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Total serum cholesterol was determined in eight boys and eight girls selected at random for each age from seven through twelve in schools with children from the following three population groups: urban upper-income business and professional families, urban lower-income families living in a poor...
Metaplasia of the uterine epithelium of estrogen-treated rats begins as many independent centers that grow and coalesce to produce a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium which replaces the original uterine epithelium. The origin of epithelial metaplasia produced by estrogen stimulation...
Determinations of the vitamin B 12 level in the plasma were made on 201 persons between the ages of 37 and 92 years. A statistically significant decline in the plasma vitamin B 12 level with age was found. This decline, calculated by the method of least squares, was 0.00521 mµg per ml of plasma...
Using basic data on height and weight provided by Behnke and associates who measured the specific gravity in 176 normal men, three equations have been developed by which the specific gravity of men may be calculated from height and weight data. It is believed that these equations give results...
Ingestion of 296 g of alpha tocopherol by a normal adult male over a period of 93 days resulted in a sustained average plasma tocopherol concentration of 2.26 ± 0.86 mg per 100 ml. This was statistically significant and approximately twice the control level of 1.15 ± 0.37 mg per 100 ml. A...
Girls in primary public schools served as subjects in a study to determine the iron requirements in the Peruvian jungle area. The girls were heavily infested with a variety of intestinal parasites. Seventy-five per cent of the subjects showed Ascaris, 91 per cent hookworm, and 81 per cent...
The published evidence indicates that obese patients can safely lose nitrogen during weight reduction. It suggests that some loss of nitrogen may be a proper part of reduction, since the obese subject probably has more than a normal amount of nitrogen in his body. Although in principle it is...
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