Welcome to 1935. Dr. Vivian Terry asks to be allowed to discuss women’s health care, and ‘Health Insurance – How? Toward Socialization of Medicine!’
Health and Hygiene Vol. 1 No. 3. June, 1935.
Contents: We Invite, An Editorial, “C O” Death Lurks in Industry, Health Insurance – How? Toward Socialization of Medicine! by Dr. Reuben S. Young Dr. Louis L. Schwartz Dr. Maurice V. Schulte, Guarding Ivanoff’s Health: The Worker in Soviet Russia, Foods and Fads: Is Vegetarianism Healthful?, The Sick Baby: How to Recognize Illness in an Infant, What Is the M.A.B.? Abortion by “Pill”? by Dr. Vivian Terry, Massaging the Gums, Laxatives Cause Constipation, So This Is Blood! What Is the Blood Its Use and Purpose?, Fever-Foe and Friend, Health Advice, Work for These Two Bills, Letters to Editor.
Health and Hygiene was published monthly under the direction of the Communist Party USA’s ‘Daily Worker Medical Advisory Board Panel’ in New York City between 1934 and 1939. An invaluable resource for those interested in the history history of medicine, occupational health and safety, advertising, socialized health, etc.
PDF of full issue: https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/health/v1n3-jun-1935-health-hygiene.pdf