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THE recognition that ethyl alcohol may be associated with heart disease dates back more than 100 years. In the late 1800s Bollinger, Maguire, Osier, MacKenzie, and others suggested that alcohol could cause myocardial disease, and Graham Steell suggested that alcoholism was a comparatively common...
AS MEDICAL schools have expanded their enrollment in the last decade with the coincident decline of the usefulness of public hospitals for medical education, there has been a considerable increase in university-community hospital affiliations. Although a number of problems have been encountered...
Babies who eat no animal protein fail to grow at normal rate
The young home economist was clearly taken aback.
She had presented a workmanlike paper whose main conclusion was that a small group of infants on "vegan" diets (diets completely free of animal protein, except early breast feeding)...
To the Editor.—
Various palsies and neuritides have been reported to occur with occupations and pastimes. Tennis players suffer entrapment of the deep branch and the recurrent epicondylar branch of the radial nerve in the so-called tennis elbow. Hod carriers sustain damage to the long thoracic...
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The question about estrogens in beef production (227:1067, 1974) was probably answered before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) withdrew its ban on diethylstilbestrol in animal feed. At any rate, in January 1974, the FDA again allowed this agent to be used in animal foods....
This second edition, appearing six years after the first, has been expanded into two volumes that contain 1,265 illustrations, of which approximately 700 are new. The quality of the roentgenographic reproductions is an outstanding feature of the book. All illustrations are large and many fill an...
A double-blind study was undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of clindamycin hydrochloride hydrate as compared with tetracycline hydrochloride and placebo in the treatment of Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Thirty-two young adult men were studied. Clindamycin failed to cause defervescence or...
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