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This study of fat metabolism presents observations on children whose diet contained a large proportion of solid food. It gives the findings as to fat percentage and distribution in the stools of a number of children receivng a mixed diet and the fat retention of these children.
—William B., 9½ years of age, born in Jersey City, N. J., of Italian parentage, has been under observation at the Cornell Children's Clinic for the past two years.
—His paternal history, as far as known, is free from hemophilia. On his mother's side the disease can be...
The pandemic of influenza which in the fall of last year spread with such alarming virulence over two continents spared no age. Though perhaps less frightful in its ravages among infants and children, there were many serious complications. Among these was a group of very unusual...
We quote from the preface: "It will be noted that the book deals with a discussion of the problem under consideration only in connection with those diseases of bacterial origin or which are due to the activity of a filtrable virus in the dissemination of which healthy human carriers are known to...
While the limits and variations in the fat and protein content of human milk are well established, considerable uncertainty still exists regarding the question of the amount of lactose in this fluid,1 a state of affairs largely due to the fact that while reliable and relatively simple methods...
This case is presented as a contribution to the epidemiology of cerebrospinal meningitis. A 5-months-old breast fed infant living on a farm developed cerebrospinal meningitis. There was no record of any previous cases in the locality. On account of the isolated location of the farm it was...
About twenty or twenty-five years ago I was much interested in the discussion which was then going on as to the connection between convulsions in early life and epilepsy. I felt that at that time I had no right to an opinion of my own, but resolved to keep the matter in mind and to see later if...
Orange juice has long been known in medical textbooks and journals as an efficient and marked antiscorbutic. In some textbooks and in many works for nurses and mothers it has also been given recognition with other fruit juices as being a laxative or mild cathartic. But aside from these general...
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