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We have found the excessive calcium content of cow's milk to be a disturbing factor in many of the so-called cases of malnutrition and, as any high protein food made under ordinary conditions from cow's milk will of necessity have the greater part of the...
There is no paucity of literature concerning the metabolism of calcium in infancy, but very little is known regarding the factors that may influence it; even the effect of the organic ingredients of milk, with the exception of fat, has been very little studied, and there are many facts...
In spite of the different forms of arsenic used under various trade names, mercury, in some form, still holds the foremost place in the treatment of syphilis. Even when the arsenic preparations are used, mercury is usually continued for long periods in order to effect a cure....
The subject of this report is a child, aged 4½ years. There are two other children in the family who are normal. The family history is in other respects negative.
This child was perfectly well and had no symptoms until early in November,...
While migraine in later childhood differs in no respect from the disease as seen in the adult, its recognition in infancy and early childhood offers considerable difficulty, owing to the inability of the patient to describe symptoms accurately.
As is well known, migraine is often...
In surveying the literature of the past year in these fields one's attention is caught by the notably large number of contributions that deal with problems of nutrition in childhood, by the number of articles on hypertrophic stenosis of the pylorus in infancy, and by the unusually large...
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