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This book covers the whole subject of delinquency among girls, listing the schools for delinquents. It is a comprehensive, authoritative report of a thorough survey.
This textbook is divided into four parts: the common preventable diseases and how they are prevented; promotion of personal efficiency; community health, and practical exercises and experiments. It is an excellent outline for students to follow if they have good oral instruction. Its...
(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.)
Today the human mind visualizes life and its activities in a large way; circumscribed and timorous ideas are being relegated to the past.
Massive production in commercial, industrial and financial circles is the order of the day. The medical profession, I am happy to say, is...
This monograph is a reprint with additions of an essay published in the Annals of Medical History. It is, as is usual with the Hoeber historical monographs, beautifully printed and handsomely illustrated. The author traces our knowledge of surgical hemostasis from the methods practiced...
Epidermolysis bullosa is described by Schamberg1 as a rare disease, characterized by the rapid formation of blebs of various sizes following the slightest physical violence. The condition usually develops in infancy or early childhood and persists until late in life. In most cases there is a...
The decision has not yet been made and no doubt will never be made as to whether the student and the practitioner are better off with one volume textbooks of various specialties in which an authority dwells largely on the things with which he is especially familiar and lightly on those...
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