The Woman's Medical Journal, Volume 27

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Recorder Publishing Company, 1917

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Page 57 - When Jesus had lifted up himself, and saw none but the woman, he said unto her, Woman, where are those thine accusers? hath no man condemned thee? She said, No man, Lord. And Jesus said unto her, Neither do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more.
Page 61 - The United States Civil Service Commission announces an open competitive examination for medical assistant, for men only.
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Page 61 - Applicants must submit to the examiner on the day of the examination their photographs, taken within two years, securely pasted in the space provided on the admission cards sent them after their applications are filed.
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Page 207 - COPYRIGHT. — Material appearing in The Journal is covered by copyright, but, as a general rule, no objection will be made to the reproduction in reputable medical journals of anything in these pages, provided that permission is obtained from The Journal and that proper credit is given.
Page 88 - Department of Labor. Juvenile delinquency has increased, more children have been employed under adverse conditions, special measures have been necessary to protect the health of mothers and babies, and home life has been broken up by the increased employment of mothers. " The bureau believes that the experience of other countries should be carefully considered in order that all possible provision may be made to prevent similar harm to children in the United States. The bureau has therefore begun...
Page 167 - Germany is described by Dr. Grace L. Meigs of the Children's Bureau of the United States Department of Labor in a paper on Infant Welfare Work in War Time which the bureau has just made available for general distribution.
Page 207 - THE DOCTOR'S CONTRIBUTION In this world's war, your service is absolutely essential. The medical officer bears the same relative position in war as in peace in that he is a conservator of health and life. Through his skill, thousands of men receiving slight casualties, are returned to the fighting force, thus conserving the physical strength of the army. In Base, Field and Evacuation hospitals, doctors are as essential as in civil institutions, where the sick and injured are cared for. As regimental...
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