 003679 GETTING IT RIGHT! USING CENTURY 560 INFANT CAR SEAT
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: S A
An informative video on the proper use of a Century 560Infant Child Safety Seat. (Available in SPANISH ONLY.)

VS 003678
Title Number: VS 003678 GETTING IT RIGHT! USING CENTURY CONVERTIBLE CAR SEAT
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
An informative video on the proper use of a CenturyConvertible Child Safety Seat. (Available in SPANISH ONLY.)

VH003664
Title Number: VH 003664 GETTING OFF THE HOOK
Production Year: 1991 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: PR
This video discusses managing employees with alcohol orother drug problems in the workplace.

VH004179
Title Number: VH 004179 GETTING ON WITH IT: A VIDEOTAPE FOR CANCER PATIENTS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CENTOCOR, DIAGNO Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A
This video, narrated by award-winning newscaster LindaEllerbee, is designed to help cancer victims cope and managelife's challenges.

VH003798
Title Number: VH 003798 GETTING SMART
Production Year: 1993 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J A
This video is designed to help students anticipate whatshould be done in a variety of situations dealing withconfrontation.

VH004466
Title Number: VH 004466 GIMME 5: CHAMPS CHOOSE VEGGIES
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P E
This video features Andrew Lang of the Atlanta Hawks and"The News Dude" who interviews children who presentinformation on nutritious vegetables. This program includesa recipe for Mamma Mia Pizza and gives tips on how to choosenutritious foods when eating out at a restaurant.

VH004471
Title Number: VH 004471 GIMME 5: FRUIT SNACKIN
Production Year: 1996 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: P E
This video features Andrew Lang of the Atlanta Hawks and"The News Dude". They conduct interviews with children whopresent information on healthy fruit snacks and give easy tofollow recipes.

VH004467
Title Number: VH 004467 GIMME 5: GO FOR THE GOAL
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P E
This video features Andrew Lang of the Atlanta Hawks and"The News Dude" who interviews children who presentinformation on nutritious vegetables. This program includesrecipes for nutritious snacks and gives suggestions on howto substitute different types of vegetables as the mainingredients.

VH004470
Title Number: VH 004470 GIMME 5: JUMP START WITH FRUIT
Production Year: 1996 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P E
This video features Andrew Lang of the Atlanta Hawks and"The News Dude". They interview children who presentinformation on the nutritional value of fruit and give arecipe for a healthy fruit snack.

VH004469
Title Number: VH 004469 GIMME 5: RAPPIN' IT UP WITH FRUITS AND VEGGIES
Production Year: 1998 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: P E
This video features Andrew Lang of the Atlanta Hawks and"The News Dude". They interview children and their parentswho explain that taste buds change as we get older. Thisprogram includes a recipe for Super Slaw.

VH004468
Title Number: VH 004468 GIMME 5: TEAM UP WITH VEGGIES
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P E
This video features Andrew Lang of the Atlanta Hawks and"The News Dude". They interview children on what thierfavorite vegetables are and how they like them prepared.This program gives tips on how to make vegetables easilyaccessable for snacking and includes a recipe for vegetabledip.

VH000460
Title Number: VH 000460 GIRL TO WOMAN
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Churchill Media Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: E J
This video illustrates and discusses the physiologicaldevelopment of the female and male reproductive systems.

VH004210
Title Number: VH 004210 GIVE YOURSELF FIVE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: WRS GROUP, INC Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E S
This video highlights daily challenges teenagers face whenmaking food selections throughout a typical day at schooland focuses on the importance of eating five fruits andvegetables each day.

VH004203
Title Number: VH 004203 GIVING YOU THE BEST THAT I GOT, BABY!
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MO-COLUM UN Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This video features singing superstar Anita Baker, whoshares with the Audience her feelings and experiences as amother and also features other mothers who speak honestlyabout breastfeeding.

VH004564
Title Number: VH 004564 GLENN'S PERSPECTIVE ON GRACE (TF 177)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video documents Glenn's 13th year and final months ofcaring for Grace. Glenn describes Grace's current conditionand the rapid decline that he is observing. He also talksabout the totality of his experience as a caregiver,commenting on such difficult subjects as knowing when youcan no longer care for someone at home. Glenn shares awealth of caregiver tips.

VH000082
Title Number: VH 000082 GLUG
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E
In this video, a 9 year old boy discovers the hazards ofdrinking. He can't go through the day without a drink and anear drowning scares him to seek help.

VH000880
Title Number: VH 000880 GONORRHEA/CHLAMYDIA
Production Year: 1990 Producer: NIMCO Running Time: 7 min. Audience Level: S A
This video provides a detailed description of Gonorrhea andChlamydia and promotes methods of prevention.

VH000619
Title Number: VH 000619 GOOD EATIN'
Production Year: 1981 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K E
This video presents Spinner and Elliott (puppets), who askDr. Jonas about proper eating habits. Representatives fromthe four major food groups explain their usefulness and arepresentative for junk food explains their importance sothat individuals can better decide what to eat.

VH000746
Title Number: VH 000746 GOOD EATING FOR THE YOUNG CHILD
Production Year: 1990 Producer: IOWA Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S PR
This video is about developing good eating habits forchildren from one to six years. This video includes a samplemenu with examples of proper food portions and nutritioussnacks.

VH004018
Title Number: VH 004018 GOOD INTENTIONS, BAD RESULTS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This video tells a story of a star basketball player who hasthe possibility for a scholarship but is jeopardizingeverything by excessive drinking, partying and fallinggrades. He is forced to face his irresponsible behavior.

VH003794
Title Number: VH 003794 GOOD VIBRATIONS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: FMS PRODUCTIONS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: E J
This video captures the attention of students with a strongno-use message and provides guidelines for personalresponsibility. Other topics include peer pressure,self-esteem, and health consequences of drug and alcoholuse.

VH004822
Title Number: VH 004822 GOOFY OVER DENTAL HEALTH
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DISNEY Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: K P
As eight-year old Kevin prepares for bed, he decides that hedoesn't need to brush his teeth. Trying to fall asleep,Kevin feels something peculiar under his pillow. A 13-inchtoothbrush. He is magically transported to a dentist'soffice where Goofy appears and he is given lessons onhealthy teeth.

VH000439
Title Number: VH 000439 GOOFY OVER HEALTH
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: N P
This video explores issues such as the importance ofexercise, nutrition, and sleep for maintaining good health.

VH004246
Title Number: VH 004246 GREAT BONE ROBBERY, THE
Production Year: 1995 Producer: MIDLAND DAIRY Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
In this video a detective from the Dairy Council is used totrack down ways to build peak bone mass to preventOsteoporosis.

VH004656
Title Number: VH 004656 GRIEVING: SUDDENLY ALONE (TF 227)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents a drama that follows the course of griefa widow expresses. The program dramatizes her reactions ofshock, denial, guilt, anger, depression, and acceptance.

VH004619
Title Number: VH 004619 GROW OLDER - FEEL YOUNGER (TF 16)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: A
In this video Victor Borge presents a humorous andinformative program about staying young through exercise.

VH000233
Title Number: VH 000233 GROWING AND LEARNING
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E
This video explains that everyone grows at his/her own speedand examines how children develop at different rates invarious aspects of height, weight, coordination, memory,problem solving, decision making, independence, and gettingalong with others.

VH003856
Title Number: VH 003856 GROWING UP
Production Year: 1987 Producer: LANDMARK FILMS I Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: E J
This video defines puberty by using animation to explain howboys and girls develop. The program describes how thephysical characteristics change with the effect of hormonesthrough illustrations of male and female anatomy.

VH004419
Title Number: VH 004419 GROWING UP FOR BOYS
Production Year: 1999 Producer: MARSH MEDIA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E
This video explains the physical changes that are a normalpart of growing up, covers the basics of male anatomy anddevelopment, and provides advice on health, hygiene, andgood grooming. (Comes with discussion guide.)

VH004420
Title Number: VH 004420 GROWING UP FOR GIRLS
Production Year: 1999 Producer: MARSH MEDIA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E
This video defines the female reproductive system, theemotional and physical changes of puberty, and theimportance of good health and hygiene. (Includes adiscussion guide.)

VH000929
Title Number: VH 000929 GROWING UP IN SMOKE
Production Year: 1984 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E S
This program focuses on the tactics used in promotingcigarette smoking to children and illustrates variousmanipulative promotional techniques used by the tobaccoindustry.

VH004396
Title Number: VH 004396 GUIDANCE FOR TEENS: ANGER, TEMPER TANTRUMS AND VIOLENT EMOTIONS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: AT RISK YOUTH Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J S
This video examines the causes of anger and violent behaviorand gives teens methods of controlling and managing anger ina positive manner.

VH004395
Title Number: VH 004395 GUIDANCE FOR TEENS: REFUSAL SKILLS FOR TEENS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: AT RISK YOUTH Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents strong refusal skills necessary forteenagers to avoid situations of drug and alcohol use,gangs, and issues involving peer pressure.

VH000096
Title Number: VH 000096 GUIDELINES FOR HELPING ALCOHOLICS
Production Year: 1980 Producer: FMS PRODUCTIONS Running Time: 48 min. Audience Level: A
Father Joseph Martin explains the general principles thathave proven successful for helping alcoholics begin recoveryfrom their disease.

VH003663
Title Number: VH 003663 HANDLE WITH CARE: PREVENTING FOOD-BORNE ILLNESS (TF 211)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: US DOH Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: PR
Two videos along with the written materials are designed tohelp food service professionals become aware of incidence,causes, and consequences of food borne illness in long-termcare facilities. Case studies are used to review actualoutbreaks.

VH000505
Title Number: VH 000505 HANDLING DIAPERING AND DRESSING
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
In this video parents learn safe and comfortable ways tolift, hold and carry newborns, techniques for diapering andcleaning boys and girls, and helpful hints for dressingtheir babies.

VH004738
Title Number: VH 004738 HANDS OF LOVE (TF 166)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video documents the needs of the elderly and puts intoperspective the life and work of The Little Sisters of ThePoor. The video explores family issues and the role ofreligion.

VH003990
Title Number: VH 003990 HANDS ON: AIRWAY ADJUNCTS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: EMS Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: PR
This video demonstrates the use of various ventilationequipment and principles of oxygen therapy with computeraided graphics, step by step demonstrations, and livefootage.

VH003991
Title Number: VH 003991 HANDS ON: BANDAGING AND SPLINTING
Production Year: 1992 Producer: BUREAU OF EMS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video shows assessment and treatment of musculoskeletalinjuries and demonstrates bandaging and splinting variousfractures.

VH003994
Title Number: VH 003994 HANDS ON: VITAL SIGNS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: BUREAU OF EMS Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: PR
This video addresses diagnostic signs and demonstratesdifferent ways to accurately measure pulse, respiration andblood pressure.

VH000213
Title Number: VH 000213 HAUNTED MOUTH
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ADA Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: E S
In this video, a haunted mouth is the setting for InvisibleB (Plaque). He boasts of conquests and displays hundreds ofteeth destroyed by dental neglect.

VH000187
Title Number: VH 000187 HAVE A HEALTHY BABY: LABOR AND DELIVERY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: S A
In this video, two families are experiencing the birth oftheir child. This film discusses some complications of laborand promotes the participation of the father during labor.

