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Page 124 - The third triennial prize of five hundred dollars, under the deed of trust of Mrs. William F. Jenks, will be awarded to the author of the best essay on " Infant Mortality During Labor, and its Prevention.
Page 224 - The Chyle flows up the middle of the backbone and reaches the heart where it meets the oxygen and is purified.
Page 89 - To open an office for such purpose, or to announce to the public in any way a readiness to treat the sick or afflicted shall be deemed to engage in the practice of medicine within the meaning of this act.
Page 416 - This book of 200 pages, which contains all information on the subject, with reprints of elaborate articles by leading contributors to medical literature, will be mailed to doctors mentioning this publication.
Page 70 - It seems to me that in men, as in brutes, there is no proof that any state of consciousness is the cause of change in the motion of the matter of the organism.
Page 141 - Medicine will be held in one of the buildings of the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, on Saturday, May 4, and on Monday, May 6, 1895. The headquarters ot the Fellows of the Academy and the meetings of the Council will be at the Stafford.
Page 223 - American physicians are following out this line of treatment with better results than they have had heretofore. In the light of all this, we must conclude that saliva continues its action on starchy foods in the stomach until nearly, if not all, the starch is changed into glucose; that glucose is simply a normal product of digestion, and no more injurious than a digested proteid; and that the treatment of diabetes is bound to undergo a marked change in the near future.
Page 189 - Every person who shall administer to any woman pregnant with a quick child, any medicine, drug, or substance whatever, or shall use or employ any instrument or other means, with intent thereby to destroy such child...