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This is a good book written by a man who is professor of hygiene at the University of Bogota and president of the Red Cross of Colombia. Dr. Bejarano is concerned over the lack of good judgment in the choice of foods which he finds among so many of the people of Colombia. They take to...
Goldblatt,1 in a series of historic experiments, showed that hypertension was induced in animals by constricting the renal arteries. Numerous investigators have confirmed and amplified these observations on various animals, and it is now universally admitted that lasting hypertension follows the...
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Since its introduction in obstetrics, paraldehyde has proved to be a valuable analgesic agent in labor. In addition to its excellent analgesic and amnesic properties, its usefulness has been greatly enhanced by the relaxation and sleep it affords the...
Many approaches and many methods are and have been in use in the study of alcoholism—social, religious and economic as well as scientific. Special societies ranging from the Association for the Study of Alcoholism, with its objective approach, to Alcoholics Anonymous, with its emotional...
The University of California Medical School will offer a refresher course on "Clinical Aspects of New Therapy" in Toland Hall, University of California Hospital, San Francisco, January 5-7. Designed to meet...
While the physician treating patients with diabetes mellitus devotes much attention to the early discovery of infections, the importance of the infections involving the urinary tract has been underestimated. It is our purpose in this paper to discuss a severe form of urinary tract...
In 1937 the American Medical Association resumed its annual summaries of injuries resulting from the celebration of the Fourth of July with fireworks. This report for 1941 is the fifth of the reports in the series. The second series constitutes a resumption of similar summaries...
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