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Compulsory Insurance Against Occupational Diseases
By a recent legislative act, compulsory insurance of workmen, which was already in force with reference to pulmonary tuberculosis, has been extended to occupational diseases. The following diseases have been...
With progress in the knowledge of nutrition, a number of investigations have demonstrated that, in certain species of animals at least, it is possible to augment the customary rate of growth through a judicious selection of food. There is, of course, abundant evidence available to...
Whenever a new substance is identified by the research of chemists, whenever a new force is developed through the investigations of the physicists, whenever a philosopher propounds some new concept in the field of thought or mental activity, an inspired charlatan or promoter is likely to...
My object in this study has been to classify the common fungi of the intestinal canal in Porto Rico in health and in disease and to establish the relative frequency of Monilia psilosis in the normal bowel and in that of persons suffering from tropical sprue.
This work was begun...
MEDICAL BROADCAST FOR THE WEEK
The American Medical Association Morning Health Talks and Evening Health Hints from Hygeia
The American Medical Association broadcasts daily at 11: 15 in the morning, Chicago daylight saving time, over...
The author of this monograph on lipoid metabolism states that it has been his purpose to gather the various scattered references in the literature and in part to add his own observations and results. The lipoids are an indispensable constituent of every cell and are of the greatest...
Professor Kruse has prepared an anthropologic and ethnologic study of the people of Germany and of the surrounding countries. The work is not at all technical and may be read by any one with a fair reading knowledge of German. Unfortunately, it has not the objectivity that should...
The Proposed Change in Location of the Melbourne Hospital
It is natural that a city having a present-day population of more than a million and which, less than a century ago, was open country should have a difficult problem in the provision of hospital accommodation....
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
This is a summary of many years' work and thought by the author concerning functional disturbances of the neuromuscular system which play so large a part in the symptomatology of the neuroses. The book is largely concerned with neuromuscular hypertension, a term used to describe the...
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