The Sanitarian, Volume 21

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A. S. Barnes and Company, 1888 - Hygiene
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McCormacks Pres Address at Conference of State Boards

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p. 569 liquids and obestiy. Physician dranla etoh daily x 9 years and measured effects-no surprises here!!

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