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The studies of the physiology of nutrition in recent years have firmly established the indispensability of those food factors known as vitamins for the welfare of the animal organism. A student of the subject1 has reminded us lately that, in order to appreciate the view that has been...
Successful experience is a good guide in more than one department of human affairs; and it still remains in many respects the most dependable index of adequate nutrition. A recent writer,5 deploring the loss of physical prestige which he believes to be threatening a nation exposed to...
The coagulability of the blood has been studied by a number of physiologists and clinicians in recent years. The reason for this is the great practical importance of hemorrhage as a complication of both medical and surgical conditions. Of the various branches of medicine, none has a more...
Your Committee on Lye Legislation begs leave to report progress. The work has been largely in way of a survey of the situation on which to plan a campaign for the public welfare. The situation may be briefly summed up under the following heads:
The public, even the medical public, does not...
In a stately and beautifully illustrated volume, the author presents a study of old herbals, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the end of the seventeenth century. Her literary style is attractive, her knowledge complete, and her subject one of interest to all who have followed the...
Aid for Russian Physicians
The great distress of Russian physicians has resulted in the launching of a movement in the United States and England looking toward definite action in their behalf. In France, considerations of a political nature associated with the...
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