The Influence of Diet on Caries in Children's Teeth: Interim Report, Issues 158-166
H.M. Stationery Office, 1931 - Dental caries - 19 pages
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9 yrs A.C.F. Olive oil Bacteriology Birmingham Borna Disease caries in teeth carious teeth cent Cerebro-spinal Fever child children's teeth Clifford Dobell condition as regards Deciduous Teeth dental condition Dental Disease dental inspection diet dietetic measures Difference between radiostol Diphtheria Dysentery ergosterol extent of caries fat-soluble vitamins Final Inspections Food Poisoning group as compared groups of children Increase in A.C.F. Increase in percentage Inspec Institution I treacle Institution II olive Institution III cod-liver J. N. Cruickshank John Brownlee Lee Pattison M. D. Vernon Major Greenwood Medical Research Council number of carious Nutrition oil First Final Olive oil group P.O. Box Paul Fildes Percentage carious Percentage increase percentage of carious permanent teeth progress of caries R. J. G. Parnell radiostol and olive radiostol group ration of olive regards caries Rickets Salvarsan Second investigation Sheffield similar standard dietary Syphilis Table three institutions tion treacle Tuberculosis vitamin groups Wassermann Test