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HEW Secretary Anthony J. Celebrezze said he believes state and local governments are primarily responsible for providing public services.
"The Federal government's responsibility should be limited to those matters which are of primary...
Prospects of a longer and more active life span for muscular dystrophy patients were described at the AMA Clinical Meeting in Los Angeles.
Experiments at Northwestern Universify in Chicago suggest the possibility tlittt muscular dystrophy may be a disorder of the metabolism,...
Thirty years ago suicide was more prevalent among Americans in the low-salaried working class. Today it has become more common among well-paid upper-class groups.
This was one of the many factors involved in suicide brought out at the clinical session by Louis I. Dublin, Ph.D.,...
Although automobiles are believed to be the biggest source of Los Angeles smog, exhaust control devices alone will not solve the problem, according to A. H. Haagen-Smit, Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.
"A misconception has gradually developed that the...
If drawing board plans materialize, a vast segment of the general flying public will be breaking the sound barrier sometime in the 1970s "without any greater degree of medical concern than that existing in commerical aviation today," physicians attending at the clinical meeting were...
A good pair of lungs, a level head and stamina are basic requirements for persons who engage in the sport of scuba diving, Dr. L. M. Morrisset of El Cajon, Calif., said last week at the Fourth National Conference on Medical Aspects of Sports.
"Any acute or chronic disease of the...
A new system for identifying tablets and capsules may speed treatment of a poisoning victim, or help a coroner in his study of a death. The drug identification guide will appear in the Dec. 22 issue of The Journal.
The result of four years work, the guide is based on physical...
A split personality regarding nuclear war was recommended for America's physicians at the 13th County Medical Societies Conference on Disaster Medical Care last month in Chicago.
"Each of us, in effect, is a dual personality," said Dr. George V. LeRoy, of Chicago. "As citizens we...
If thoughts of nuclear attack aren't disturbing enough, here are excerpts from Lt Col Loran E. Mott's report to the Disaster Medical Care Conference on chemical and biological warfare:
Chemical and biological weapons, in their own quiet ways, are as potent as the nuclear weapon....
Two medical school deans described their concepts of the family doctor of the future Nov. 10-11 at a conference in Kansas City on graduate education for general practice. The meeting was sponsored by the American Academy of General Practice Foundation.
Dr. Robert H. Alway of...
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