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Until the discovery of the Edwin Smith papyrus, the papyrus Ebers was considered the most important ancient medical document available. The new discoveries have not in any way replaced the interest in the Ebers papyrus; rather, they have intensified it. Many years ago an attempt was made...
As the title indicates, this volume is a textbook of general physiology designed for students interested in the field. Written from the point of view first expressed by Claude-Bernard, the author does a most creditable and systematic job. At the end of each chapter there is a...
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The mind of man is still much of a mystery. The great discoveries, of science, themselves miraculous, merely confuse many of the public into believing that anything is possible and everything is credible. It has interested Professor Swift to consider the human mind as a jungle through...
To the Editor:
—May I suggest that your editorial comments on intravenous injections of dextrose as a therapeutic procedure in the Dec. 12, 1931, issue of The Journal are perhaps more critical than the facts of the investigations referred to by you may warrant....
Most governmental documents, particularly the reports of government bureaus, are dry and uninteresting contributions of statistical material. The Smithsonian Institution is an exception. It provides the usual material included in government reports but the general appendix includes...
ABSTRACT OF MINUTES OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES HELD AT ASSOCIATION HEADQUARTERS, FEB. 18 AND 19, 1932
A meeting of the Board of Trustees was held at the Association headquarters, Feb. 18 and 19, 1932.
APPOINTMENTS OF REPRESENTATIVES...
The Institute for First Aid
Before the revolution, the Odessa station of first aid existed, as the majority of such establishments, by means of philanthropic donations. Even before the revolution a number of stations ceased working because of the want of means; the...
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