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Medical Talks at Howard College.—
A series of talks on public health was instituted June 28, in a forum on contemporary problems at Howard College, Birmingham. The first lecture was given by Dr. James N. Baker, Montgomery, state health officer, on "Public Health Administration." Other lecturers included:Reuben T. Crawford, D.D.S., Montgomery, chief, division of oral hygiene, state department of health, Oral Hygiene in the State Health Program.Dr. Judson D. Dowling, Birmingham, health officer of Jefferson County, Disease Control.Dr. George A. Denison, Birmingham, director, Jefferson County public health laboratories, Public Health Laboratories.Dr. John A. Keyton, Dothan, Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat Surgery in Relation to Public Health.James L. Brakefield, Ph.D., professor of biology, Howard College, Birmingham, The Layman in Public Health.
At a recent meeting of the Randolph-Lawrence County Medical Society in Black Rock, Dr. Matthias A. Blatz, Pocahontas, discussed "Endocrine Troubles
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