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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...
These words of one of the final speakers at the AMA National Congress on Mental Illness and Health, October 4-6 in Chicago.
Albee, a professor of psychology at Western Reserve University in Cleveland, discussed the shortage of professional personnel in the mental health field....
Dr. Donald H. Russell of Boston University told a congress section on delinquency that "the causes of delinquency are by now well known. Taking a medical approach to the individual delinquent, delinquency like fever or headache should be considered as a symptom, with the treatment and...
A new approach to mental health— in which care and treatment are centered in the community—can radically reduce the population of large centralized public mental institutions, delegates to the Congress on Mental Health were told.
Dr. Robert H. Felix, director of the National...
In his welcoming remarks to the National Congress, Dr. George M. Fister, President of the AMA, thanked the American Psychiatric Association "for the invaluable cooperation they have given us and our Council on Mental Health in planning and organizing this meeting. And our thanks also to...
The AMA Council on Foods and Nutrition has a word for people who plan to cut down their blood cholesterol by dieting without medical supervision: Don't.
"It can't be done," the council advises.
In the first place, no one can know how much cholesterol his blood contains...
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