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March 19, 1898

Outlines of Rural Hygiene.

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For Physicians. Students and Sanitarians. By Harvey B. Bashore, M.D., Inspector for the State Board of Health of Pennsylvania. With an Appendix on the Normal Distribution of Chlorine, by Prof. Herbert E. Smith of Yale University. Illustrated with Twenty Engravings, 5½x8 inches. Pp. vi-84. Extra cloth, 75 cents net. The F. A. Davis Co., Publishers, 1914-16 Cherry Street, Philadelphia; 117 W. Forty-second Street, New York City; 9 Lakeside Building, 218-220 S. Clark Street, Chicago, Ill.

JAMA. 1898;XXX(12):685. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440640053020

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Abstract

This little work is a very useful one and one very much needed. Indeed, the neglected point of sanitation today is the country. In cities the work is attended to by able and well equipped health departments, but rural hygiene is supposed to take care of itself. We bespeak for these "Outlines" of Dr. Bashore a wide circulation and careful attention.

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