VH001531
Title Number: VH 001531 HAVE A HEALTHY BABY: PREGNANCY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: CHURCHILL MEDIA Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video explains what determines the sex and geneticmake-up of the baby along with precautions for the mother totake while pregnant. Through animation the development ofthe embryo from day one until birth is demonstrated.

VH000957
Title Number: VH 000957 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INCIDENT
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Running Time: 43 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides today's rescue and treatment personnelwith necessary information to treat and transport exposurevictims while protecting themselves, their equipment, andfacilities from contamination.

VH004785
Title Number: VH 004785 HCFA ADVANCED HOME HEALTH AGENCY TRAINING PROGRAM (TF 170A)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 98 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents part 1 of the Advanced Home HealthAgency Training Program presented February 8 - 9, 1994. Thetotal program consists of 5 videos that can be used bysurveyors as a guide to working with Home Health Agencies inthe survey process. This video presents Lou Anne Koch whospeaks on Methods and Techniques for Investigation andDecision Making in the Home Health Survey Process.

VH004786
Title Number: VH 004786 HCFA ADVANCED HOME HEALTH AGENCY TRAINING PROGRAM (TF 170B)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 72 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents part 2 of the Advanced Home HealthAgency Training Program that took place February 8 - 9,1994. The total program consists of 5 videos that can beused by surveyors as a guide to the Home Health Agencysurvey process. This video presents Carol Sylvester whogives information on infusion therapy in the homeenvironment.

VH004787
Title Number: VH 004787 HCFA ADVANCED HOME HEALTH AGENCY TRAINING PROGRAM (TF 170C)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 108 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents part 3 of the Advanced Home HealthAgency Training Program that took place February 8 - 9,1994. The total program consists of 5 videos that can beused by surveyors as a guide to the Home Health Agencysurvey process. This video presents Grace Geniusz who givesinformation for maintaining quality assurance in the homeenvironment.

VH004788
Title Number: VH 004788 HCFA ADVANCED HOME HEALTH AGENCY TRAINING PROGRAM (TF 170D)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 61 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents part 4 of the Advanced Home HealthAgency Training Program that took place February 8 - 9,1994. The total program consists of 5 videos that can beused by surveyors as a guide to the Home Health Agencysurvey process. This video presents Laura Noble who givesinformation on rehabilitation services in the homeenvironment.

VH004789
Title Number: VH 004789 HCFA ADVANCED HOME HEALTH AGENCY TRAINING PROGRAM (TF 170E)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 119 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents part 5 of the Advanced Home HealthAgency Training Program that took place February 8 - 9,1994. The total program consists of 5 videos that can beused by surveyors as a guide to the Home Health Agencysurvey process. This video presents a panel discussion onhi-tech therapy in the home environment.

VH004739
Title Number: VH 004739 HCFA SURVEYOR PROTOCOL (TF 85)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: PR
This video demonstrates the most effective approach for asuccessful entrance and exit conference interaction with theresident and staff members.

VH000118
Title Number: VH 000118 HEALING THE FAMILY WITHIN
Production Year: 1988 Producer: CONCEPT MEDIA Running Time: 44 min. Audience Level: S A
Robert Subby explains how to get along with our innerparent, adult and child of our spirit. Together these threedimensions provide us with the intellectual, moral andemotional understanding necessary to help reach our fullpotential.

VH000225
Title Number: VH 000225 HEALTH ACTION: DENTAL HEALTH
Production Year: 1987 Producer: HEALTH EDUCATION Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J A
This video demonstrates proper brushing and flossing andgives methods of preventing plaque, tooth decay, periodontaldisease, and baby bottle tooth decay.

VH004204
Title Number: VH 004204 HEALTH AND SAFETY IN FAMILY DAY CARE "HOME SAFETY"
Production Year: 1994 Producer: OHIO DOH Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: PR A
This video provides required safety measures for Home DayCare Providers. (Check list included.)

VH003713
Title Number: VH 003713 HEALTH EDUCATION FOR NON-READERS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: HEALTH PROMOTION Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: PR
This video explains how to reach people with poor readingskills who are represented in all socioeconomic groups.

VH004326
Title Number: VH 004326 HEALTH EDUCATION METHODS FOR PREGNANT SMOKERS: IMPROVING THE PROCESS AND CONTENT OF PRENATAL CARE
Production Year: 1999 Producer: MEDICAL TELEVISN Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: PR
This video is to assist professionals who administerprenatal care in setting up a program for pregnant smokers.

VH003555
Title Number: VH 003555 HEALTH: COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AIMS MEDIA $89.0 Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: N E
In this video an animated clay germ tells children how theyget sick, where germs live, and how germs spread from personto person.

VH004546
Title Number: VH 004546 HEALTHCARE CHOICES: HEALTHCARE DECISIONS (TF 246)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents guidelines to caregivers assistingpersons with developmental disabilities who are trying tomake their own healthcare choices and decisions withoutinvolving a surrogate decision maker.

VH004639
Title Number: VH 004639 HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS, INC (TF 181)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: PR
This video discusses the use of a computer in the dietarydepartment of a hospital to facilitate efficient operationand assure proper nutritional care for the patients.

VH000169
Title Number: VH 000169 HEALTHIER BABY BY BREASTFEEDING
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
In this video the viewers are provided the bestbreastfeeding techniques and shown three major points tosuccessful breastfeeding. Available in Spanish

VS 003567
Title Number: VS 003567 HEALTHIER BABY BY BREASTFEEDING
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
In this video the viewers are provided the bestbreastfeeding techniques and shown three major points tosuccessful breastfeeding. (SPANISH)

VH000763
Title Number: VH 000763 HEALTHIER CHOICES: EATING LESS FAT
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This video provides information about dietary fat. Theprogram explains how to order restaurant meals, how to shopfor foods with less fat, and how to prepare meals with lessfat at home.

VH004620
Title Number: VH 004620 HEALTHY AGING, OUR NATION'S HEALTH (TF 76)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 58 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video profiles older adults who were in poor health andwere able, through the tips and techniques mentioned in thevideo, to become more active and enjoy a greater degree offreedom. Workbook and guide included. (DHSS does not endorsethe CNA Insurance Company).

VH000069
Title Number: VH 000069 HEALTHY AGING: MODEL HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS FOR MINORITY ELDERS (TF 160)
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video profiles five successful programs for minorityelders: Hispanic, Pacific/Asian, Native American, AfricanAmerican, and Multicultural Elders.

VH004504
Title Number: VH 004504 HEALTHY DIVIDENDS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents scenarios on how viewers can budgettheir fat intake.

VH004502
Title Number: VH 004502 HEALTHY E.D.G.E. IN SCHOOLS, THE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: ASFSA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides an introduction to the goals of "The Healthy E.D.G.E. in Schools". The program is designed tobuild a team of school and community professionals that willmake the Dietary Guidelines part of the school policy.

VH004027
Title Number: VH 004027 HEALTHY FOODS, HEALTHY BABY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: PHILADELPHIA DEP Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: S
This video provides practical information about nutritionfor young pregnant women. This program follows two pregnantteens as they learn about good nutrition for themselves andtheir babies.

VS 004028
Title Number: VS 004028 HEALTHY FOODS, HEALTHY BABY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: PHILADELPHIA DEP Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: S
This video provides practical information about nutritionfor young pregnant women. This program follows two pregnantteens as they learn about good nutrition for themselves andtheir babies. Accompanied with an english translationscript. (SPANISH)

VH004761
Title Number: VH 004761 HEALTHY MEAL PLANNING (TF 108)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video discusses the basics of diet and meal planningfor the individual with Type I or Type II Diabetes.

VH000840
Title Number: VH 000840 HEALTHY MOTHER, HEALTHY BABY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: ALFRED HIGGING P Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: S A
This video emphasizes the need for the expectant mother totake care of herself long before the child is born. Areas ofemphasis include nutrition, substance abuse, exercise, andphysician visits.

VH000429
Title Number: VH 000429 HEALTHY WAY IN WONDERLAND
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 69 min. Audience Level: K P
This video follows the adventures of Tweedledee andTweedledum, and features Wonderland characters in importantlessons in cleanliness, nutrition, and physical fitness.

VH004516
Title Number: VH 004516 HEALTHY WAYS, HEALTHY DAYS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: UPJOHN Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents an easy walking program for persons withtype II diabetes as part of a total diabetes managementprogram.

VH001184
Title Number: VH 001184 HEART HEALTH: THE FIRST STEP IS DIET
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses how to prevent heart disease, explainsthe risk factors, and provides information on a healthydiet.

VS 004423
Title Number: VS 004423 HEART HEALTHY EXERCISE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides methods to stay active and get in shapeto reduce the risk of heart disease.

VH003927
Title Number: VH 003927 HEART OF THE WORLD
Production Year: 1993 Producer: TURNER MULTIMEDI Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
This video focuses on heart problems, obesity, and thenecessity for health consciousness. The program examinesproblems facing different cultures such as high death ratesfrom heart-related illness and the influence of Americanfast food on the world's children.

VH003859
Title Number: VH 003859 HEART ON A CHAIN: THE TRUTH ABOUT DATING VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MTI FILM Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S
This video examines attitudes and behavior patterns of teenmen and women who are in, or likely to become involved with,physically abusive relationships. The program illustratesdating behaviors, from abusive and controlling, to healthyand open.

VH004211
Title Number: VH 004211 HEARTCARE PROGRAM SERIES, THE (4 VIDEO TAPE CLASSES)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: A
This program educates viewers on nutrition and a low fatdiet providing an overview of cholesterol-loweringprinciples and practices and stressing the importance ofgradual and consistant lifestyle changes.

VH004426
Title Number: VH 004426 HEART-HEALTHY EATING
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides tips on healthy food choices. Simpleguidelines for heart-healthy eating are included.

VS 004427
Title Number: VS 004427 HEART-HEALTHY EATING
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides tips on healthy food choices. Simpleguidelines for heart-healthy eating are included. (SPANISH)

VH004422
Title Number: VH 004422 HEART-HEALTHY EXERCISE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides methods to stay active and get in shapeto reduce the risk of heart disease.

VH004428
Title Number: VH 004428 HEART-HEALTHY SHOPPING
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video gives information on heart-healthy foods andexplains how to read food labels.

VS 004429
Title Number: VS 004429 HEART-HEALTHY SHOPPING
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides information on heart-healthy foods andhow to read food labels. (SPANISH)

VH003850
Title Number: VH 003850 HEAVY LOAD
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 36 min. Audience Level: J A
Joyce is an addict, but doesn't know it. This video presentsa story of a mother and teacher struggling with anoverwhelming compulsion for food. It portrays manyidiosyncrasies of a compulsive personality.

VH001890
Title Number: VH 001890 HELLO BABY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S A
This is a three part childbirth video that providesinformation on basic labor and delivery. The program reviewsmedical procedures and options and presents a cesarean birthstory.

VH000423
Title Number: VH 000423 HELLO HOSPITAL
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: K E
In this video Spinner is in the hospital for tests. He showsthe viewer how X-rays are taken and presents the hospitalroutine of temperature taking, pulse rates, and the callbutton.

VH000247
Title Number: VH 000247 HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE DAY
Production Year: 1986 Producer: PURDUE UNIVERSIT Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
This video provides suggestions for coping and managing thedaily challenges and stress of raising children.

VH004534
Title Number: VH 004534 HELPING FAMILIES UNDERSTAND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE (TF 234)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video introduces an outreach program kit intended foruse by organizations which serve Asian American and PacificIslander American families throughout the United States.

