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Keogh Bill Becomes Law.—
The Keogh bill, allowing the nation's self-employed to deduct one-half of their retirement savings, was put on the law books shortly before Congress adjourned.
The new law allows self-employed people to deduct from their income...
Since remote antiquity, mineral springs have had their devotees among professional and lay people alike. In the Greek world, temples were erected to Aesculapius in areas renowned for their springs and physical beauty. The Romans carried on the Asklepieion of the Greeks and developed some...
A new derivative of penicillin, alphaaminobenzyl penicillin, was found to have in vitro activity against both gramnegative and gram-positive bacteria, thus broadening its antimicrobial spectrum beyond that of any previous penicillin compound. The drug was given both orally and...
Dr. Frederick Elton Ash, chief psychologist of the Veterans Administration area medical office in St. Paul, Minn., has been appointed chief consulting psychologist in the psychology division of the VA Department of Medicine and Surgery in Washington, D.C.
He will supervise the...
The 31st annual meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics will be held in Chicago at the Palmer House, Oct. 27-Nov. 1.
The sections which will have separate programs are surgery, cardiology, allergy, child development and diseases of the chest. There also will be 10 seminars...
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