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The Annual Review of Physiology, which was founded to make available a survey at yearly intervals of significant developments in physiology, has gained a reputation which permits it to be of international usefulness. However, this might be expected, as the work reviewed is not confined...
This volume contains the papers read at a symposium of the Society for Experimental Biology which was held at Cambridge in July 1946. It is the first number of an annual series of symposium reports and represents a useful and informative approach to specialized studies. Nucleic acids are...
This book gives a concise introduction to the use of radioactive isotopes in biology and medicine. The first twenty pages are devoted to the general principles of nuclear physics and the laws of radioactivity. The second part deals with production of radioisotopes, the methods of...
I had been of the opinion that wax crayons so prevalently used by children could be eaten with impunity, as I had observed instances of children and dogs ingesting them with no apparent harm. The case here reported convinced me that the ingestion of certain colors may be serious, and could be...
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The Arizona State Medical Association last year condensed its twenty-six committees into six standing committees and two boards, one of which is the Health Activities Board. This board, which coordinates...
One of the responsibilities of the physician is to provide information for his patient in order to insure good understanding and cooperation. He answers questions and gives personal instructions. Since he is with the patient a short time he welcomes a book such as this, which he can...
Death from anesthesia is an ever present factor in the compilation of statistics on surgical mortality. The importance of this factor has increased as the years have passed since its introduction in 1846. Generally speaking, improvement in the management of the anesthesia period has not...
To clarify the opinions on the subject of the advisability of breast feeding, the material in this article has been collected under four headings: first, the advantages of breast milk as a specific food for infants; second, the advantages of breast feeding as a technic in child care;...
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