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This brief book presents discussions of various phases of printing and the preparation of copy. It may serve as a source of information for those who are interested in occasional acquaintanceship with printing, but it cannot be regarded by serious students as a reference source. Of...
Intended to provide answers to questions of women who wonder about the clinical and psychologic symptoms associated with the change of life, this volume offers an interesting approach for intelligent lay readers and much useful information for the average woman.
This is a detailed study of the number of eosinophils in health and disease. The literature on the subject is reviewed under the headings of physiology and pathology, and personal observations on 150 normal persons and 402 psychiatric patients are analyzed. In the neuroses and in...
The term "protein" was introduced into the scientific literature by the Dutch agricultural chemist Mulder in 1838. According to Sir Harold Hartley, as quoted by Vickery,1 the term was suggested to Mulder by the Swedish chemist Berzelius. The word "protein" was derived from the Greek...
The development of nuclear physics, having been dramatized by the explosion of several atomic bombs, has impressed everyone with the importance of radioactivity and the ionizing radiations. Physicians have watched these developments with much concern, anxious lest unexpected damage...
Dr. Jensen Goes to New York.—
Dr. Frode Jensen, associate professor of medicine and director of graduate and postgraduate medical education at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, has resigned effective August 1....
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