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Now to this great mass of children who never reach the secondary schools, who terminate their school life before established adolescence has set in, we, as believers in preventive medicine and general hygiene, ought to pay more attention than we do, it seems to Not many years ago after some wrestling with certain legal questions, an instructor of hygiene was appointed for the Boston schools (blazer).

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The measures to be employed are change in diet, removal from the infected district, and, as a prophylaxis, proper order preservation of the maize. Austin Flint, of New York, an observer whose acquirements, accuracy of observation, and soundness of judgment have justly earned for him a European as well as an American reputation, for ascertaining that an affection so apparently irregular in its course, and so generally supposed to require active treatment as rheumatism, belongs to the class of self-limited diseases. In arrangement of subject matter it is conspicuously good, in style concise and princess lucid, and its practical quality is notable.

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