VH004535
Title Number: VH 004535 HELPING PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING (TF 191)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is designed for families and staff who are caringfor Alzheimer's patients or patients with related disorders.This program demonstrates techniques that can enablepatients to be involved in activities of daily living thatwere a part of their earlier lives.

VH004657
Title Number: VH 004657 HERE'S TO THE WINNERS (TF 141)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A
This program is introduced by Janet Ashcroft. The programpresents an introduction to volunteer programs developedexclusively for senior citizens.

VH000321
Title Number: VH 000321 HEROIN AND HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
Production Year: 1988 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: S PR
This program graphically illustrates how heroin inflicts itsgreatest damage on the brain, lungs, and heart. The effectof heroin on a pregnant woman's unborn child is alsodiscussed.

VH000881
Title Number: VH 000881 HERPES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: NIMCO Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: S A
This video covers signs, symptoms, diagnosis, and specificdetails about the condition of herpes. The objectives are tomake people aware and promote methods of prevention.

VH001991
Title Number: VH 001991 HERPES: COMMON CONCERNS, COMMON SENSE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses the myths about herpes, addresses someof the concerns about oral and genital herpes, and explainsmethods of prevention measures to follow.

VH003659
Title Number: VH 003659 HE'S NO HERO
Production Year: 1992 Producer: INTERMEDIA Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J S
This video provides dramatic scenes and live interviews withyoung people to reinforce the challenges that they facetoday, especially in acting responsibly and resistingpressures to conform to stereotypes.

VH004460
Title Number: VH 004460 HEY, WHAT'S COOKIN'?
Production Year: 1979 Producer: TX NUTRITION ED Running Time: 35 min. Audience Level: PR
This video looks at six dynamic school food-service programsthat combine innovative marketing, quality products, andgood nutrition to win over students, faculty, parents, andadministrators.

VH000719
Title Number: VH 000719 HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH: MAKING SALADS
Production Year: 1986 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: PR
A salad bar can benefit a food service program to increaseparticipation and reduce plate waste. This video reviews twoof the most popular fast food attractions, salad bars andfinger foods with dipping sauces.

VH000726
Title Number: VH 000726 HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH: SECRET SALAD SYSTEMS
Production Year: 1985 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides suggestions for school food servicedirectors on how to purchase and prepare salads. Aninstructional guide is also included.

VH002367
Title Number: VH 002367 HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: S A
This video clears up the most common misconceptions abouthypertension and shows how untreated high blood pressure canlead to a heart attack, stroke, or kidney failure. Viewerslearn the importance of behavior changes such as weightcontrol, sodium reduction, and exercise.

VH003675
Title Number: VH 003675 HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE COMPLIANCE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This video addresses common reasons patients fail to complywith their treatment programs.

VH003693
Title Number: VH 003693 HIGH HOPES
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: S PR
This video presents a detailed documentary of the nationalwar on drugs and how it will change lives. It also discussesdrug trafficking, drug marketing, the latest technology fordetection, new treatments, prevention measures, and howeducation of young persons will help in this war.

VH004452
Title Number: VH 004452 HIP TO BE FIT
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CALF RAISN ADV. Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: P J
Through jammin' music and fast-paced action, KristiYamaguchi and her friends the California Raisins show kidsthat a healthy, well-balanced diet and plenty of exercisecan help make them be champions in the classroom and on theplayground!

VH004375
Title Number: VH 004375 HIV PREVENTION UPDATE KEY ISSUES IN COUNSELING AND TESTING
Production Year: 1997 Producer: SHAPCS Running Time: 137 min. Audience Level: PR
This two part video conference was sponsored by CDC andNASTAD featuring a discussion with a panel of behavioralscientists and medical professionals regarding issues ofcounseling and testing of HIV/AIDS.

VH004328
Title Number: VH 004328 HIV PREVENTION UPDATE ON GUIDELINES FOR PARTNER NOTIFICATION AND PREVENTION CASE MANAGEMENT
Production Year: 1997 Producer: CDC Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a live satellite broadcast that wasaired on October 23, 1997 regarding the CDC (Center forDisease Control) series of HIV updates.

VH003721
Title Number: VH 003721 HIV TEST: INFORMED DECISION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CHURCHILL MEDIA Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J A
This video reflects the changing profile of the at-riskcommunity and covers the AIDS antibody test. It discusseswho should take the test and when.

VH004257
Title Number: VH 004257 HOME BEFORE YOU KNOW IT
Production Year: 1995 Producer: VIDA HLTH COMMUN Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: S A
This video covers the essentials of care for mom and babyfrom birth to the first pediatrician visit. The programprovides advice and demonstrations on car seats, postpartumcare, baby blues, family planning, dad's adjustments, infantcare, signs of illness, immunization schedule and much more.

VH004681
Title Number: VH 004681 HOME INSTEAD (TF 151)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on the ideal alternativehousing for the elderly. The type of housing describedprovides support, independence, security, and companionshipfor the older American.

VH003547
Title Number: VH 003547 HOME SAFE HOME
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Flite Three Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A
The theme of this video is making the home a safer place tolive for older adults. The focus is on the most commoninjuries occurring in and around the home. The program talksabout why these injuries can be more of a problem as onegets older and what can be done to prevent them.

VH004682
Title Number: VH 004682 HOME SAFE HOME (TF 52)
Production Year: 1987 Producer: DSS Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video encourages older people to check for hazards intheir home and to take simple steps to make their homessafer. Booklet included.

VH004683
Title Number: VH 004683 HOME SWEET HOME - SAFETY GUIDE FOR OLDER ADULTS (TF 86)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: A
This videotape and accompanying checklist explain thatsimple steps can be taken to prevent needless accidents andinjury in an older adults home.

VH004094
Title Number: VH 004094 HONORING DIVERSITY... WITH PETER BELL AND DR. ROBERT ACKERMAN
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video examines the differences in alcohol and drugabuse patterns within different cultures. The program looksat the problems of high-risk families with addiction anddysfunctional patterns.

VH000332
Title Number: VH 000332 HOOKED FOR LIFE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents a documentary on the lives of fiveprofessionals attempting to recover from crack addiction andexplores some effective treatments and therapies whilepresenting a number of facts.

VH003689
Title Number: VH 003689 HOOKED ON A LINE (PARTS 1 AND 2)
Production Year: 1992 Producer: WHALLEY Running Time: 54 min. Audience Level: S PR
This video presents a documentary revealing throughinterviews the medical symptoms and effects on those usingcocaine, the impact of its use on lifestyles, and therecovery process.

VH004658
Title Number: VH 004658 HOPE WHEN VISION FAILS (TF 1)
Production Year: 1995 Producer: DSS Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents older adults who talk about their visionloss and how vision rehabilitation has helped restore theirconfidence and independence.

VH000253
Title Number: VH 000253 HOPSCOTCH
Production Year: 1987 Producer: CHURCHILL Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: N P
This is an animated presentation about a boy who wants tomake friends but he becomes a show off and is disruptive. Heeventually discovers through his experiences that he can beaccepted by being himself.

VH003857
Title Number: VH 003857 HOW A CHILD GROWS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: LANDMARK FILMS I Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
This video offers an exciting and very personal look at thefirst five days in a child's life through the viewpoint ofthe family. The program follows their experiences in thehospital as the baby is thoroughly examined and the motherbegins learning to feed and care for her new baby.

VH003858
Title Number: VH 003858 HOW BIRTH CONTROL WORKS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: LANDMARK FILMS I Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: A
This animated video presents a humorous yet factual look atthe major methods of contraception, gives brief explanationsof the pill, IUD, diaphragm, foam and condom, and includes adiscussion on male and female sterilization (vasectomy &tubectomy).

VH003869
Title Number: VH 003869 HOW FAR IS TOO FAR
Production Year: 1993 Producer: MTI FILM Running Time: 77 min. Audience Level: S A
Sexual harassment in the workplace is illegal. In this "ABC News 20/20" segment, Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters explorethis rapidly changing topic. A reporter interviews womenwhose victories have helped establish higher standards foron the job behavior.

VH000254
Title Number: VH 000254 HOW TO BE A GOOD KID
Production Year: 1989 Producer: CHURCHILL Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: E J
This video discusses the issues that children face in andout of school. Using humorous vignettes, the film helpschildren to see that being a good kid means behaving in thesame manner that they would want others to behave towardthem and that doing what they believe is right and takingresponsibility for their actions are major steps towardcharacter growth and maturity.

VH000576
Title Number: VH 000576 HOW TO BE A PERFECT PERSON IN 3 DAYS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: CORONET/MTI FILM Running Time: 31 min. Audience Level: E J
This video presents an amusing story of a twelve year oldboy's attempts to become perfect. His life seems to be onedisaster after another. Dr. Silverfish promises to make hima perfect person in three days but in spite of his efforts,the boy finds out he is not perfect and perfect is boringanyway.

VH003671
Title Number: VH 003671 HOW TO BEAT CIGARETTES
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
This video gives smokers powerful tips to help work towardnot smoking. These guidelines are designed to make viewersmore aware of habits so they can break them, and alsodispels myths, explains withdrawal, and helps the newnon-smoker cope with potential relapse.

VH004591
Title Number: VH 004591 HOW TO CARE FOR SOMEONE ON BEDREST (TF 263)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents basic skills for taking care of a friendor family member who is confined to a bed at home. The videoprovides information on basic nursing skills.

VH004488
Title Number: VH 004488 HOW TO CHOOSE QUALITY CHILD CARE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: CCCC Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on what makes a child careprogram high quality. The program explains what to look forwhen choosing child care.

VH004592
Title Number: VH 004592 HOW TO HELP SOMEONE WHO USES A WHEEL CHAIR (TF 264)
Production Year: Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides a variety of techniques used by physicaland occupational therapists while working with a patientconfined to a wheel chair.

VH004593
Title Number: VH 004593 HOW TO MANAGE MEDICATIONS (TF 265)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on how to properly dispensemedication, explains the warning signs of reactions tomedication, and suggests what questions to ask the doctor orpharmacist.

VH004432
Title Number: VH 004432 HOW TO MONITOR YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides information on the value of homemonitoring of blood pressure. The program explains how totake an accurate reading and how to define the results.

VS 004433
Title Number: VS 004433 HOW TO MONITOR YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: AHA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides information on the value of homemonitoring of blood pressure, and selecting equipment. Theprogram explains how to take an accurate reading and how todefine the results. (SPANISH)

VH003735
Title Number: VH 003735 HOW TO READ THE NEW FOOD LABEL
Production Year: 1992 Producer: NHV INC Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: S A
This video is an important nutrition education tool for theaverage consumer, with simple explanations of the new labelrequirements.

VH003947
Title Number: VH 003947 HUMAN AND ANIMAL: BEGINNINGS III
Production Year: 1990 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E J
This program demonstrates the concept that all life beginswith fertilization and birth; however, humans and animalsdevelop in different ways. Animation is used to illustratefertilization and prenatal growth, in both animals andhumans.

VH000456
Title Number: VH 000456 HUMAN ANIMAL
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Walt Disney Prod Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: N P
Jiminy Cricket and Pinocchio teach young students how humansare similar and different from other animals, and theimportant role that humans play as members of the animalkingdom.

