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ï~~ PUBLIC PY 657765A 1 r,:3 L auttar! Ii Entered at the Cincinnati Posatofice at Cincinnati, Ohio, as second-clas matter VoL. 3 APRIL 10, 1919 No. 1 BEAUTY HINT diagnostic means are employed to clear In the journal of the American Med- up doubtful cases. We have a splendidly -. equppedlaboratory and are prepared to ical Association, we note the following: rao make all tests as often as may be neces "For, giving the face a good color, buy.. "Forgivngsary. Physicians have the- privilege of a box of rouge and a rabbit s foot. Bury them two miles from where you live and referring cases to the Anti-Tuberculosis walk out and back oncea day tosee th League Dispensary for observation-free they are still there.consultation service. The League, too. -i s prepared to send a nurse into the home to instruct the patient and other mem REPORTING TUBERCULOSIS bers of the family In the final.classification usissued When we can bring the early cases to by the State Registrar of Vital Statistc light the proper control ivill follow. In wefin 976 deaths charged to all fors themeanie physicins are reminded of tuberculosis for-the year 1918 Need again tha under the law all known cases less t say, we are not proudof this ofteuldss must be reported to the -w gHealth Department The doctor is not record ut we are,gomng to 'do bettr y. this year,- - to assume that any case has been re - norltdge of its prevalence is the first ported because the patient was under the requisite in the acontrolaof;any diseas care of some ther physician. Let us all Sorry fo say that 269, or 0 per cent,?go over our records carefully and report' of the above cases had nev beenr those cases that may. have b,een over e durlodked dnring the busy year of 191S ported during 'the life time of the patientloe uiigtebs ea-o 98 andofthi nrobr 79 ass wre CONTROL 01F THE MILK SUPPLY. treatedby local physicians Again t e only 80 a Three things are essential for clean caesreported last year It sigenerally ani safe milk. first, dairy inspection; concededthat for every death from secondly, pasteurization;thirdly labora tuberculosis, there are i ac ecases to contro which;means that approxi nately 3,500 Dairy inspection means edupation in have-not been reported The situation is the vast majoity of cased It means a a serious one sympathetic interest which will encour - Mang physicians are not reporting ageeconomical production by the most their known cases, others are slow in approved methods. Most dairymen want tablishing a diagnosis.:Not all of the to deliver a high grade milk. The- score r A. _.,. " 1 1 " l " " " " ' r'" " ". 1

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