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Occasional Papers on the Prevention of Some Common Diseases in Childhood

By Wallace, James Sim

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Title: Occasional Papers on the Prevention of Some Common Diseases in Childhood  
Author: Wallace, James Sim
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Language: English
Subject: Children, Child care, Child welfare
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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1912
Publisher: London; Baillière, Tindall, and Cox

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Sim, 1869-195, W. J. (1912). Occasional Papers on the Prevention of Some Common Diseases in Childhood. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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1. Diet in infancy and childhood--2. Observatons on the dietaries in boys' and girls' schools--3. Main lines of reform in feedng at public and private schools--4. The Addendum Prandii and professional education--5. Open windows and adenoids--6. Oral bacteria aand acquired immunity to disease--7. Observations on the prevention of tuberculosis--8. Observations on the prevention of dental caries--9. Observations on infant mortality and milk

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University of Toronto : Gerstein - University of Toronto

 

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