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The most significant change to come into the newborn nursery in the more than 50 years since the central nursery system evolved is the use of disposables and unit packaging, including ready-to-feed milk mixtures in one-use containers.
The steady growth of population, by outstripping the per capita availability of food, is negating economic and educational progress in nearly every pre-industrial and tropical country. In many of the food supplies, particularly of protein-rich foods, are already seriously inadequate. Young...
The hearts of 79 anencephalic infants have been evaluated as possible donors for ortho. topic homotransplantation in man. These hearts tended to be small. Severe and complex congenital cardiac malformations were present in four cases. Minor defects, some probably within normal limits, were...
Rock music played for a guinea pig destroyed numerous cells in the animal's cochlea. Excess exposure to loud music may account for the increasing incidence of high frequency hearing loss among teenagers and college freshmen.
This report describes multiple sclerosis beginning in a four-year-old girl. Her clinical course illustrates not only the diagnostic problems presented by the demyelinating disorders in pediatric practice but emphasizes also the possible relations between these conditions. A literature survey...
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