Health and Hygiene Vol. 7 No. 3. March, 1938.

Health and Hygiene Vol. 7 No. 3. March, 1938.

Contents: Questions and Answers Readers’ Medical Questions Answered, Beware of Drugless Drugs An Expose of “Natural” Remedies, The Baby’s Formula, Diet for the First Seven Months, Syphilis in Industry Compulsory Wassermann Tests anti Trade Unions, Poverty-the Chief Cause of Illness Editorial, Stuttering Is Curable Overcoming Speech Defects by P Glauber MD, The Medical Societies and the Cooperatives The Story of Three “Blind Mice”, Freeing the Life Impulses The Will to Succeed by Burrill Friedman, Ha! Ha! Laughs of the Month, Purely Personal Reader-Editor Correspondence, The Health· of the Furrier Occupational Disease in the Fur Trade, Pregnancy Real and False The Symptoms of Pregnancy Health and Hygiene’s Bookshelf, Who’s Who on Our Advisory Board Dr. W. Horsley Gantt, Drawings by Charles E. Colahan Charles Martin and Mischa Richter.

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.

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