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Science dealing with the maintenance of health in servicemen.
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Fit to fight – from military hygiene to wellbeing in the British Army
C. D. Ross
Military Medical Research
Corpus ID: 214808276
This paper reviews the historical evolution of the language and organization surrounding the health of personnel in the British…
Lessons Unlearned, Education Forfeited: Military Hygiene Enters the 21st Century
Corpus ID: 74730711
Manual of Military Hygiene for the Military Services of the United States
Corpus ID: 73269321
“More Fatal than Powder and Shot”: Dysentery in the U.S. Army During the Mexican War, 1846–48
Perspectives in biology and medicine
Corpus ID: 40815396
In terms of deaths due to disease, the Mexican War (1846–48) was the deadliest of all American wars. Nearly 13% of the entire U.S…
Hygienic governance and military hygiene in the making of imperial Japan, 1868-1912.
Historia scientiarum : international journal of…
Corpus ID: 8737657
This article explores how the Meiji medical authorities applied Western medicine-derived hygienic ideas and plans to build up…
Effect of problem-based learning in military hygiene teaching in armed police forces medical college
Corpus ID: 75925393
Objective To explore the effects of problem-based learning (PBL) in military hygiene teaching in medical college of armed police…
The Elements of Military Hygiene: Especially Arranged for Officers and Men of the Line
Corpus ID: 68416453
Practical medicine and the British Armed Forces after the "Glorious Revolution".
Corpus ID: 6986832
Just over three hundred years ago, William of Orange seized the British crown for himself and his wife Mary Stuart from his uncle…
Hygienic assessment of soil and plants treated with polychlorpinene
Corpus ID: 222391623
The Development of Modern Medicine:
Corpus ID: 4117662
AbstractTHE object of this fascinating work, the author of which is professor of history at Duke University (Carolina), is to…
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