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The peculiar curative virtues of certain foods have been recorded at isolated periods since ancient times. Some of these observations are strikingly accurate and prophetic. Today, from the standpoint both of human experience and of laboratory research, it has been definitely proved that a...
This textbook for high schools and colleges was first published in 1916 and has since passed through numerous reprintings and revisions. Because of the systematic and simple character of the presentation, the book may be recommended for general reading. It is not, however, adapted to use...
To the Editor.
—Female sex hormone therapy in hemophilia seems to be proving of distinct value. Too great care, therefore, cannot be exercised in scrutinizing all reports of this treatment of hemophilia before permitting their publication.
A case in point...
As one's memory wanders back to earlier years, the first question likely to present itself is, what influence created one's desire to study medicine? The particular impulse or deciding factor in the life of each of us has probably been different. I wonder, however, if many of us,...
Neither an attitude of smug complacency nor a smoke-screen of tradition affords a proper method of approach for the solution of the many knotty problems now facing organized medicine. The solvent searchlight of science, playing for the past two or more generations on many of Nature's...
Raw Milk in the Prevention of Dental Caries
The work of Mrs. Mellanby appears to show that administration of vitamin D to children living under urban conditions diminishes the incidence of caries in teeth already formed (The Journal, Nov. 21, 1931, p. 1548; April 9,...
After a careful search for the etiology of episcleritis by the most thorough investigators,1 we have concluded that many cases must be reported as "cause unknown." The fact that a specific hypersensitiveness might often be the etiologic factor in patients suffering from episcleritis of the...
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