Image from page 13 of “Bulletin – American Lung Association” (1915)
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Title: Bulletin – American Lung Association
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: American Lung Association National Tuberculosis Association National Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association
Publisher: [New York]
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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-structors to private sanatoria which areanxious to begin the work, and severalhospitals for the insane and feeble mind-ed are also planning to introduce it assoon as additional instructors can besecured. Health Stories The average school teacher is morethan willing to teach her pupils the prin-ciples of right living, but as a rule sheis not sufficiently well equipped to tellher charges the whys and wherefores ofthe rules of health and hygiene. In or-der to help teachers and pupils who areeager to learn more about germs, dis-ease, personal hygiene, proper food, etc.,The Minnesota Public Health Associa-tion has issued a booklet entitled HealthStories which tells in simple languagewhat every child and adult should knowabout the care of his body. The follow-ing are a few of the subjects taken upin the booklet: Boiling Kills Germs; Protein MakesUs Grow ; Fats May Save Your Life ;Salts Are Needed in the Body; Dis-ease Germs Do Not Always Live inDirt, and Keep Your Germs frtfraOther People.
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THE BABY WELFARE CLINIC AT FRAMINGHAM, WHICH MAY NOW BE SEEN IN MOTION PICTURES. Framingham in the Movies With the spread of public educationalong health lines, the fight on tubercu-losis is receiving the attention of motionpicture producers. Framingham, thehealth town, has just been screened bythe Pathe Review under the title of ATown Under the Microscope. The filmis 225 feet in length and shows the fol-lowing of Framinghams many activities : 1. Community Health Station, withvisitors at the exhibit and applicantswaiting to receive medical examination. 2. Infant Welfare Clinic. 3. School dental clinic, showing den-tists at work. 4. School medical clinic, showingschool physician examining the children. 5. Toothbrush drill in a public school. 6. Bathing pool of the FraminghamCivic League in action. 7. Industrial clinic, showing patientreceiving treatment. Prints of the film are for rent orcopies may be purchased at eight centsper foot. Investigation of Dusty Trades In a report of the Co
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