VH003616
Title Number: VH 003616 HUMAN HEREDITY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: CHURCHILL MEDIA Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: J A
The physiology of human development is discussed in thisvideo. Chromosomes, DNA, RNA, sex determinants and mutationsare explained and illustrated.

VH000887
Title Number: VH 000887 HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Film Ideas Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: S A
This video defines what HPV (human papilloma virus) is,discusses the symptoms and treatment, and explains that itis primarily manifested as a genital wart.

VH003799
Title Number: VH 003799 HURTFUL WORDS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: P
This video discusses the different kinds of hurtful words,when they're hurtful, why people use them, and how we canavoid their use. Using a parrot as an analogy, we understandthat it can speak but doesn't know what it's saying.

VH004136
Title Number: VH 004136 HURTFUL WORDS (CLOSED CAPTIONED)
Production Year: 1993 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: P
This video discusses the different kinds of hurtful words,when they're hurtful, why people use them, and how we canavoid their use. Using a parrot as an analogy, we understandthat it can speak but doesn't know what it's saying. (ClosedCaptioned)

VS 004832
Title Number: VS 004832 HYGIENE
Production Year: 1995 Producer: ADA Running Time: 5 min. Audience Level: J A
This video explains proper dental hygiene. (spanish)

VH003787
Title Number: VH 003787 HYGIENE: WHAT IS IT?
Production Year: 1991 Producer: ALFRED HIGGINS P Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: J A
In this video, viewers learn what causes disease, how goodhygiene can help prevent it, and how being clean and neatnot only helps us feel good, but also affects others'impression of us. For instance, good hygiene can help aperson get a job, and also help make friends.

VH000937
Title Number: VH 000937 I AM JOE'S LUNG
Production Year: 1991 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: E A
This video guides us on a magic journey through a pair ofthe most dynamic, complicated, and fascinating organs thatsustains human life...our lungs. The program investigatesthe effects that smoking, drugs, disease, and our pollutedenvironment exert on the respiratory system.

VH004492
Title Number: VH 004492 I AM YOUR CHILD: THE FIRST YEARS LAST FOREVER
Production Year: 1997 Producer: JOHNSON&JOHNSON Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: A
This video tells of the importance of the relationshipbetween caregiver and child in the first years of life, andthe opportunity to help children reach their full potential.

VH004836
Title Number: VH 004836 I CAN'T BREATHE: A SMOKER'S STORY
Production Year: 2000 Producer: CDC Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: E J
This video presents Pam Laffin, a 31-year old mother of twoyoung girls who died from emphysema. Pam tells why shestarted smoking and what it was like to learn she hademphysema, a smoking related disease for which there is nocure. Pam was committed to telling her story so others mightlearn from her.

VH000586
Title Number: VH 000586 I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Guidance Associa Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: E J
The video defines decision-making skills and shows how theycan be used effectively in typical everyday situations.

VH000481
Title Number: VH 000481 I GOT IT!
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: E J
This video reflects the facts and feelings aboutmenstruation through a sensitive and appealing story ofthree friends on a backyard camping trip.

VH004533
Title Number: VH 004533 I GROW OLD (TF 260)
Production Year: 1998 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video portrays the reality of elder abuse through thestories of five elderly victims of abuse. National expertsand local professionals fill in the details to give theviewer an accurate understanding of the facts.

VH000759
Title Number: VH 000759 I LIKE LUNCH BEST
Production Year: 1987 Producer: HED Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video children are shown participating in the familystyle meal service in the day care environment. Descriptionsand benefits of family style meal service are provided.

VH004295
Title Number: VH 004295 I SEE, YOU SEE
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: E
This is a video for school-age children about visualimpairments, with six vignettes describing children who havevision problems, and a simulation of their vision.

VH000335
Title Number: VH 000335 ICE AGE, THE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: SYNDISTAR Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: S A
This video describes the history and usage ofMethamphetamine in the crystal form and the psychologicaland physical effects of Ice are shown.

VH000356
Title Number: VH 000356 ICE AND OTHER DESIGNER DRUGS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: PRIDE, Inc. Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video provides an overview of "Kitchen Drugs" andStreet Pharmacists.

VH000396
Title Number: VH 000396 ICE: NEW DRUG, NEW PROBLEMS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AIMS Intermedia Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video describes the chilling new drug, most commonlycalled "ice" or "glass".

VH004185
Title Number: VH 004185 ICED CHAMPAGNE AND ROSES: HOW TO PROTECT YOUR VACCINE SUPPLY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: PR
This video provides important information about properstorage and proper use of vaccines.

VH001978
Title Number: VH 001978 IF I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I WAKE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: PR
In this video, news reporter Phil VanSteven conductsinterviews with families who have had infants die of SIDS(Sudden Infant Death Syndrom). The program discusses wheninfants could be at high risk for SIDS.

VH001038
Title Number: VH 001038 IF I'M LYIN' I'M DYIN'
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DISNEY EDUCATION Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: E J
In this video, students are shown the long and short termphysical, social, and financial effects of smoking withemphasis on the physical and psychological addictionassociated with cigarette smoking.

VH003652
Title Number: VH 003652 IF YOU WANT TO DANCE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ND MEDIA Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
This is a dramatic video about an unwed teenage couple facedwith the consequences of an unplanned pregnancy. This is ashorter version of "It Wasn't Just Me".

VH003703
Title Number: VH 003703 I'M A LITTLE JEALOUS OF THE BABY
Production Year: 1990 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK I Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: K E
Jennifer, a life-size puppet, talks about her feelings andexplores the emotions of jealousy and affection. Children ofall ages will relate to the feelings Jennifer expresses inoriginal songs.

VH001095
Title Number: VH 001095 I'M NO FOOL AS A PEDESTRIAN
Production Year: 1991 Producer: WALT DISNEY PROD Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: N E
In this video, Jiminy Cricket introduces Geppetto andPinocchio in learning how to be an "Expert Pedestrian". Thisvideo clearly illustrates the common sense rules anyone onfoot needs to know about being on the street.

VH001105
Title Number: VH 001105 I'M NO FOOL HAVING FUN
Production Year: 1991 Producer: WALT DISNEY PROD Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: K E
This video stars Jiminy Cricket, who stresses the importanceof observing safety rules when participating in all kinds ofsports.

VH001090
Title Number: VH 001090 I'M NO FOOL IN WATER
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Walt Disney Prod Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: K E
In this video, Jiminy Cricket presents the right and wrongway to behave when swimming and discusses the history ofman's relation to water, swimming today, and safety rulesfor swimming.

VH003706
Title Number: VH 003706 I'M NO FOOL ON WHEELS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CORONET/MTI Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: K E
This program teaches young children that having safe,colorful equipment and following the rules can makebicycling, skateboarding, and roller skating more enjoyable.

VH001085
Title Number: VH 001085 I'M NO FOOL WITH A BICYCLE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Disney Productio Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: K E
This video teaches the fundamentals of bicycle safety withJiminy Cricket, Pinocchio, and Geppetto as they explore thewhere, how, and why of safe bicycle riding.

VH001100
Title Number: VH 001100 I'M NO FOOL WITH ELECTRICITY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Walt Disney Prod Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: K E
Jiminy Cricket introduces this video which featuresPinocchio and Geppetto as they explore indoor/outdoor safetywith electricity. This program creates awareness ofelectrical hazards, promotes healthy respect for the dangersof electricity, and teaches safety behavior.

VH001108
Title Number: VH 001108 I'M NO FOOL WITH FIRE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Walt Disney Prod Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: K E
Jiminy Cricket gives a history of fire through thecenturies, discusses the control and prevention of fires,and the three elements necessary for fire.

VH004851
Title Number: VH 004851 IMAGINE: THE REAL COST OF TEEN PREGNANCY
Production Year: 2000 Producer: CHANNEL ONE NEWS Running Time: 5 min. Audience Level: J S
This video was produced by The National Campaign to PreventTeen Pregnancy and includes an abstinence component. Thevideo focuses on the statistics that were drawn from TheNational Campaign's report and on the issues of teenpregnancy such as delayed education, financial hardship,child abuse, and parental support.

VH004220
Title Number: VH 004220 IMMUNIZATION UPDATE
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 150 min. Audience Level: PR
This satellite video conference reviews Varicella andHepatitis A vaccines. This program provides information onthe new recommendations for Hepatitis B and AcellularPertussis, and the Childhood Immunization Initiative.

VH004149
Title Number: VH 004149 IMMUNIZATION: YOUR CHILD'S PROTECTION
Production Year: 1994 Producer: MILNER-FENWICK I Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: S A
This video gives parents an understanding of the importanceof having their children immunized, explains what vaccinesneed to be given, at what age, to ensure a healthy child.

VH004594
Title Number: VH 004594 IN CARE OF: FAMILIES AND THEIR ELDERS (TF 168)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 55 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video documents family members who are confronting thephysical, emotional, and financial challenges of caring foran aging parent.

VH003635
Title Number: VH 003635 IN THE FAMILY WAY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: NEW DIMENSIONS Running Time: 34 min. Audience Level: J A
This video is a drama presenting adolescent pregnancy andits impact upon the family.

VH004547
Title Number: VH 004547 IN YOUR HANDS: TOOLS FOR PRESERVING PERSONAL AUTONOMY (TF 102)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents Helen Hayes who hosts a program aboutactive older people who have planned for a possibledisabling illness. Issues addressed are Durable Power ofAttorney, trusts, and a living will.

VH004740
Title Number: VH 004740 INCIDENT REPORT (TF 240)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: PR
This video illustrates the medical, legal, and professionalramifications of improper follow-up and reporting of anursing home incident. The video personalizes the challengesthat staff, residents, and families face in nursing homecare.

VH003844
Title Number: VH 003844 INFANCY: BEGINNING IN COGNITION AND LANGUAGE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 29 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents senses and perception, cognitive andlanguage development, and parent roles in language learning.

VH003845
Title Number: VH 003845 INFANCY: EARLY RELATIONSHIPS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: S A
This video features development of trust, mutuality, bondingand attachment, stranger anexiety, and separation anxiety.

VH003846
Title Number: VH 003846 INFANCY: LANDMARKS OF DEVELOPMENT
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: S A
This video discusses physical and motor development,principles of development, and factors which influencedevelopment.

VH003847
Title Number: VH 003847 INFANCY: SELF AND SOCIAL WORLD
Production Year: 1992 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This video features development of emotions, socialawareness, and cultural effects of development.

VH004300
Title Number: VH 004300 INFECTION CONTROL AND STANDARD PRECAUTIONS: NEW GUIDELINES FOR PROFESSIONALS
Production Year: 1997 Producer: MEDCOM Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: PR
This video reviews basic principles of the infectiousdisease process, emphasizes the current standard andtransmission-based precautions recommended by the CDC,discusses aseptic techniques, and the importance ofpost-exposure prophlylaxis.

VH003699
Title Number: VH 003699 INFECTION CONTROL IN CHILD CARE SETTINGS
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video introduces principles helpful in preventing thespread of infectious disease in child care settings. Itdiscusses policies, procedures, and techniques.

VH004595
Title Number: VH 004595 INFECTION CONTROL IN LONG TERM CARE (TF 82)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: PR
This program examines infection control in long term carefacilities and demonstrates specific ways to prevent urinarytract and skin infections.

VH003691
Title Number: VH 003691 INFLUENCES: INNOCENCE BETRAYED
Production Year: 1991 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video explores the impact of a growing population ofchildren and adolescents permanently disabled by prenatalsubstance abuse. The program follows children and theirguardians as they attempt to cope with baffling learning andbehavioral disabilities.

