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Smoking and Cancer of the Lung.
—The Minister of Health has published the report of the Standing Advisory Committee on Cancer and Radiotherapy. At a press conference called to coincide with the publication of this report the Minister issued the following statement: "(1) There has been an...
To the Editor:
—I am writing this letter to correct what I believe to be a misleading impression created by the article of Dewald and others, "Vertebral Fractures as a Complication of Electroconvulsive Therapy," that appeared in the March 20, 1954, issue of The Journal. The impression created...
This book answers such questions as "What is a book?"; "How and when did the book originate?"; "On what material and with what tools was it written in past periods and in different lands?"; and "What contents did it have?" The present work supplies in a simple yet comprehensive way the...
Successful living in the last quarter of the life span depends greatly on how the aging person lived during the first three quarters. It also depends on his understanding of the aging process and his willingness to adjust physically, emotionally, and socially to the changes that take place. The...
The management of anxiety, agitation, and manic states in psychoneurotic and in psychotic patients is a problem inadequately solved by current therapeutic measures. Moreover, conditions such as severe obsessive-compulsive neuroses, chronic hypochondriasis, chronic schizophrenia, and agitated...
—The Waterbury Hospital and the Waterbury Heart Association will present the following symposium at the hospital, May 6, from 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m.:
Some New Concepts of Hypertension, George A. Perera, New York.
Pathological Aspects of Hypertension, Levin L....
This is an important critical evaluation of hypnotic techniques and current research. The author holds degrees in physics, biology, mathematics, and psychology and has engaged in physiological research and teaching. This background and an extensive experience in hypnosis qualify him to evaluate...
A 41-year-old white man, a meat salesman, first entered St. Luke's Hospital in March, 1952, because of shortness of breath of one year's duration. The heart was found to be enlarged to the left, with systolic and diastolic murmurs at the aortic area. He was known to have had hypertension for...
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