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The health of schoolchildren has been a matter of interest to physicians and school authorities for many years. This interest has been given an added impetus as a result of the war and the general awakening to the importance of child life. Thus far the care of the health of schoolchildren has...
During the past eight years Dr. Francis G. Benedict and I have been conducting a series of studies at the Nutrition Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington on the energy metabolism of normal infants and children from birth to puberty. A preliminary report of these investigations was...
It has long been recognized that the intestinal flora of the very young varies, and that the character of the ingested food is one factor in the production of this variation. The description of acidophilic, gram-positive organisms in the stools of breast fed infants by Escherich1 and Moro1 are...
During the recent pandemic of influenza I had an opportunity to study the laryngeal and tracheobronchial pictures in influenza patients in hospital and private practice. Some of them were supposed to be suffering from diphtheritic laryngeal stenosis, until direct laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy...
This study consisted in the examination of the stools of 595 individuals in seven institutions. The ages of the inmates varied from three months to eighteen years and included institutions in which there were both males and females.
The method of examination was as follows: The stools were...
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