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A RAPE occurs every six minutes in this country. The articles in this series look at what is known about this societal malignancy and the ways that physicians can help rape survivors.
Statistics compiled by Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR) in Philadelphia indicate that the 1020 reported rapes...
The elevator door closed and I thought I should use the stairs while making rounds to get more exercise. I wasn't going to let a middle-age roll sneak up on me.
"How is that bacterial endocarditis in 417?"
Turning around, I noted that the disembodied voice belonged to one of our brighter young...
To the Editor.—
I am responding to the summary of results from the latest survey of public opinion recently published by the American Medical Association (AMA).1 It was not surprising to learn that the AMA survey of the public showed that "substantial majorities [of the public] are now...
The author of this book is a pediatrician with extensive successful experience in serving as an advocate on behalf of children and child health in the United States. He played an active role in the enactment of federal legislation— the Flammable Fabrics Act Amendments (1967), the Sudden Infant...
In 1913, a year after the founding of the Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States, N. P. Colwell, MD, secretary of the American Medical Association's Council on Medical Education and an original fellow of the federation, writing in the first issue of the federation's quarterly,...
The title of this volume is misleading. It should be subtitled A Public Health Perspective. Anyone familiar with the long and distinguished career of Milton Roemer would have a good idea of what to expect in an introductory overview such as this, irrespective of the title. The book is designed...
To the Editor.—
Recent reports in JAMA and elsewhere are giving needed attention to the dangers and prevalence of smokeless tobacco use.1-3 Perhaps most disquieting are patterns of snuff and chewing tobacco use among American adolescents.4 Those who begin using smokeless tobacco early in life...
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