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Readers may still be interested to hear that the patient with symptoms of angina pectoris whose diaphragmatic flutter has attracted much attention has put in his appearance on the West Coast.
He was brought by ambulance to the Collis P. and...
Coronary atherosclerosis manifested clinically by angina pectoris and coronary thrombosis has become an increasingly important cause of disability and death in the United States, especially among the business and professional leaders of the community. Its unusual frequency in patients...
Critical reviews of scientific and medical subjects are becoming increasingly common and are serving the useful purpose of integrating the vast amount of original research work undertaken in this country and throughout the world. This first annual review of physiology is one of the...
For almost ten years, marihuana smoking in the United States has engaged the attention of police officials, narcotic officers, prosecutors, judges and physicians. With its spread, the attention given marihuana in the press has increased. It is frequently a theme in contemporary...
When one turns back the pages of medical history and reads of the epidemics of the Middle Ages, one is struck by two things: the helplessness of the population and the superstition of the human mind. When an epidemic of poliomyelitis occurs today, the helplessness remains but the...
Development of surgery in the United States has been unprecedented for its rapidity, its quality and its scientific character. Few, if any, would contest the claim that today American surgery leads all the world. In 1920, when the Archives of Surgery was established by the American...
HEALTH PROBLEMS IN EDUCATION
THIRD SYMPOSIUM, HELD AT ST. LOUIS, MAY 16, 1939
DR. S. JUDD BEACH, PORTLAND, MAINE, IN THE CHAIR
A Symposium on Health Problems in Education was arranged by the Joint Committee on Health Problems in...
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