Transactions of the Sixth International Congress on Tuberculosis, Volume 4 (Google eBook)

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Fell, 1908
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Contents

The Piece Work System as a Factor in the Tuberculosis of WageWorkers
139
Factory Legislation and Tuberculosis
179
Tuberculosis
191
Pulmonary Tuberculosis among Printer
209
Norfes on Mortality from Tuberculous Phthisis in England and Wales and on
218
Hie legitimate Exorcise of the Police Power in the Protection of Health
230
A Comprehensive Program for the Prevention of Tuberculosis
236
Hie Fund Inn of Kolief Agencies and its Variations in the Campaign for Social
245
reservation nntitubcrculeusc chcx les jeunes filles dans les centres manufacturiers
253
Industrial Insurance with Helntion to the Conflict with Tuberculosis
263
Illnlnlre duii illKiRiilre do Faubourg
284
bhIitm nntitiilioiviilouHPH imversois
291
dlspehsaJre nntitubemuVnx do Lyon
300
Ttw Institution Hulmn Health and its Work
310
IMnttim f TVitamihwi to Crime and tho Incarcerated Criminal
320
Wwtly of th lUtatlon of Prostitution to Tuberculosis
332
Some of the Difficulties Professional
353
Institutional Care for Early or for Advanced Consumptives?
361
The Examination of Patients exposed to Tuberculosis and Patients suspected of having Tuberculosis
367
Five Years Inquiry into the Home Conditions of poor Consumptives in the West
374
How to deal with the Danger to Patients of Return to Unfavorable Conditions
381
The Question of Farm
387
A Comprehensive Plan for the Treatment of the Tuberculosis Problem
398
Training for Professional Nursing in Institutions for Tuberculous Patients
407
Tuberculosis among the Jews
415
The Prevalence of Tuberculosis among the Italians in the United States
429
Is the Prevalence of Tuberculosis among the Negroes due to Race Tendency?
454
Pulmonary Tuberculosis among the Scandinavians
463
Tuberculosis in the Irish Race
473
The Importance of Nursing and Supervision of Advanced Cases of Tuberculosis 546 Miss Harriet Fulmer
549
The Discharged Sanatorium Patient
556
Home Occupations in Families of Consumptives and Possible Dangers to
564
The Attitude of the Modern District Nurse toward Tuberculosis
570
The True Functions of the Tuberculosis Nurse
576
Elementary Instruction as to Tuberculosis 685
585
Educational Propaganda through Local Lay Agencies especially in Schools
596
The Colleges of the United States and the Campaign against Tuberculosis
602
Ma Wilijam Harmon Norton The Body or the Bacilluswhich shall be emphasized in the Hygienic Education
614
Hygienic Instruction in Schools
621
A Proposition to Introduce a Public Health Week into the Public Schools
628
La lutte contre la tuberculose a Lyon
641
Tuberculosis and Two Thousand Dollars a Year
656
The Popular Lecture in the Crusade against Tuberculosis
663
The Blue Star A Simple and Practical Way to interest People in Tuberculosis and to Raise Funds to Combat the Disease
676
Tuberculosis and the Public Schools
682
Report on the Teaching of Elementary Hygiene in the Training Colleges and Ele
693
Note sur le role des associations de la propriete batie en France au sujet de
713
Le traitement des dtats pr6tuberculeux dans les institutions speciales Preven
722
Some Uses of the Imagination in the Prevention of Tuberculosis
731
Diet as an Element in increasing Resistance with special Reference to the Protein
740
The Importance of Oral and Dental Conditions in Tuberculosis
765
The Promotion of Immunity through Physical Education
770
les tuberculeux pseudo
783
Address
789
Address
795
Address
808
Closing Remarks of the President
814

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Page 236 - The limitations which this statute places upon her contractual powers, upon her right to agree with her employer as to the time she shall labor, are not imposed solely for her benefit, but also largely for the benefit of all. Many words cannot make this plainer. The two sexes differ
Page 280 - when a question of fact is debated and debatable, and the extent to which a special constitutional limitation goes is affected by the truth in respect to that fact, a widespread and long-continued belief concerning it is worthy of consideration. We take
Page 236 - The two sexes differ hi structure of body, in the functions to be performed by each, in the amount of physical strength, in the capacity for long-continued labor, particularly when done standing, the influence of vigorous health upon the future well-being of the race, the self-reliance which enables one to assert full rights, and in the capacity to maintain the struggle for subsistence.
Page 236 - in the capacity for long-continued labor, particularly when done standing, the influence of vigorous health upon the future well-being of the race, the self-reliance which enables one to assert full rights, and in the capacity to maintain the struggle for subsistence.
Page 27 - The struggle with tuberculosis is intimately bound up with the solution of the most complex economic problems, and no plans will be complete which have not for their basis the material and moral improvement of the people. The struggle with tuberculosis demands the mobilization of all social forces, public and private, official and voluntary.
Page 480 - there were few consumptives in the old world, when men lived much upon milk, and that the ancient inhabitants of this Island were less troubled with coughs when they went naked and slept in caves and woods than men now in chambers and feather beds.
Page 235 - and Mr. Justice Peckham, delivering the opinion of the court, said : the case, the individuals, whose rights are thus made the subject of legislative interference, are under the protection of the federal constitution regarding their liberty of contract as well as of person ; and the legislature of the State has no power to limit their right as proposed in this statute.
Page 675 - diet" cures, plasters, serums, etc.) widely advertised in the daily papers are, in the opinion of the Committee, without value, and do not at all justify the extravagant claims made for them, and serve chiefly to enrich their promoters at the expense of the poor and frequently ignorant or credulous consumptive
Page 638 - California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
Page 449 - is insufficient for a family of five to maintain a proper standard of living in the Borough of Manhattan. Leaving aside the exceptions, it is apparent that on an income of $600 to $700 many families in Manhattan have a fierce struggle for existence.

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