VH000359
Title Number: VH 000359 INHALANT ABUSE: KIDS IN DANGER..ADULTS IN THE DARK
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Kinetic Inc. Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: A PR
This is a live action video intended for adult Audiencesonly. This video provides an overview of the inhalant abuseproblem while suggesting community-based alternatives andpeer-to-peer youth strategies for prevention andintervention.

VH000398
Title Number: VH 000398 INHALANTS: SILENT EPIDEMIC
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Coronet/MTI Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J A
This video illustrates the dangers of everydayhousehold\office products that can be inhaled producing abrief high or rush. The program informs viewers that help,through recognition and treatment, is available.

VH000395
Title Number: VH 000395 INHALANTS: SNIFFING YOUR WAY TO ADDICTION
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Altschul Group C Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on the use and effects ofsniffing glue, gasoline, and other chemicals.

VH004034
Title Number: VH 004034 INHALANTS: THE TRICKY DRUGS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: SYNDISTAR INC Running Time: 7 min. Audience Level: E J
This video tells a tragic story of one boy's downfall whileexperimenting with inhalants. The program discusses thedifference between using products safely and intentionallyabusing them as drugs.

VH000375
Title Number: VH 000375 INHALANTS: TONY'S CHOICE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: New Dimension Me Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: E J
In this video, Tony is convinced by so called "friends" touse his house to have some fun (sniffing drugs). The programexamines the consequences that occurred.

VH004813
Title Number: VH 004813 INITIATIVES FOR HEALTHY PEOPLE - ADDRESSING OBESITY
Production Year: 2001 Producer: NCSL Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: S A
This video addresses the causes and costs of obesity, aswell as the challenges and potential solutions. This videowas created by the Health Promotion Project at NCSL and is aresource for legislators and legislative staff.

VH000704
Title Number: VH 000704 INNOCENT ADDICTIONS
Production Year: 1982 Producer: Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J S
This video exposes hidden dangers in junk food,over-the-counter drugs, supplements, and other substancesthat most of us consider harmless.

VH004819
Title Number: VH 004819 INNOVATIONS IN THE QUALITY OF LIFE: PART I AND II, PIONEER NETWORK
Production Year: 2002 Producer: CMS Running Time: 150 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a Centers for Medicare and MedicaidServices', Satellite Broadcast. This program will increasethe surveyor's knowledge of the Pioneer values andinnovative practices in nursing homes that improve qualityof life. Leaders of this movement discuss the PioneerNetwork's principles and approaches. Two VHS tapes, handoutsincluded.

VH000414
Title Number: VH 000414 INS AND OUTS OF THE DIAPHRAGM
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A
This video provides a detailed explanation of the diaphragmas a method of contraception.

VH004249
Title Number: VH 004249 INTERVENTION FOR FAILURE TO THRIVE: INFANTS AND CHILDREN
Production Year: 1994 Producer: Running Time: 54 min. Audience Level: PR
This is an educational presentation of the team approach forphysicians, nutritionists, and social workers in workingwith nutritionally at-risk infants and their families.

VH000309
Title Number: VH 000309 INTERVENTION: FACING REALITY
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
This video depicts the intervention process and how toenlist others' help. Hugh Downs explains pre-interventiontechniques and the first step toward recovery.

VH000331
Title Number: VH 000331 INTERVENTION: HOW TO HELP SOMEONE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Johnson Institut Running Time: 48 min. Audience Level: A
This two part video explains what intervention is and whyit's so successful in bringing hope and healing tochemically dependent individuals and their families.

VH000432
Title Number: VH 000432 INTRICATE CELL
Production Year: 1986 Producer: ACS Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: J S
This video gives a detailed presentation of the process ofcell reproduction and explains how smoking, an unhealthylifestyle, and other risk factors affect good health.

VH000014
Title Number: VH 000014 INTRODUCING THE PEN
Production Year: 1999 Producer: LILLY Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on injecting insulin usingthe Becton Dickinson and Company's insulin Pen or theirequivalent.

VH004569
Title Number: VH 004569 INVESTIGATING ELDER ABUSE (TF 273)
Production Year: 1997 Producer: DSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
Two videos present a HCFA satellite broadcast designed toraise awareness of elder abuse in nursing homes and provideinformation on the step by step process for investigatingallegations of elder abuse using federal guidelines.

VH000303
Title Number: VH 000303 INVISIBLE LINE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 31 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents a story of a teenage addict who startsby drinking beer and wine, advances to pot, then pills, andfinally cocaine. This video can be used in class discussion.

VH000034
Title Number: VH 000034 INVITATION TO A VIRUS
Production Year: 1988 Producer: PYRAMID Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: PR
In this video infection control practices for dentalpersonnel and medical office personnel are discussed.

VH004293
Title Number: VH 004293 IS IT CLEAR TO YOU: EYESIGHT, INSIGHTS
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video looks at ten children with different visualimpairments. By use of simulation, it helps parents,teachers, and professionals get a better understanding ofvisual impairments.

VH004272
Title Number: VH 004272 IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU: ADOLESCENTS AND AIDS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: HRM Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: J S
This video features adolescents and young adults who are HIVinfected or whose family members are HIV infected. In theirown words, these adolescents articulate the fear, the hope,the pain, and the reality of AIDS. Their words arereinforced by the singing and dancing of "Positive Peer Posse", a Cincinnati teen "rap" ensemble. Together, themessages and the music create a unique instructionalexperience.

VH000531
Title Number: VH 000531 IT CAN'T HAPPEN TO MY CHILD
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
This videotape highlights programs around the country thathave been successful in raising community awareness andreducing the incidence of childhood injury.

VH001980
Title Number: VH 001980 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: J PR
In this video, burn center personnel discuss the effects ofburns on children. Children who have been burned discuss theimportance of not playing with fire.

VH004156
Title Number: VH 004156 IT DIDN'T HAVE TO HAPPEN: DRINKING AND DRIVING
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: J S
Hosted by William Shatner, this video shows a new way toeducate teens on the dangers of drinking and driving. Thevideo shows a mock vehicle collision being staged to be asfrighteningly real as possible.

VH003619
Title Number: VH 003619 IT HAPPENED TO ME
Production Year: 1992 Producer: BOY SCOUTS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: P E
This is a video with a different approach to help preventsexual abuse of young boys. Through the video, boys canrecognize and identify sexual abuse much easier.

VH003854
Title Number: VH 003854 IT ONLY TAKES ONCE
Production Year: 1986 Producer: INTERMEDIA INC Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J S
This video uses humor and facts to educate it's viewersabout teen sexuality and responsible sexual behavior. Thisprogram is designed to teach teens and preteens aboutresponsible sexual choices: from saying "NO" to usingeffective contraception.

VH003651
Title Number: VH 003651 IT WASN'T JUST ME
Production Year: 1992 Producer: NEW DIMENSIONS M Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: J S
This video portrays the dilemma facing both partnersinvolved in an adolescent pregnancy. The theme stresses thatit is not just the girl's problem and that the father of thechild is also responsible.

VH000101
Title Number: VH 000101 IT WON'T HAPPEN TO ME
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This program shows how a support group helps one youngalcohol abuser admit he has a drinking problem.

VH004388
Title Number: VH 004388 IT'S ABOUT CHOICES
Production Year: 1996 Producer: PARTNERSHIP Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: S A
This is an HIV/AIDS educational video, providing positiveexamples of young women practicing assertive, directcommunication with their partners about their personalsexual choices.

VH003945
Title Number: VH 003945 IT'S DENTAL FLOSSOPHY, CHARLIE BROWN
Production Year: 1990 Producer: ADA Running Time: 5 min. Audience Level: N E
In this video Lucy teaches Charlie Brown and Snoopy how tofloss, while Woodstock makes his own use of the floss - tobuild a nest.

VH000540
Title Number: VH 000540 IT'S ME, CLAUDIA
Production Year: 1987 Producer: BARR FILMS Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: P E
Nine-year old Claudia cannot see well because she wears abig hat to hide her ears. But when she bumps into a friend,they both discover the value of accepting oneself and thefutility of being overly self-conscious.

VH004145
Title Number: VH 004145 IT'S NOT FAIR
Production Year: 1994 Producer: SUNBURST COMMUNI Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: P
In class, on the playground, and at home, the cry "It's not fair." rings out when a child feels unjustly treated. Buthow is what's "fair" or "not fair" decided? This video usessimple dramatic situations to help students cope with issuesof fairness and provides ways of resolving issues.

VH000327
Title Number: VH 000327 IT'S OK TO SAY NO TO DRUGS!
Production Year: 1988 Producer: True North Enter Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: E J
This program is a powerful parent/child communication toolthat is not meant to intimidate but to teach the child tosay "NO" to the pressures to use drugs.

VH000120
Title Number: VH 000120 IT'S ONLY BEER
Production Year: 1991 Producer: GR PROD Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
The use of gateway drugs like beer, wine coolers andcigarettes can lead to the use of illegal drugs. The stronginfluence of advertisements on children is shown.

VH004691
Title Number: VH 004691 IT'S UP TO YOU (TF 118)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 9 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents a guide to preplanning a memorial,funeral and burial.

VH003976
Title Number: VH 003976 IV PROCEDURES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: BUREAU OF EMS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video demonstrates IV procedures on manikins andpatients and also covers calculating drip rates, IVmedications, central insertion, and peripheral insertion.

VH004596
Title Number: VH 004596 IV THERAPY (TF 47)
Production Year: 1993 Producer: DSS Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a two part video on IV Therapy. Part I addressesstarting an IV in the elderly and the complications that canoccur. Part II addresses pumps and hydration. A study guideis included.

VH003828
Title Number: VH 003828 J.R.'S STORY: THE DISABILITY OF CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: S A
This video presents a story of a strong-spirited young manwhose problems with substance abuse are both physically andemotionally exacerbated by the fact that he has quadriplegiaand uses a wheelchair for mobility. At the end he's soberand taking life one day at a time.

VH003968
Title Number: VH 003968 JAMIE'S SECRET
Production Year: 1993 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: J A
In a sensitive yet unflinching approach this video allowsthe viewers to glimpse the turmoil of a teenager who wassexually abused by his father.

VH003653
Title Number: VH 003653 JOB OF YOUR LIFE: REALITY OF TEEN PARENTHOOD
Production Year: 1991 Producer: HUMAN RELATIONS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J A
This video addresses the issue that neither having a greatjob nor being a good parent are fantasies. There are peoplewho have both. But the idea that either comes easily,without preparation or hard work, is a fantasy.

VH003800
Title Number: VH 003800 JOURNEY BACK
Production Year: 1993 Producer: FILM IDEAS INC Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: J A
This video conveys the consequences of recklessness due tobeing under the influence by following two young comasurvivors in their heroic struggle to regain mere fractionsof their lives.

VH000461
Title Number: VH 000461 JULIE'S STORY
Production Year: 1983 Producer: Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: E
This video provides an explanation of puberty andmenstruation. Tips on how to take care of one's self duringmenstruation is included.

VH004438
Title Number: VH 004438 JUST A REGULAR KID: AN AIDS STORY
Production Year: 1986 Producer: MEDIA GUILD Running Time: 34 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents an ABC afterschool special, edited foreducational use. A blood transfusion three years agoinfected Kevin Casio with the AIDS virus. His parents try toprotect him from the truth of his illness, but he stumblesonto the devastating news as they argue over the situation.Facing the crisis with admirable calm, Kevin is determinedto stay in school and continue his normal activities.

