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" In other words, epidemic diarrhoea is a so-called " filth-disease," preventable by improved sanitation in the broadest meaning of the term. "
Bacteriology and the Public Health - Page 310
by Sir George Newman - 1904 - 497 pages
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Bacteriology of Milk

Harold Swithinbank, Sir George Newman - Bacteriology - 1903 - 722 pages
...temperature and the deficiency of rainfall of each town, particularly the temperature and rainfall of the third quarter of the year." Dr Newsholme concludes...improved sanitation in the broadest meaning of the term.1 Summary. — From the facts and suggestions quoted above, and they are but representative of...
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Bacteriology of milk

Harold William Swithinbank - 1903 - 726 pages
...quarter of the year." Dr Newsholme concludes that "the fundamental condition favouring epidemic diarrhcea is an unclean soil, the particulate poison from which...improved sanitation in the broadest meaning of the term.1 Summary. — From the facts and suggestions quoted above, and they are but representative of...
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Infant Mortality: A Social Problem

Sir George Newman - Child care - 1906 - 398 pages
...and the deficiency of the rainfall in each town, particularly of the third quarter of the year." 1 Dr. Newsholme concludes that " the fundamental condition...it will be evident that, at the present time, the belief is held that the cause of epidemic diarrhoea is to be found in four conditions, which may be...
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Infant Mortality: A Social Problem

Sir George Newman - Child care - 1906 - 404 pages
...towns equally placed so far as social and sanitary conditions are concerned, their relative diarrhoea mortality is proportional to the height of the temperature,...improved sanitation in the broadest meaning of the term. 1 Public Health, 1899-1900, vol. xii. pp. 139-213. From the facts and suggestions quoted above, and...
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Infant Mortality: A Social Problem

Sir George Newman - Child care - 1907 - 408 pages
...and the deficiency of the rainfall in each town, particularly of the third quarter of the year." r Dr. Newsholme concludes that " the fundamental condition...improved sanitation in the broadest meaning of the term. 1 Public Health, 1899-1900, vol. xii. pp. 139-213. From the facts and suggestions quoted above, and...
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The Chicago Medical Recorder, Volume 32

Medicine - 1910 - 790 pages
...mothers, etc. 3. The fundamental condition favoring epidemic diarrhoea is an unclean soil, the paniculate poison from which infests the air and is swallowed, most commonly with food, especially milk. These facts thus ably elucidated by these observers are incontrovertible, and it becomes necessary...
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Transactions, Volume 22

Epidemiological Society of London - Epidemics - 1903 - 188 pages
...concludes that the disease is due to the infection of the air by a particulate poison which infects the air, and is swallowed, most commonly with food, especially milk. In this he agrees with Ballard, and with regard to milk he is also in agreement with the position I had...
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