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Government Studies Tobacco Program.—
US Surgeon General Luther Terry has ordered the Public Health Service to start work immediately on "appropriate remedial action" as a result of the findings of the Surgeon General's Advisory Committee that cigaret smoking is a...
In 1877, President Grover Cleveland signed a bill commissioning the Fort Logan military post on a 308-acre site near Denver. Eighty-four years later, the first patients arrived for treatment in the new Fort Logan Mental Health Center; the old fort has been transformed into a combination...
"There are 15 million people with TB in the world who could recover, and the cost of their treatment would be negligible, according to J. R. Bignall, MD, of the Institute of Diseases of the Chest, London. A representative of the International Union Against Tuberculosis (IUAT), he...
Does the young man with chest pain have coronary heart disease or doesn't he?
To help answer this question, investigators at Harvard Medical School's division of cardiology, headed by Richard Gorlin, MD, are attempting to establish a profile for both the diseased and the normal...
" Not ot bacteria, not viruses—but control of personal physical environment is the medical frontier of today," Lee E. Farr, MD of Houston, Texas, told physicians attending the AMA Clinical Meeting in Portland, Oregon last December.
He specifically cited "everyday noise" (ie,...
Although the first American on his way to the moon may lack many of the comforts of home, the air he breathes will probably be an earthlike mixture of four parts nitrogen to one of oxygen, in sharp contrast to the pure oxygen atmosphere used in the six Project Mercury capsules....
"There is at present, no uniform approach to the problem of rheumatoid arthritis," according to J. H. Kellgran, MD, professor of rheumatology at the University of Manchester (England). Kellgran was among the speakers at the Technical Conference on the Public Health Aspects of Rheumatoid...
The American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery has awarded the 1963 Foundation Certificates of Honorable Mention to Gilbert B. Snyder, MD, whose essay was entitled "Evaluation of Homografts Prolongation Methods" and Richard C. Schultz, MD,...
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