VH000433
Title Number: VH 000433 JUST AROUND THE CORNER- FOR BOYS
Production Year: 2000 Producer: MARSH MEDIA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E
An easygoing teenager named Todd explains the onset ofpuberty and the coming changes with maturation of the malereproductive system. Lighthearted animation is used toexplain the physical alterations that pubery brings andother common experiences such as voice change, moodiness,and feelings of awkwardness. In addition, good hygiene andhealthy habits are addressed.

VH000434
Title Number: VH 000434 JUST AROUND THE CORNER- FOR GIRLS
Production Year: 2000 Producer: MARSH MEDIA Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E
A self-assured teenager named Megan talks to youngerelementary girls about puberty and the changes that lie"just around the corner". Through animation, Megan explainsthe onset of puberty, the physical transformation thatpuberty brings, the maturation of the female reproductivesystem, menstruation, the emotional ups and downs ofpuberty, and the importance of good hygiene and healthhabits.

VH000270
Title Number: VH 000270 JUST SAY NO
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: K P
This video focuses on the anti-drug message of the "Just Say No" movement. It provides information on how to organize a"Just Say No" club.

VH004116
Title Number: VH 004116 JUST WAIT
Production Year: 1989 Producer: UNITED LEARNING Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: J S
This video promotes holistic values of chastity,self-esteem, and personal growth. This program is designedto be a springboard for discussion of values and personalempowerment.

VH000721
Title Number: VH 000721 KEEPING ENERGY LEVELS UP
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Northern Illinoi Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: J S
What you eat can have a big effect on how you perform. Ahigh school volleyball player is shown in competition. Herenergy level is improved by eating a balanced diet.

VH004110
Title Number: VH 004110 KEEPING YOUR SMILE A LIFETIME
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ADA Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: A
This is an upbeat 90's presentation that addresses thespecific dental concerns of older adults. The program isintended to be used for patient education to answerquestions on treatment and hygiene recomendations.

VH003631
Title Number: VH 003631 KEISHA'S CHOICE: A LOOK AT TEEN PREGNANCY AND DRUGS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: INTERMEDIA Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: J S
This video is about the responsibilities of pregnantteenagers to care for their unborn children by avoiding theuse of harmful drugs. The video stresses that it is possiblefor teenagers to make choices not to use drugs duringpregnancy.

VH004250
Title Number: VH 004250 KELLOGG'S - BRINGING UP GOOD NUTRITION: A GUIDE TO MEAL PLANNING
Production Year: 1995 Producer: Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: J A
This video discusses adapting healthy eating habits intoyour daily meals. Shopping tips which can save money areillustrated.

VH000078
Title Number: VH 000078 KEVIN'S STORY
Production Year: 1986 Producer: DURRIN FILMS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: J S
Kevin Tunell, a typical high school student, presents hisstory of how his life changed when he accidentally causedthe death of a teenage girl while driving drunk.

VH000111
Title Number: VH 000111 KEVIN'S STORY II
Production Year: 1989 Producer: DURRIN Productio Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: J S
This sequel to "Kevin's Story" is a candid peer-to-peerdiscussion. It explores the multiple issues of alcohol useand the impact of drinking on teenagers today.

VH000925
Title Number: VH 000925 KID AND THE DIPPER
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: P E
The narrator talks with a computer personality called "The Dipper". The computer's name becomes IBIQ (IntelligentBecause I Quit) after it learns the dangers of smokelesstobacco.

VH000928
Title Number: VH 000928 KID AND THE DIPPER & THE ALASKA NEWS NETWORK
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: E J
This is a two part video. "Kid and The Dipper" is adocumentary explaining the health risks of using smokelesstobacco and shows graphic pictures of mouth cancer. "Alaska Kids News Network" presents preteens being interviewed abouttobacco use and reasons to say no.

VH004090
Title Number: VH 004090 KIDS AND AIRBAGS
Production Year: 1996 Producer: HWY SAFETY Running Time: 5 min. Audience Level: E A
Air bags have saved thousands of lives. This video givesinformation regarding correct infant and child restraint useto protect youngsters in vehicles equipped with airbags.

VH004451
Title Number: VH 004451 KIDS ARE COOKS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: AR DEPT OF ED Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: P J
This video combines cooking, food identification andhistory, kitchen safety, and nutrition facts in afast-paced, kid friendly show.

VH003833
Title Number: VH 003833 KIDS AT RISK: AN ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT FOR RAMIE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: J
This video addresses children that are affected by chemicaldependence and other serious family problems. The programcorrects the misbelief that they can control and changetheir family problems and offers skills they can use tobuild resilience, gain a healthier perspective, and act inage-appropriate ways that develop character and self-esteem.

VH003834
Title Number: VH 003834 KIDS AT RISK: BLAMING KITTY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E J
This video features kids who worry about alcohol and otherdrug use problems in their families. This program providesmethods on how they can learn to cope and manage the dailychallenges.

VH003835
Title Number: VH 003835 KIDS AT RISK: COVERING UP FOR KEVIN
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E J
This video presents a story about two middle-school boysstruggling with questions about chemical dependency andchoices about using. The program explains what can happenwhen they use, and how using alcohol and other drugs canseriously affect their lives, their family, and theirfriends.

VH003832
Title Number: VH 003832 KIDS AT RISK: DOUBLE BIND
Production Year: 1992 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E J
A story about kids who learn to identify unsafe people,places and times. They will learn that they can trust theirown feelings and make choices that will keep them safe.

VH003543
Title Number: VH 003543 KIDS FOR BICYCLE SAFETY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Film Ideas Running Time: 8 min. Audience Level: P E
This video teaches children the rules of the road and helpsthem to realize the importance of obeying traffic signals.Also teaches how to perform a routine maintenance check ontheir bikes to ensure their safety.

VH003544
Title Number: VH 003544 KIDS FOR FIRE SAFETY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Film Ideas Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: N K
This video teaches the fundamental rules for fire preventionand to develop responsible fire safety habits. Life savingtechniques for escaping a fire are also discussed anddemonstrated.

VH003545
Title Number: VH 003545 KIDS FOR PERSONAL SAFETY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Film Ideas Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: E
This video teaches children how to keep safe, whether theyare at home alone, on the street or in a public place. Thefundamentals of child abuse prevention and how to say "NO"to uncomfortable situations in which abuse might occur ispresented.

VH004421
Title Number: VH 004421 KID'S GUIDE TO PERSONAL HYGIENE, A
Production Year: 1999 Producer: LEARNING TREE Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: P E
Kids need simple, straightforward answers to questionsconcerning hygiene. This program provides those answers inan amusing fashion and gives encouragement and support inthe development of a positive attitude toward cleanlinessand personal neatness.

VH004275
Title Number: VH 004275 KIDS IN WHEELCHAIRS
Production Year: 1998 Producer: LMD Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: E A
This video portrays children in wheelchairs in classroomsand on the playground. The children explain why they use thewheelchair and how it works. Several aspects of how to be aresponsible "peer buddy" are described.

VH004329
Title Number: VH 004329 KIDS NEXT DOOR
Production Year: 1997 Producer: FILM IDEAS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E
This video explains that children with HIV are just likethem. These children want to educate people that AIDS is notsomething to be afraid of. Seeing AIDS through a child'seyes helps dispel some of the misconceptions about AIDS andoffers another different point of view of this lifethreatening epidemic.

VH001192
Title Number: VH 001192 KINEMATICS
Production Year: 1985 Producer: Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: PR
This video reviews Newton's Law affecting mass, velocity,and kinetic energy. Physical laws that directly relate totrauma are discussed to help the EMT-P understand andidentify injuries more effectively.

VH004453
Title Number: VH 004453 KITCHEN FUN FOR KIDS
Production Year: 1997 Producer: CFSPI Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: P E
This video guides children through all the tools,ingredients, and cooking steps needed to make "bananany"bread, pita pizzas, soft bean-and-cheese tacos, and orangecoolers.

VH004640
Title Number: VH 004640 KITCHEN KNIVES: SAFE AND EFFECIENT (TF 121)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: J A
This video shows how to safely use knives for severaldifferent kitchen tasks and how to take care of and cleanknives.

VS 004498
Title Number: VS 004498 KITCHEN SAFETY(SPANISH): PREVENTING FALLS, BURNS AND MACHINE INJURIES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This is an employee work safety video that informs viewersof the safety hazards in a modern commercial kitchen,demonstrates techniques and good habits for preventingfalls, burns and machine injuries, and prepares students toperform first aid and other safety procedures required if anaccident occurs.

VH004497
Title Number: VH 004497 KITCHEN SAFETY: PREVENTING FALLS, BURNS AND MACHINE INJURIES
Production Year: 1990 Producer: VOC MEDIA ASC. Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
This is an employee work safety video that informs viewersof the safety hazards in a modern commercial kitchen,demonstrates techniques and good habits for preventingfalls, burns and machine injuries, and prepares students toperform first aid and other safety procedures required if anaccident occurs. (Also in Spanish)

VH003642
Title Number: VH 003642 KNOW HOW
Production Year: 1989 Producer: INTERMEDIA Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J S
This video defines the positive side of abstinence that isoften overlooked in discussions of teenage sexuality. Theprogram encourages saying no to sex and uses humor tocommunicate a message of personal power and control.

VH004017
Title Number: VH 004017 LAND OF MANY SHAPES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: JOHNSON INSTITUT Running Time: 12 min. Audience Level: K P
A magical bird in a special place called the Land of ManyShapes helps children cope with divorce, separation andblended families by teaching a 4-step process to helpchildren take care of themselves and cope with stress.

VH004127
Title Number: VH 004127 LAST DANCE, THE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: CORVISION $325 Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: S A
It's prom night, Eric and Cindy have had their last dance.This is a tragic story of a DWI accident where both wereunrestrained. This program reflects on the graphicdescription of the injuries sustained because of drivingwhile intoxicated.

VH004120
Title Number: VH 004120 LAST HIT: CHILDREN AND VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: FILM IDEAS $150 Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: P E
In this video, children ages 5-12 discuss their personalexperiences with violence. The program presents alternativesto violent behavior and gives methods of coping.

VH003874
Title Number: VH 003874 LAST TABOO
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MTI FILM Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: A
In this video, six child sexual abuse victims, six peercounselors, and a facilitator take part in a weekendworkshop. Each abuse victim shares his/her unpleasantchildhood memories and arrive at the realization that theycan now have power to go on with life.

VH004241
Title Number: VH 004241 LEAN ON ME: PEERS HELPING PEERS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: SUNBURST Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
This video encourages students to train as peer helpers toteach other students about conflict management, prejudiceawareness, and AIDS prevention.

VH004076
Title Number: VH 004076 LEARNING ABOUT PREGNANCY: FIRST TRIMESTER
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
In this program, two noted obstetricians explain the changesand possible complications that can arise during the firstthree months of pregnancy.

VH004080
Title Number: VH 004080 LEARNING ABOUT PREGNANCY: GETTING READY FOR CHILDBIRTH
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
In this program, two obstetricians explain the variousclasses offered that will prepare the expectant parents forthe delivery of their child.

