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March 19, 1904

Bacteria, Yeasts and Molds in the Home.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(12):786. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490570040028

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Abstract

Professor Conn is well known as well fitted to furnish a popular work on such a subject. He has brought together an amount of information which will be of value to the general public. The work is destined, he says, for all who are interested in household affairs, or who have the practical charge of homes and are interested in keeping them in good healthful conditions; we do not know any other work that could be better recommended for the ground covered. A little knowledge is sometimes a dangerous thing, but the facts given here are not so little as to prove perilous, and may be of decided value in correcting bad practices and misapprehenhension on the part of those who have charge of the health essentials of our daily life. It is popularly written and will be of interest to any general reader. The illustrations are numerous and good.

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