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This small volume presents a valuable summary of the results of the more recent investigations of the fat of cow's milk and interprets these with relation to infant feeding. An introductory chapter traces the history of the changing views on the value of this fat. The substance is now...
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians have been certified by the American Board of Pediatrics since the last report:
Barbara Beattie, Littleton, N. H.; Bernard Benjamin, Brooklyn; Theodore Bennett, Boston;...
Endemic cretinism in the adult is often accompanied by a variety of skeletal malformations. The victims of this disorder characteristically exhibit poor posture, with the head inclined forward and with the hips, knees and ankles maintained in partial flexion.1 Their gait is such as to...
It has been suggested that poliomyelitis virus given intravenously is excreted along the area supplied by the olfactory nerve1 and that Macacus rhesus monkeys thus inoculated contract the disease because the virus is reabsorbed by the end fibers of the first and thirteenth nerves, the...
Several years ago, Exton and Rose1 published their results with the use of a one hour, two dose alimentary dextrose tolerance test for adult subjects; they claimed for it, in addition to the important factor of time saving, greater specificity and reliability than are found in the older...
Although modern pediatric practice emphasizes the early use of vegetables in the diet of the young child, there is a need for more definite scientific information on the age at which they can be introduced into the diet most advantageously, the form in which they should be given, the...
There is probably no group of diseases of infancy and childhood presenting greater difficulties in etiology and diagnosis than that generally referred to as the diarrheal disorders. The voluminous and contradictory literature on the problem serves to emphasize the highly unsatisfactory...
Cevitamic acid (ascorbic acid, ascorbinic acid [German] or vitamin C) is one of the vitamins whose composition is known. In 1928 von Szent-Györgyi1 isolated from plants and the cortex of animals adrenals a crystalline substance which he called hexuronic acid. Hexuronic acid was renamed...
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