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When the present pandemic of influenza made its appearance along the Atlantic seaboard there was a general impression that children were not affected by the disease. This may have been justified at the very outset when the epidemic was limited to the military camps. As soon as the disease spread...
The more frequent use of low fat milk formulas, especially in certain cases of infant feeding, makes necessary some simple method of modifying the milk in homes where the fat content of the milk is unknown or a variable factor. Even when formulas furnishing larger methods of fat are desired, an...
An unusually interesting case of anemia came under observation during the past summer at the Children's Hospital. The results of the rather careful study of the case are presented with the hope that they may be of some value in clearing up the uncertainties which unfortunately surround many of...
The New York State Department of Health has for some years past realized the serious menace to the health and economic prosperity of future generations which is involved in the present high rate of infant morbidity and mortality. This is shown by the persistent and successful efforts which the...
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