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While it is true that modern war, the organized killing of our fellow men and wholesale destruction of the products of human toil, can be waged most efficiently by men between the ages of 18 and 35, the industrial needs of this war have already demonstrated anew several important facts...
The topic assigned to me is obviously one that cannot be discussed in any thorough fashion in the brief time at my disposal. Therefore I shall attempt merely (a) to present briefly some of the important phases of the subject that must occur to any thoughtful student of the problem of...
To say that respiratory infections are responsible for more loss of time from industry than any other single group of disorders is only to repeat a well known statement. This subject has been discussed on many occasions, and at the Third Annual Congress on Industrial Health, which was...
The author has done extensive research in the field of bacteriology of meats, and this book contains the results of much of his own research. The introduction and history in chapter 1 covers in a scholarly manner much interesting material from ancient times. The chapter on the gaseous...
It is hardly necessary to recite to a group of this character the advantages which might reasonably be expected to accrue for one who is careful to maintain himself in an optimum state of nutrition. That not only the individual but the nation as a whole would derive benefit from a system...
To the Editor:—
In the January 23 issue of The Journal, under Current Comment, you reviewed an article by Dr. Arthur R. Lack on Intravascular Agglutinations in Avian Malaria. In your review you credit to the University of Chicago the original and fundamental...
Shortage of man power and economic pressure necessitate the employment of millions of women in industry. Sufficient medical data are not available to draft final recommendations about the effect of various kinds of employment on the gynecologic or...
The Pima County Medical Society was addressed in Tucson, January 12, by Capt. Robert J. Stein, M. C., U. S. Army, on "An Open Psychiatric Division in a General Hospital"; Major Sigmund Mage, M. C., U. S. Army,...
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