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Influenza Encyclopedia

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This article discusses the challenge of compiling statistics measuring the efficacy of procedures for the prevention of disease. The author notes the general ignorance surrounding what influenza is or how it can be prevented. The relation between social conditions and hygiene and disease is considered, as well as board of health administration, sanitation, and personal precautions. The article emphasizes the significance of educating the public on basic disease prevention measures.

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