VH004077
Title Number: VH 004077 LEARNING ABOUT PREGNANCY: SECOND TRIMESTER
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
In this program the changes that occur during the secondtrimester are explained by two professionals in the field ofobstetrics.

VH004079
Title Number: VH 004079 LEARNING ABOUT PREGNANCY: STAYING HEALTHY
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A
This program discusses the steps a mother should take to"stay healthy" throughout her pregnancy.

VH004078
Title Number: VH 004078 LEARNING ABOUT PREGNANCY: THIRD TRIMESTER
Production Year: 1993 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
In this video the physical changes the mother-to-be canexpect are explained and complaints she may have of thenormal aches and pains during the third trimester arediscussed.

VH000528
Title Number: VH 000528 LEARNING ABOUT TOUCH
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Film Ideas Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: P E
This video has been developed to educate children aboutsexual abuse, alert them to potentially dangeroussituations, and provide them with the skills necessary forprotecting themselves.

VH004317
Title Number: VH 004317 LEARNING TO BREASTFEED YOUR BABY - BREASTFED IS BEST FED
Production Year: 1997 Producer: MARYLAND WIC Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video from the Maryland State WIC Office and JohnsHopkins University, is designed to inform women aboutbreastfeeding. The video uses a story and teaching promptsto reinforce the main concepts of getting off to a goodstart. Positioning, latching, and determining that the babyis getting enough nourishment are discussed.

VH003733
Title Number: VH 003733 LESS STRESS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: CHURCHILL MEDIA Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: E
This program presents dramatic stressful episodes common tomany, if not most young people. The program teaches whatstress is, some of the things that may cause it, thephysical effects of stress, and useful suggestions about howto deal with it.

VH004825
Title Number: VH 004825 LET'S RAP: FIRE SAFETY
Production Year: 2002 Producer: FEMA Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: P E
This program picks up where the original "Be Cool About Fire Safety" video leaves off. Important lessons about fireprevention and survival are explained in a lively andmemorable rap presentation. The video addresses a fireescape plan, smoke detectors, electrical hazards, and more.

VH000008
Title Number: VH 000008 LETTER FROM BRIAN
Production Year: 1987 Producer: RED CROSS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J S
A young girl discovers a boy she had dated has beendiagnosed with AIDS. The video is aimed at giving teenagersinformation on how to make responsible decisions aboutpostponing sexual involvement for their health andwell-being.

VH003751
Title Number: VH 003751 LICE: SOME THINGS SHOULDN'T BE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: NATIONAL PEDICUL Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: J A
A very informative video discussing the prevention,detection, and the treatment of head lice.

VH003792
Title Number: VH 003792 LIES OF THE HEART
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MEDIA GUILD Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: J A
In this video, viewers will learn to take responsibility fortheir actions and remain true to themselves. This videopromotes soul-searching for young adults who are developingpersonal values and decision making skills.

VH004659
Title Number: VH 004659 LIFE - THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT (TF 55)
Production Year: 1987 Producer: DSS Running Time: 40 min. Audience Level: A
This program is introduced by Janet Ashcroft. The programexplores the exciting lives of those over 60. An overview ofthe Division of Aging (Division of Senior Services) isprovided to briefly explain the many services provided toseniors.

VH000910
Title Number: VH 000910 LIFE 101: LEARNING TO SAY YES! TO LIFE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Pyramid Film & V Running Time: 31 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents teens who share their thoughts andfeelings about suicide. Teachers, counselors, policeman, andmedics who have witnessed the traumatic effects of attemptedsuicides are interviewed.

VH004853
Title Number: VH 004853 LIFE IN THE FAST LANE: REALITIES OF TEEN PREGNANCY
Production Year: 2000 Producer: IDAHO DOH&W Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: J S
This video contains an educational view on the realities ofteen pregnancies and the consequences of becoming a teenparent.

VH004035
Title Number: VH 004035 LIFE ON THE ROCKS
Production Year: 1992 Producer: TURNER MULTIMEDI Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J S
This video addresses the causes, effects and treatment ofalcoholism. Material is included so students can surveytheir own attitude toward drinking and analyze the physicaland emotional costs of alcoholism to individuals and tosociety.

VH004611
Title Number: VH 004611 LIFE REMINISCENCE (TF 193)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video contains three interviews of individuals withdevelopmental disabilities. These individuals discussmemories of childhood and friends, their present livingsituation, their vocational history, meaningfulrelationships, recreation and leisure activities,experiences with self-advocacy, and views on retirement.

VH000952
Title Number: VH 000952 LIFE SAFETY CODE AND FIRE SAFETY EVALUATION FOR INSTITUTIONS
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Running Time: 80 min. Audience Level: PR
Cal Badding and James Gifford, Environmental Sanitarians,discuss safety codes as it relates to construction standardsand fire exit requirements in nursing homes and hospitals.

VH003697
Title Number: VH 003697 LIFE'S JOURNEY HOME: ORIGINAL PAIN
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 39 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents the first step to recovery and aidsviewers in recognizing lost childhood, abuse, neglect, andtrauma. Roles unconsciously acted out by family members areexamined and discussed.

VH004325
Title Number: VH 004325 LIFE'S JOURNEY HOME: SELF-CARE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: VISIONS VIDEO Running Time: 33 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this program, viewers learn that success is the qualityof the journey - a journey that continues for a lifetime.Self-care techniques are outlined in informative andeasy-to-follow steps. Tools such as affirmations, reading,keeping a journal, setting boundaries, 12-step or othersupport groups for alcoholics and their families, therapy,and finding a balance are presented.

VH003696
Title Number: VH 003696 LIFE'S JOURNEY HOME: THE INNER CHILD
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: A
This video provides information and true-life stories fromthose who have journeyed into the past and are learning toembrace the wounded child within.

VH003695
Title Number: VH 003695 LIFE'S JOURNEY HOME: THE JOURNEY
Production Year: 1992 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 31 min. Audience Level: A
This video explains the first steps of the healing journeyin terms of breaking generational patterns of abuse,neglect, abandonment, addiction, and conditional love.

VH000544
Title Number: VH 000544 LIKE A ROARING LION
Production Year: 1984 Producer: Ken Heckmann Pro Running Time: 42 min. Audience Level: S
This video shows a young girl who moves to a new town and isfaced with many peer pressure situations.

VH003784
Title Number: VH 003784 LIQUIDS CAN BURN
Production Year: 1991 Producer: ALFRED HIGGINS P Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: E A
In this video, the viewers will become familiar with themany flammable liquids found around the home, understand theconditions that cause liquids to burn, and learn properhandling and storing methods of dangerous flammable liquids.

VH004660
Title Number: VH 004660 LISTEN AND LEARN: HEARING LOSS (TF 230)
Production Year: 1993 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video explains the signs, symptoms, and causes ofhearing loss and explains what to consider when buying ahearing aid device.

VH001111
Title Number: VH 001111 LIVING MACHINE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Coronet/MTI Film Running Time: 7 min. Audience Level: E
Jiminy Cricket compares living machines to manufacturedmachines and shows us how to take care of our livingmachines. He emphasizes a balanced diet and discusses thedigestive process in relation to good health.

VH004607
Title Number: VH 004607 LIVING WITH GRACE (TF 21)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 26 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents Grace's husband who has consented tohave a documentary done showing his wife's struggle withAlzheimer's Disease to help others understand its affectover a period of time. The program documents Grace's life asan Alzheimer's victim and her husband's role in caring forher.

VH004374
Title Number: VH 004374 LIVING WITH HIV: AN OVERVIEW
Production Year: 1996 Producer: Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: S A
This program features research and treatment of HIV/AIDS andopportunistic infections. Four of the most respected medicalprofessionals in AIDS research focus on and clarify thecommon misconceptions about HIV/AIDS.

VH000112
Title Number: VH 000112 LIVING WITH PARENTS WHO DRINK TOO MUCH
Production Year: 1990 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 18 min. Audience Level: E J
Three adolescents, currently part of a COA (Children ofAlcoholics) group, share their painful experiences throughflashbacks. They explain how they started their own healingprocess.

VH000782
Title Number: VH 000782 LOOK BEFORE YOU EAT
Production Year: 1990 Producer: CHURCHILL FILMS Running Time: 24 min. Audience Level: J S
This video explains how consumers are subjected to amultitude of daily messages that influences food choices.The program illustrates poor food consumption practices thathave developed in the U.S. and offers suggestions on how tocounteract pressures of advertising.

VH003900
Title Number: VH 003900 LOOK WHAT THEY'RE DOING TO OUR KIDS
Production Year: 1993 Producer: CORPORATE IMAGES Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A
This innovative, motivational video visually shows how teensare targeted by the tobacco industry.

VH000329
Title Number: VH 000329 LOOKIN' GOOD
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: E J
The purpose of this program is to discourage student drugand alcohol use, while encouraging peer support amongstudents for being drug-free.

VH003692
Title Number: VH 003692 LOST INNOCENCE
Production Year: 1992 Producer: LANDMARK FILMS I Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: J S
This video presents a drama exploring true horrors of streetlife through the eyes of Sean, a 16 yr old, who turns to theempty promise of the streets. Befriended by a street-wisekid, Sean is on a destructive path.

VH000081
Title Number: VH 000081 LOTS OF KIDS LIKE US
Production Year: 1983 Producer: Rogers Productio Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: E J
Two kids learn how to handle living with an alcoholicparent. The video addresses the feelings of anger,embarrassment, guilt and love.

VH003302
Title Number: VH 003302 LOVE AFFAIR IS OVER, THE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Running Time: 60 min. Audience Level: A PR
In this video the realization of how Crack/Cocaine hasaffected lives is depicted. The physical effects ofCrack/Cocaine are identified.

VH004762
Title Number: VH 004762 LOVE THOSE VEGETABLES (TF 113)
Production Year: 1993 Producer: DSS Running Time: 10 min. Audience Level: A
This video presents the Wisconsin-Minnesota Canned VegetableCouncil's reviews of nutrient value in various vegetables.

VH000286
Title Number: VH 000286 LOVE YOUR LIVER
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: P E
JeVon Thompson, a former drug addict, entertains andeducates children on the misuse of harmful substances. Thekids act out how drugs and alcohol cause harm to the body.

VH004503
Title Number: VH 004503 LOVING SUPPORT: BREASTFEEDING CAMPAIGN VIDEO
Production Year: 1999 Producer: BEST START Running Time: 5 min. Audience Level: A
This is a breastfeeding campaign video that givesinformation and tips for new mothers considering the optionof breastfeeding.

VH000744
Title Number: VH 000744 LOWER YOUR CHOLESTEROL NOW
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 50 min. Audience Level: A
This is a six part video guide that explains how to readlabels, shop for low cholesterol foods, and cook lowcholesterol meals. Ideal for self-instructions and groupprograms.

VH000757
Title Number: VH 000757 LUNCHTIME WITH BABIES
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video gives information on nutrition for infants andfood preparation in the day care setting.

VH000138
Title Number: VH 000138 MAGGIE'S SECRET
Production Year: 1990 Producer: Media Guild Running Time: 33 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents a child's story of parents who drink.Maggie tries to hide and ignore the problem and hopes itwill just go away.

VH004123
Title Number: VH 004123 MAKE THE CHOICE: STAY IN SCHOOL
Production Year: 1994 Producer: FILM IDEAS $15 Running Time: 27 min. Audience Level: E J
This video combines on-camera interviews of drop-outs with acontemporary array of student created video spots aimed atencouraging teenagers to "be cool, stay in school".Presented by their peer group in a straight-at-you style,this video states that education is where it's at.

