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The first part of this book treats of the hygiene of the infant; part two discusses feeding; part three deals with nervous manifestations; part four is on contagious diseases, and the final chapter is devoted to miscellaneous recipes. The work is well written and might be as useful as...
This is the second part of the report of the Director General of the Administration of Public Assistance of the Department of the Seine and consists entirely of the financial statement. The first part, on the administration, has already been reviewed.
The parents of a retarded child have a serious problem, which merits the best thought of their physician. Many physicians have little interest in the problem and do not bring to these parents such aid as is possible. This situation is unfortunate.
It is not within the province of...
From September 30 to October 13 the University of Vienna will give its usual course for physicians. It will include, as is customary, excellent clinics on children's diseases conducted by Dr. Franz Hamburger.
Three years ago the Mississippi...
The term nutritional anemia designates a type of anemia especially prevalent among infants of 1 and 2 years, currently thought to be due mainly to lack of iron, which, derived either from stores in the body or from food, is needed for building hemoglobin. The severe form of the disease...
Diabetes mellitus in infants and children presents problems which do not exist in a study of the disease in adults. Warren1 stated that the most characteristic pathologic change of the islands of Langerhans in diabetic children is lymphocytic infiltration. In a few cases the number and...
In this book Overton has developed a rather unique plan to inform the mother of such facts as he thinks it necessary for her to know. There are no chapters, but he has selected one hundred and thirty-five subjects for discussion. He does not use the silly question and answer method of...
Three hundred thousand1 is a conservative estimate of the annual number of cases of whooping cough in this country, and the disease is responsible for 15 per cent of the deaths among infants whom it attacks. The great need for a method of early diagnosis, for effective quarantine and for...
This, the third edition, was reedited and revised by Dr. Smith Ely Jelliffe. The general characteristics of the original editions are retained.
Emphasis is placed on the psychologic nature of sex, its characteristics at various periods of life, its influence on personality...
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