Of smallpox in London is the refusal of the country cottagers, for fear of infection, to entertain the thousands of the poorest slum children which every summer get a week in the country through the exertions of various charitable organizations (

The pressing needs now are: Hospitals for advanced cases, sanatoria outside the city for Incipient cases, the inspection of workshops, and the enforcement of sanitary measures in them and in public conveyances. In view of the physiological facts stated and the tests presented which could be enlarged greatly, I believe we do well to note the trend toward"A Low Protein Diet." Personally believing the principles to be rational and physiological, and having had nineteen years of practical trial, for the human race.

( Paleface, delicate young man; three years The same subjects submitted to the experiments after Six subjects, all Europeans, upwards of thirty years in the island: all very healthy; at different times of the day, r Scotsman; lives in the interior, visits the rs rate; rather infirm, and very thin. Since we alone are permitted to use drugs, it would seem the part of worldly wisdom that we should therefore develop our monopolized field to the utmost extent of its possibility. In the eye the retina can not be moved, and hence the curvature of the lens is altered in the following manner: The lens is elastic, and normally is kept slightly flattened by the tension of surrounding parts. The disease broke out, and ran its course, in a few weeks, off Belize, a position abounding in the cause of periodic fever, two days after the ship's arrival there from the anchorage at Port Royal. Children with neurological disease are at greater factors are scoliosis, muscle spasm or poor tone, lower LES pressure, chronic supine positioning, or medications. In very many cases the menstrual epoch is attended by great mental depression and occasionally by extreme bodily sufTering. It's a mistake to give whisky to the babies; they don't need it, and it may do infinite harm.

Fortunately, pyemia is a much less common disease now than it was before the era of antisepsis, and can be regarded more as a complication than as a distinct and separate disease. TJ uffalo Medical and Surgical Journal. And speed the day, too, when men and women will consider the method of production; when sweat-shops will be things of the past; when department stores, factories, and all other establishments will be con ducted on humane principles; when wages will be given those at work sufficient to warrant their living without crime. Top - very many deformities occur from the defective position of children at school, and toe-drop is a deformity very frequently following deformities are exaggerated because of the advice of the family physician to postpone treatment until the child is older and in better condition for operation. From past experience in healing other small ventral hemia, the writer feels justified in calling the attention of the profession to its possibilities. In this we have all appreciated at least the point of the alkaloidal practice. It would be unwise for the Commission to recommend that the children of the Commonwealth be subjected to the naturopathic experiment. It is a most astounding fact that in this they"do not know where they are at." They have studied serum therapy, and are still at sea after accomplishing two good things in the time mentioned. Wendell Ross of Van Buren was recently awarded with a plaque of appreciation from the Arkansas Highway Traffic Safety Administration for his assistance in a Drug Recognition Expert School sponsored by the Fort Smith police. When a given area is anesthetized, it is desirable to take out as many hairs in that place as possible; yet, to avoid scarring, hairs should not be removed so closely to gether but that sound tissue will intervene between two points treated. Recently, Arkansas Podiatrists have agreed to join our other medical volunteers in donating their services. The building faces the Plaza on the north and is practically the same as when first erected. It will be particularly noticed that no emesis occurred until Yeratrum Yiride was given. Always give the dominants in addition to the variants throughout, even giving the former every quarter hour for a long time and with the exclusion of the variants if need In the Gastrointestinal Form of Inflaenza, Castro gives the saline laxative to clear the alimentary tract, followed by morphine hydrochloride, in small doses every hour, or if not well borne, he substitutes brucine in the same number. Thus, it is very doubtful if scarlatina begins in the blood, as we should all be apt to say, rather than in any other tissue or fluid.

If you are a subscriber you have already received fyour copy; if you are not a subscriber you should"line up" publication in the hands of as many laymen The first number contains many things of special interest. Director of the division of registration, as chairman, three members of the senate, one of whom shall be appointed by the minority leader of the senate, three members of the house, one of whom shall be appointed by the minority leader of the house of representatives, the director of the board of registration in medicine or her designee, the commissioner of the department of public health or his designee, a member to be appointed by the Massachusetts Society of Naturopathic Physicians, a member to be appointed by the Massachusetts Medical Society, and a member to be appointed by the Acupuncture Society of Massachusetts, for the purpose of making an investigation and study'dative to the utilization and licensing of complementary and alternative medical practitioners in the commonwealth.


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