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This short book reports a survey beginning in 1938 and extending for a year, intended to disclose causes of crime in England as elicited by statistical means. There is a survey of previous studies, and the present analysis is made not only in London but in outlying communities, and a...
Some fifteen years have elapsed since the first report on the use of standardized estrogenic substance as treatment of women in the climacteric syndrome. Skepticism about the nature of the menopause and the value of its endocrine therapy has been allayed and the indications for use have...
NEW VACCINE TO PROTECT ARMY AGAINST SPREAD OF INFLUENZA
The War Department announced recently plans for the procurement and possible use of a vaccine to combat the spread of influenza in the Army, should the disease occur in epidemic...
From May 2 to June 25, 1943, during Tennessee maneuvers, approximately 2,600 patients were admitted to the wards of our evacuation hospital. Hundreds of these patients presented dermatologic evidence of having been bitten by ticks. The present illness of most of these soldiers was in no way...
This study was undertaken principally to observe the various physiologic changes occurring in typhus fever with special attention directed to the status of the general circulation. Previous descriptions of the disease frequently refer to cardiac collapse, cardiac failure or cardiac...
This book provides a discussion of collapse therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis, with special reference to artificial pneumothorax. The author believes that the old practice of attempting artificial pneumothorax in every case before considering surgery, particularly thoracoplasty, should...
(From a Special Correspondent)
Sept. 25, 1944.
Sensenich Urges Physical Fitness Program
A nationwide program of physical fitness, "not a Hitler youth movement, but routines of living for the purpose of...
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