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Examination of age-adjusted death rates for men and women in the United States for 1950 to 1978 shows that the "Weaker Sex" remains the stronger sex.
According to data presented by Dorothy P. Rice, director of the National Center for Health Statistics, at a Johns Hopkins University symposium on...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract To the Editor.— I regret to note that one of the references cited in my article "The Psychological Problems of Vietnam Veterans" (1981;246:781) contained...
The comments from Drs Dunn and Mandelkorn were greatly appreciated. Of particular interest was the confusion regarding periodic FEV1 readings that were in fact taken in both groups at the stated intervals and that we thought were not close enough to cause substantial fatigue in...
The initial observation that Dr Heyden makes was also made by the authors of the Los Angeles VA study, which was mentioned largely for historical interest and by way of introducing the subject of the editorial. The same authors concluded that this observation "reduces the possibility...
Celebratory volumes issued on anniversaries of organizations are rarely serious contributions to history. What makes this volume an exception to the general rule is its relatively short text and abundance of photographs, color posters, broadsides, news clippings, cartoons, and letters. It is a...
A retrospective review of 740 charts of patients with a history of adverse reaction to tetanus toxoid immunization was undertaken. The most common reactions, by history, were local edema and tenderness (33%), fever (15%), and anaphylactoid response (33%). Three patients who had a vesicular...
To the Editor.—
The review article entitled "The Argon Laser for Cutaneous Lesions" by Apfelburg et al (1981;245:2073) was most timely. However, one might question the practicality of treating seborrheic keratoses with the argon laser. After all, these "stuck-on" nevoid excrescences are...
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