Leona Baumgartner

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The relations of heredity and environment to biological reactions have occupied a large place in most branches of biology and medicine, but it is only within comparatively recent years that they have been seriously considered in immunological studies. All elementary textbooks contain statements regarding the effect of environmental or hereditary(More)
The etiology of hypertension is still a moot subject among all thoughtful clinical observers. The views of such workers as Bright, Gull and Sutton, Allbutt, Mahomed, von Basch, and Volhard and Fahr mark the beginnings of a rational appreciation of the underlying basis of those hypertensial states grouped together as vasculo-renal disease, but a satisfactory(More)
American medical science has a great potential contribution to make to the health of the school child. To what degree is this potential being realized? Some evidence exists that as our medical knowledge increases, a generation somewhat more aware of its health needs is developing, but it is doubtful whether the health instruction to which school children(More)
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