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This clearly and simply written textbook is probably well suited to the needs of a college course designed to introduce the student to the problem of health and hygiene. It is divided into nine sections, including parts devoted to anatomy and physiology, history of medicine, infection, hygiene of everyday life, and, finally, a very sound section on mental health.
The work is too elementary to be used by medical students, but should help the undergraduate to understand some of the problems of medical care. The practitioner may find it useful to orient patients in relation to his own work.
Hygiene.. Ann Intern Med. 1947;26:465–466. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-26-3-465_2
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