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This is a series of five text-books, for elementary school use, on physiology and hygiene of body and mind. The contents of each are indicated by the titles given above. The various volumes are graded in the matter to adapt them to the intelligence of the pupils, beginning with those of the fourth grade. A narrative style is adopted and the matter is presented in such a way as to hold the interest of the pupil. The object kept in view throughout the series is to aid in the establishment of hygienic habits in the young and to inculcate the avoidance of everything inimical to the health of body and mind of the individual. Facts are given on which assertions rest, particularly as they relate to the pupil's own life and environment. Many examples and accounts of the work of physiologists are given in investigating various questions, such as the
Gulick Hygiene Series. Book One: Good Health.. JAMA. 1910;LIV(15):1231–1232. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550410051022
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