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April 4, 1908

THE AMERICAN HEALTH LEAGUE.

JAMA. 1908;L(14):1128. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530400040013

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Abstract

Some time ago we referred to the fact that the Public Health Defense League was about to publish a journal. This league has now amalgamated with the American Health League, and the first number of American Health, its official organ, is now before us. It contains, among other things, the address of Prof. Irving Fisher and part of the address of Prof. W. H. Welch at the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, last January. The present membership of the league is about 3,000. The minimum subscription of $1 per annum places it within reach of all. Applications for membership should be forwarded, with remittance, to the Treasurer, Title Guarantee and Trust Company, 176 Broadway, New York City. It is desirable that as many physicians as possible, by joining the league, should lend their material and moral support to an organization that is likely in the

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