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March 3, 1945

Medical News

JAMA. 1945;127(9):533-536. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860090039014

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Public Health... Is Many Things.—  The state department of health has recently published a thirty-six page booklet entitled "Public Health... Is Many Things." Brought out under the direction of Dr. Burton F. Austin, Montgomery, state health officer, the booklet is aimed to disseminate information concerning the activities of the state department of health. Included among the discussions are Keeping Water Supplies Safe; The Public Health Nurse Plays an Important Role; Cancer-Control Program is Aimed at an Ancient Enemy; Free Maternity Care for Mrs. G. I. Joe; Building a Stronger State with Better Food; Rabies Research in Alabama; Public Health Makes Gains in War on Venereal Diseases; Malaria, the Plague of the Centuries, is Being Mastered; Medical Science Pulls Fangs of Deadly Tubercle Bacillus; Rat Destruction Holds Key to Endemic Typhus Control; Motion Picture is Enlisted in the Fight on Disease, and Negroes Greatly Complicate State's Health Problems. Other discussions

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