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To the Editor:—
An article appeared in the Tropical Diseases Bulletin for November, 1933, entitled "Yaws and Syphilis: Two Diseases or One?" which, in all fairness, should have some editorial notice.
Physicians in Great Britain have been fighting among...
In 1903, Fischer and von Mering1 described the barbituric acid hypnotic diethylbarbituric acid (diethyl malonyl urea), introduced as Veronal. This is now official in the United States Pharmacopeia X as barbital. There were also introduced the sodium salts of barbital under the...
"RESISTANCE" CLAIMS IN FOOD ADVERTISING
Food advertising abounds with vague "resistance" claims. Certain foods or their constituents are alleged to increase "resistance," implying body "resistance," which popularly signifies ability of the individual to keep well or...
For the convenience of those who have not yet paid their dues for 1934 or who have not yet completed their subscription to The Journal and the special periodicals published by the American Medical Association, a colored slip is enclosed in this issue. This statement is made in such form...
The title expresses the author's conviction that the present dysgenic differential birth rate, through which those elements of the population whose perpetuation is least to be desired have the most children, is indeed a predicament. "We are forced to conclude that the more intelligent...
The innumerable activities of the government in relationship to medical practice during the emergency have been carefully recorded in preceding issues of The Journal. Through constant contact with authorities in Washington by representatives of the Bureau of Legal Medicine and...
Eczema due to contact with various substances in the environment is a well recognized condition to which the literature contains many references.1 The diagnosis of the cause in the individual patient is not easy, and the case reported here demonstrates the need of prolonged study and observation...
MEDICAL AND HOSPITAL SERVICES FOR ILL AND INJURED EMPLOYEES OF FEDERAL CIVIL WORKS ADMINISTRATION
Four million five hundred thousand men and women have been given employment under the Federal Civil Works Administration since Nov. 16, 1933. They are being paid wages...
Professor Ramón y Cajal has contributed more to the understanding of the structure of the nervous system than any other scientist, ancient or modern, and no one has extended his inquiries over a wider field in general histology. All teachers of the subject will be interested to know his...
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