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The rapidly growing information with respect to the nature of the so-called deficiency diseases includes evidence that there are many instances of latent avitaminosis or subacute disorder not commonly recognized. Obviously, persons who give no conspicuous evidence of deficiency maladies...
The six teachers collaborating are William Wright, London Hospital Medical School; Thomas Yeates, Middlesex Hospital Medical School; J. S. B. Stopford, University of Manchester; S. E. Whitnall, McGill University, Montreal; Mary F. Lucas Keene, London School of Medicine for Women, and E....
Most of the published reports on the incidence of human intestinal protozoa in the United States are based on studies of patients in charitable institutions; that is, indigent persons. The present survey is offered to show the incidence of intestinal protozoa in individuals of a higher...
Workmen's Compensation Acts: Mental Deterioration and Death Due to Arteriosclerosis, Not Trauma.—
Spalding, a blacksmith, about 58 years old, was found sitting in a dazed condition in a pit in which he had been working. He was able, however, to climb up the steps...
No conclusion concerning the cause of multiple sclerosis is possible from the anatomic point of view. Curtius believes that many morphologic data point to a constitutional factor in this disease. A review of the cases reported in the literature shows that in 390 cases of multiple...
MEDICAL BROADCAST FOR THE WEEK
Columbia Broadcasting System
A new program arrangement has been concluded through the courtesy of the Columbia Broadcasting System for a weekly broadcast on the Educational Forum from 4:30 to 4:45 p. m.,...
Elimination of Tuberculous Cattle. —
Recognizing that California has the largest number of tuberculous animals in its dairy herds of any state, a committee representing the Health Officers' Section of the League of California...
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