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This is the second edition of a textbook covering in one volume the subjects of water supply, water purification, sewerage, sewage treatment and storm drainage. New material includes a discussion of the principles of chlorination to produce free available chlorine residuals, commonly...
This report from the British Armed Services is a brief statement of what was done during the last war by psychologists and psychiatrists with a series of appendixes outlining activities and procedures. The work of the psychiatrists is summarized and recommendations made as follows:...
The family physician, even though he does not practice surgery, is interested in surgical developments. Many general practitioners do what is known as ordinary general surgery and do it well.
The purpose of this paper is briefly to outline and summarize some of the developments...
Eye Hospital Dedicated.—
The Thigpen-Cater Eye Hospital, commemorating Dr. Charles A. Thigpen and Dr. Job T. Cater, of Montgomery, and built through the generosity of Dr. Thigpen, was dedicated on November 2 at Birmingham (The...
Recently, Mellanby (1946)1 has shown that when white flour is bleached with nitrogen trichloride, known as the "agene" process, a toxic product is produced which will induce running fits when the flour is included in rations fed to dogs. Earlier, Arnold and Elvehjem (1939)2 prepared a...
For about twenty-five years mills have been exposing flour to nitrogen trichloride, a method recognized officially as safe for aging flour artificially. Such exposure not only improves the baking quality of flour quickly and effectively but also produces a larger, softer loaf of bread...
The treatment of flour with chemical agents is a widespread commercial practice. In general these chemical agents are applied either for "bleaching" or for "improving" the flour. Common usage has made the term bleaching synonymous for both of these effects. The main reasons for using...
The author provides in this volume a fairly detailed history of the development of child-welfare activities in this country from colonial days to the present. Coming in for particular attention throughout the years following its establishment in 1912 is the work of the United States...
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