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In this paper we deal with a comparative study of the effect of mild activity and of rest on the proportions of foodstuffs metabolized as calculated from determinations of the respiratory quotient. At present the only satisfactory method for determining the type of foodstuffs which...
Robert Hutchison1 of London, in 1907, was the first to draw attention to what he called "suprarenal sarcoma in children with metastases in the skull." He reported ten cases, the clinical and pathologic features of which closely resembled one another.
Hutchison outlined his group...
In order to understand gonorrheal infection in the young, it must be stated that though it is described for the sake of convenience as it appears in men, women and children, the same process underlies the subject as a whole.
Children, as will be seen later, become infected...
Normally, the foramen ovale ceases to function after the establishment of respiration, and is actually closed by adhesions at about the tenth day after birth. However, a widely patent foramen is a fairly common congenital lesion, and about 30 per cent of all adult hearts permit the...
AN INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR CHILD PROTECTION
An International Congress for Child Protection is being organized by the League of Red Cross Societies, the International Association for the Promotion of Child Welfare, the International Union for the Protection of...
The purpose of this book is to present the problem of malnutrition as it affects childhood, together with practical methods for its eradication.
Probably nutrition has received as much attention in recent years as any other subject, but unfortunately this material is scattered...
According to Hedblom,1 who has made a report on the study of nearly 400 cases of diaphragmatic hernia in which operation had been performed, there have been only six cases of nontraumatic diaphragmatic hernia observed in children under 5 years of age. Hedblom's report represents all the...
This book summarizes conclusions arrived at after many years of scientific observation of normal and abnormal children by one of the foremost psychiatrists of this country. It is short, lucidly written, strikingly devoid of scientific terminology, and presented in an interesting manner....
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