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The third portion of the book carries the story of magic to modern times. Separation of the favorable events of magic as a part of religion and hostile or destructive forces as evils, witches or devils were a refinement and extension of primitive man's beliefs. Following these ideas...
To the Editor:—
I have just read, with great interest, the courageous article by Drs. Bresnick, Woodard and Sageman in which a frank statement is made of three fatal reactions following the intravenous administration of aminophylline (The Journal, February 7, p....
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A recent editorial entitled "Diabetes and Arteriosclerosis in Youth" (The Journal, Dec. 20,1947, p. 1074) appears to demand certain qualifications. The assertion that the degree of control of hyperglycemia and glycosuria with insulin is the principal...
The way a person lives determines in part the disease he will contract. This concept, which for centuries was known to be valid for occupational and infectious diseases, has been extended in recent years to include not only exposure to specific noxious agents but repeated and chronic...
This monograph contains an exhaustive review of the published reports on the existence, production and actions of antigonadotropic substances. The author has also included original data from his own investigations, derived both from laboratory and front clinical studies. Considerable...
Following is the list of stations broadcasting the program, as reported by the National Broadcasting Company:
N.B.C. BROADCAST SCHEDULE
"Doctors Today," which is broadcast over approximately one hundred and forty...
Typical of the American way in meeting the challenge of our major problems in disease is the work of the American Cancer Society, representing the biggest type of cooperation between a voluntary organization, the medical profession and the public. The confidence of the people of the...
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