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This series of four little books is another evidence of the awakening interest of the public in instruction along all lines which lead to better health conditions. The number of books recently published on sex hygiene is an evidence both of the need and of the demand for adequate instruction on this subject. The duty of the conscientious parent to afford some kind of knowledge to the growing child is evident. The question as to the form such instruction shall take should be determined in each case by the parent. The number of books available for this purpose is rapidly increasing and this set should be considered in selecting suitable material.
Mysteries of Life Series. JAMA. 1911;LVII(10):842. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260090064042
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