VH003916
Title Number: VH 003916 MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Production Year: 1989 Producer: Running Time: 25 min. Audience Level: PR
This video is for medical professionals. The programpresents the steps and methods that can be used to supportand encourage patients to stop smoking.

VH000543
Title Number: VH 000543 MAKING DECISIONS: YOU CAN LEARN HOW
Production Year: 1985 Producer: SUNBURST Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: E J
"Making Decisions" is a program designed to help newlyresponsible adolescents understand the importance of gooddecision-making. The video reviews the five basicdecision-making steps, and using typical teenage situations,highlights each step.

VH004661
Title Number: VH 004661 MAKING SENSE OF SHINGLES (TF 66)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A
This program is designed to provide information to those atrisk for shingles. The program explains the signs andsymptoms and the importance of seeking prompt medicalattention.

VH004741
Title Number: VH 004741 MANAGEMENT OF HIV/AIDS IN THE CORRECTIONAL SETTING
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: 120 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a satellite conference on the managementof HIV/AIDS in the correctional setting.

VH004536
Title Number: VH 004536 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 1, ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND RELATED DISORDERS (TF 4A)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 17 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video introduces a program containing ten modules. Thismodule gives an overview on managing behavior problems inAzheimer's Disease and related disorders.

VH004568
Title Number: VH 004568 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 10, CAREGIVER ISSUES (TF 4J)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding behavior problems in Alzheimer's Disease andrelated disorders. This unit gives information on caregiverissues.

VH004537
Title Number: VH 004537 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 2, DELIRIUM AND DEPRESSION (TF 4B)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents part II of a program series on managingand understanding Alzheimer's Disease and related disorders.This module contains information on delirium and depression.

VH004538
Title Number: VH 004538 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 3, ABC'S AN INTRODUCTION (TF 4C)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding behavior problems in Alzheimer's Disease andrelated disorders.

VH004567
Title Number: VH 004567 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 4, AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIORS (TF 4D)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding behavior problems in Alzheimer's Disease andrelated disorders. This module presents information onmanaging aggressive behaviors.

VH004540
Title Number: VH 004540 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 5, PSYCHOTIC BEHAVIORS - LANGUAGE DEFICITS (TF 4E)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding Alzheimer's Disease and related disorders.This module contains information on managing psychoticbehaviors and language deficits.

VH004541
Title Number: VH 004541 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 6, PSYCHOTIC BEHAVIORS: HALLUCINATIONS, DELUSION ...(TF 4F)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding behavior problems in Alzheimer's Disease andrelated disorders. This module gives information on managingpsychotic behaviors such as hallucinations, delusions andparanoia.

VH004542
Title Number: VH 004542 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 7, PERSONAL HYGIENE (TF 4G)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 13 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding behavior problems in Alzheimer's Disease andrelated disorders. This module gives information on managingpersonal hygiene, bathing, and dressing.

VH004543
Title Number: VH 004543 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 8, DIFFICULT BEHAVIORS (TF 4H)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 16 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding behavior problems in Alzheimer's Disease andrelated disorders. This module gives information on managingwandering and inappropriate sexual behaviors.

VH004566
Title Number: VH 004566 MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER'S: PART 9, DEPRESSION (TF 4I)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video is part of a program series on managing andunderstanding behavior problems in Alzheimer's Disease andrelated disorders. This module gives information on managingdepression.

ZZ 900751
Title Number: ZZ 900751 MANAGING FOOD PREPARATION AND
Production Year: 1987 Producer: Department of Hu Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K A
This series provides information on food preparation,sanitation, shopping and menu planning.

VH003906
Title Number: VH 003906 MANAGING PMS: A DELICATE BALANCE
Production Year: 1990 Producer: NEW DIMENSION ME Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J A
This video defines PMS. It is estimated that 40% of allwomen between the ages of 14 and 50 experience PMS symptoms.Because women have not been educated about PMS, many sufferwith it's symptoms unknowingly and unnecessarily. This videoincludes a daily symptom record chart.

VH003937
Title Number: VH 003937 MANAGING YOUR WEIGHT WITHOUT DIETING
Production Year: 1993 Producer: Running Time: 28 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents an easy-to-understand approach to weightmanagement using proper nutrition and exercise and explainswhy diets do not work. The program also focuses on teensbecoming obsessed with thinness.

VH004843
Title Number: VH 004843 MANTOUX TUBERCULIN SKIN TEST
Production Year: 2003 Producer: CDC Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents the standard method for detecting latentTB infection in the United States. It is important forhealth care professionals to be able to accuratelyadminister and read this diagnositc test. The videotapeincludes a detailed demonstration of the steps involved inadministering and reading the mantoux tuberculin skin test.Training manual included.

VH000370
Title Number: VH 000370 MARIJUANA AND THE MIND
Production Year: 1991 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J A
The effects of marijuana on the brain are reported in thisvideo. The consequences on health and the warning signs ofaddiction are described.

VH000394
Title Number: VH 000394 MARIJUANA UPDATE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: Altschul Group C Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J A
This video presents testimonies from former marijuana userswho reveal how they were attracted to the drug. The programexplains the physical hazards of using marijuana and how thedrug of the 60's is far more powerful and dangerous today.

VH000302
Title Number: VH 000302 MATTER OF BALANCE
Production Year: 1988 Producer: Cinemed Inc. Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: S A
This video shows how the body tries to stay in balance andhow drugs throw off that balance.

VH004132
Title Number: VH 004132 MATTER OF DEGREES
Production Year: 1993 Producer: PYRAMID FILM & V Running Time: 22 min. Audience Level: J S
This video uses street-smart language and a witty, quick-cutstyle to speak directly to at-risk youth about theimportance and benefits of staying in school. Bottom linefor this video: Motivate and Graduate.

VH004477
Title Number: VH 004477 MC+ FOR KIDS
Production Year: 1999 Producer: LINK Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on MC+ Health Insurance forchildren. (Also in spanish)

VS 004476
Title Number: VS 004476 MC+ FOR KIDS (SPANISH)
Production Year: 1999 Producer: LINK Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A PR
This video presents information on the benefits of MC+Health Insurance for children. (Spanish)

VH001324
Title Number: VH 001324 MCGRUFF DRUG ALERT
Production Year: 1987 Producer: AIMS MEDIA Running Time: 11 min. Audience Level: P E
McGruff, The Crime Dog teaches children how to protectthemselves from illegal drugs. He compares drugs to dangersof swallowing household poisons or taking medicineprescribed for someone else.

VH000287
Title Number: VH 000287 MCGRUFF: NO SHOW
Production Year: 1988 Producer: National Crime P Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: K P
McGruff, The Crime Dog, and several children make a musicalvideo to tell people how to say no to drugs.

VH004140
Title Number: VH 004140 MCSMOKE AND NIKKI TEEN
Production Year: 1990 Producer: DOC Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: P E
An upbeat and humorous video reinforcing studentsunderstanding of the hazards of smoking. The programsensitizes them to misleading images in promotions.Understanding the reasons McSmoke and Nikki Teen chose toquit, viewers can identify reasons never to start.

VH003773
Title Number: VH 003773 MEDIATION RULES: A DEMONSTRATION OF SCHOOL-BASED MEDIATION
Production Year: 1992 Producer: MODOH Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: J S
Conflict mediation is described and dramatized. Two femalehigh school students who have started a fight work throughthe conflict-mediation process for the first time.

VH004692
Title Number: VH 004692 MEDICARE AND THE ROAD HOME (TF 42)
Production Year: 1994 Producer: DSS Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: A
This video produced by National Health Care Productions isexcellent as an introduction to the Medicare program. Theprogram explains eligibility requirements from theperspective of the person entering a nursing home orreturning to their home.

VH004713
Title Number: VH 004713 MEDICATIONS IN THE NURSING HOME (TF 101)
Production Year: Producer: DSS Running Time: 45 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a 3 part video that goes over drug related risks inthe nursing home, drug related aspects of PAC survey, andmaximizing benifits and reducing risks.

VH004006
Title Number: VH 004006 MEGA CODE
Production Year: 1993 Producer: BUREAU OF EMS Running Time: 30 min. Audience Level: PR
This video emphasizes team organization and explains therole of the team leader. Actual emergencies in the field andhospital are presented, conveying the authentic Mega Codeexperience.

VH004169
Title Number: VH 004169 MEN AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: A
This video reflects on the lifelong patterns of violentbehavior. The program explains that abuse comes in variousforms, patterns are usually passed from generations, and theabusers are responsible for their actions. (Also in Spanish)

VS 004174
Title Number: VS 004174 MEN AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Production Year: 1994 Producer: ALTSCHUL GROUP C Running Time: 19 min. Audience Level: A
This video reflects on the lifelong patterns of violentbehavior. The program explains that abuse comes in variousforms, patterns are usually passed from generations, and theabusers are responsible for their actions. (SPANISH)

VH004742
Title Number: VH 004742 MENTAL ILLNESS IN NURSING HOMES (TF 180)
Production Year: 2001 Producer: DSS Running Time: min. Audience Level: PR
This video presents a CMS satellite broadcast aimed atincreasing surveyor's knowledge of mental illness. The videogives an overview of pre-admission screening and residentreview.

VH000588
Title Number: VH 000588 MENTAL WELLNESS: MAKING IT HAPPEN
Production Year: 1989 Producer: AIMS Media Running Time: 21 min. Audience Level: J S
This program shows teenagers how to enhance theirself-esteem by working to improve their acceptance ofresponsibility, raise their level of competency to handletasks, and to balance commitments.

VH004641
Title Number: VH 004641 MENU MAGIC - THICKENER VIDEO SERIES (TF 26)
Production Year: 1993 Producer: DSS Running Time: 23 min. Audience Level: PR
This is a three part video that provides information andtraining tools for dietary and nursing staff as well as homecaregivers for thickening liquid and pureed foods.

VH003680
Title Number: VH 003680 MICKEY MOUSE: SAFETY BELT EXPERTS
Production Year: 1991 Producer: DISNEY Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: N K
Mickey demonstrates the proper way of buckling up, sings alively song to encourage students to buckle up, and throughanimation illustrates the dangers of not wearing safetybelts.

VH003709
Title Number: VH 003709 MICKEY'S SAFETY CLUB: HALLOWEEN SURPRISE
Production Year: 1991 Producer: DISNEY Running Time: 15 min. Audience Level: K E
Mickey presents Halloween safety tips, such as wearing safecostumes, trick or treating in groups, having an adult checkall treats, and following vital street safety rules.

VH003710
Title Number: VH 003710 MICKEY'S SAFETY CLUB: PLAYGROUND SAFETY
Production Year: 1991 Producer: DISNEY Running Time: 20 min. Audience Level: K E
This is an entertaining and informative program that showsstudents safe ways to have fun on playgrounds.

VH003708
Title Number: VH 003708 MICKEY'S SAFETY CLUB: STREET SAFE, STREET SMART
Production Year: 1991 Producer: DISNEY Running Time: 14 min. Audience Level: K E
Mickey and friends take a close look at some importantstreet safety situations and some timely safety rules.

VH003707
Title Number: VH 003707 MICKEY'S SAFETY CLUB: WHAT TO DO AT HOME
Production Year: 1991 Producer: DISNEY