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During the past few years attention has been repeatedly called to the fact that a large number of children in this country are undernourished. That this is true has been shown by the reports of school inspectors and by several different surveys made by other agencies. These have been summarized...
It is a fact well recognized by pediatrists that the digestion and absorption or nonabsorption of fats is probably the source of a greater part of the troubles encountered with bottle fed infants who receive cow's milk in some modification. Frequent examinations of infants' stools...
The medical profession is very reluctant to adopt new standards, but having been once convinced as to their correctness, they are just as loath to discard them. The result is that certain standards such as weights and measures, for example, are copied by one writer after another for years...
In a previous paper1 I discussed the various theories which have been proposed to explain the great prevalence of gastro-enteric diseases in infants during the summer. The general conclusion in that study was that the heat theory is inadequate to explain the occurrence of diarrhea during the hot...
In the past few weeks there have come to operation several cases of suspected appendicitis in children, but the exploration disclosed very unexpected and strikingly similar features. These were rather unusual, and in studying the records of other children who have been operated on recently in...
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