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ERIC Number: ED541908
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1915
Pages: 194
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
Health of School Children - II: Contributions from American Medical Journals, July 1914 to July 1915. Bulletin, 1915, No. 50
Heck, W. H., Comp.
Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior
Children spend more time in school than anywhere else with the exception of home. This bulletin provides information to help support healthy and productive school environments for our nation's school children. It contains contributions from American Medical Journals, compiled from the year July, 1914 through July 1915. The following contents are included: (1) A definite plan for a system of "health supervision" of school children in Ohio (P. Bruce Brockway); (2) Medical inspection of open-air schools (John Aikman); (3) County health organization in the United States (Louis I. Dublin); (4) General disinfectants (Jour. Am. Med. Association); (5) Prevention of schoolroom disease and dust (C. Ward Crampton); (6) Coughs (Jour. Am. Med. Association); (7) Coughs (Robert M. Jones); (8) Recurrent bronchitis in children (Charles G. Kerley); (9) Prophylaxis of diphtheria in schools; (10) Transmission of measles (Editorial N. Y. Med. Journal); (11) Manner of spread and prevention of contact in scarlet fever (Edwin H. Place); (12) Antityphoid vaccination (Maj. E. R. Whitmore); (13) Infantile paralysis (Simon Flexner); (14) Pellagra in children (Gaston J. Greif); (15) The Thompson-McFadden pellagra commission (Siler, Garrison, and MacNeal); (16) Trachoma (John Rurah); (17) Sanitation of swimming pools (Wallace A. Mannheimer); (18) Vulvovaginitis and school toilets (Richard M. Smith); (19) The cutaneous tuberculin test in children of nontuberculous parentage (Maurice Fishherg); (20) Examination of the chest in children (Richard M. Smith and Clifford D. Sweet); (21) The problem of infection in tuberculous families (John B. Hawes, 2d); (22) The sustained interest in the problem of tuberculosis (Editorial Jour. Am. Med. Association); (23) Inflammatory pathology of the tonsil (Byrd C. Willis); (24) The relation of tonsils and adenoids to the development of the child (D. Braden Kyle); (25) The involution of the nasopharynx, and its clinical importance (W. Sohier Bryant); (26) Mouth Infection as a source of systemic disease (C. H. Mayo); (27) The relation of the lymphoid tissue in the upper respiratory tract to the voice (G. Hudson Makuen); (28) Tonsil operations (George B. Wood); (29) The normal function of the child denture in its relation to development of the jaws and other facial bones and the preservation of the teeth (H. E. Kelsey); (30) Instructions for the home care of the mouth (Alfred C. Pones); (31) Popular education in mouth, hygiene through organized publicity (M. Jermain Jones); (32) International standard for testing vision and standardizing other visual tests (Edward Jackson); (33) Causes and cost of blindness (A. B. Norton); (34) How eyestrain is caused by improper lighting (Walter B. Lancaster); (35) Prevention of myopia (Howard P. Hansell); (36) The necessity for early treatment of squint (George B. Geeley); (37) A self-recording device for testing the color sense (Ellis Jennings); (38) A plea for cooperation of physicians to prevent deafness (C. R. Dufour); (39) Interesting findings in the examinations of the ears of institutional children (Samuel K. Frost); (40) Growth in Stature (Robert B. Bean); (41) The blood-ptosis test and its use in experimental work in hygiene (C. Ward Crampton); (42) Blood pressure in children (Floyd M. Crandall); (43) Heart Disease and Growth (Floyd M. Crandall); (44) Prognosis and treatment of acquired valvular and acquired pericardial murmurs (Editorial in Pediatrics); (45) The effects of exercise on the normal and pathological heart based upon the study of one hundred cases (Charles S. Williamson); (46) Exercise (H.R.M. Landis); (47) The medical aspects of athletics (Robert E. Coughlin); (48) High-school athletics (Editorial Jour. Am. Med. Association); (49) Faulty habits of posture (Eliza M. Mosher); (50) Neglected lateral curvature (Max Strunsky); (51) Prevention of deformities (Cornell, Taylor, Wilson, and others); (52) Effect of improper shoes (Dexter D. Ashley); (53) The education of crippled children (Gwilym G. Davis); (54) Variability in the results of intelligence tests (D.D.V. Stuart, Jr.); (55) Psychoanalysis considered as a phase of education (James J. Putnam, and others); (56) Tics (Meyer Solomon); (57) The present conception of chorea (Israel Strauss and others ); (58) The voice sign in chorea (Walter B. Swift); (59) The psychopathic child (Frederick J. Farrell); (60) The necessity for parental cooperation in the examination of mental, defectives (J. T. Krause); (61) The mentally defective as cases in the courts of New York, City (Max G. Schlapp, and Letta S. Hollingworth); (62) A summary of nervous and mental findings in feeble-minded children (J. J. Mendelshon); (63) Health aspects of school lunches (Editorial in Boston Med. & Surg. Journal); (64) Constipation in childhood (J.P.C. Griffith); (65) Water as a gastric stimulant (Editorial in Jour. Am. Med. Association); (66) Third Progress Report of the committee on standard methods for the examination of air; (67) Tests of ventilating plants (Frederick Bass); (68) The experimental methods of the New York State commission on ventilation (Frederick S. Lee); (69) The experimental plant of the New York State commission on ventilation (C.E.A. Winslow); (70) On the action of temperature and humidity on the organism (Frederic S. Lee and Ernest L. Scott); (71) Immoderate smoking and the cardio-vascular system (Editorial in N. Y. Med. Record); and (72) Antispitting signs and the control of expectoration (Adolph Gehrmann). [Best copy available has been provided.]
Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Historical Materials; Reference Materials - General
Education Level: Early Childhood Education; Elementary Education; Elementary Secondary Education; High Schools; Secondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education (ED)