Kentucky Medical Journal, Volume 10 (Google eBook)

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Kentucky State Medical Association, 1913 - Medicine
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294 Mary Baker Eddy
p. 893 Babies milk fund association
168 glowing report of McCormack by M K Allen

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712 every health officer needs an able bodied fool killer
714 the conflict between ignorance and science makes an awful struggle
We have in our part of the State a peculiar variety of ignorant people. They are natural born citizens who are destitute of reason and the common powers of understanding. Being deficient in intellect they pursue a course contrary to the dictates of wisdom. They act contrary to medical, moral, and religious wisdom. Usually they are filled with prejudice. Not being able to appeal to their reason, nothing but the cold letter of the law appeals to them. In them are found difficulties and problems for the health officers.
149 National Department of Health
187 Stucky criticizes State Board for licensing practices
635 Annual Conference of Health Officers in Louisville, gives details of Louisville Health Department
636 Blindness in Ky
791 McMullen on Trachoma
Mccormack and pure food
798 problems of the health officer
 

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