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When scrapings from the feet mounted by the usual method in potash are examined microscopically for the presence of ringworm fungi, two kinds of fungus-like structures are commonly observed. One kind consists of long, more or less sinuous, sparingly branched threads, which are...
This year the extension divisions and departments of speech of a considerable number of universities and colleges as well as the debating associations of the high schools and similar institutions in many states have chosen as their topic "Resolved, That the several states should enact...
The American Medical Association broadcasts over the Blue network of the National Broadcasting Company at 5 p. m. eastern standard time (4 o'clock central standard time, 3 o'clock mountain time) each Tuesday, presenting a dramatized program with...
Pemberton is conceded to be a leading authority on rheumatic diseases. He has done excellent experimental and research work on this and related conditions. He is chairman of the American Committeefor the Study and Control of Rheumatism and a prime factor in the formation of the American...
INFANTILE PARALYSIS VACCINES
The most sensational feature of the scientific discussions at the meeting of the American Public Health Association, held in Milwaukee last week, was the presentation of papers and discussions of these papers on vaccines used for...
The treatment of hemorrhoids by the injection of a sclerosing solution has finally achieved respectability and has proved its worth in the alleviation of one of mankind's commonest and most annoying maladies. Experience has proved that injections will be successful only if made accurately and...
The author's record as research student of economics, fellow of King's College, Cambridge, soldier, poet, novelist, and writer on historical and pedagogic subjects shows a versatility that is evident in the present volume. It is an attempt to outline "the master science of mind-training,...
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