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February 28, 1925

HOLLAND

JAMA. 1925;84(9):689-690. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660350053025

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Abstract

The Vienna Hygienic Exposition  Holland will take part in the international hygienic exposition to be held in Vienna, in April and May, 1925, and Professor Schuffner has been appointed chairman of the committee on organization for the Netherlands. The exhibitors hope to present a comprehensive display of all of Holland's hygienic enterprises; for example, the construction, organization and security (safety appliances) of factories; the antituberculosis and the antimalaria crusades, the disinfection service, serotherapy and vaccinotherapy, infant welfare, open-air schools, colonies of convalescents, and other undertakings. A special department will be devoted to colonial hygiene and to tropical diseases.

Medical Inspection of Adolescent Pupils  A committee of the assembly of medical inspectors of schools has published the results of its investigations on the problem of the medical inspection of adolescent pupils. The medical inspection of schools has been confined chiefly to the primary and intermediate grades. The years following puberty need

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