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HEALTH JOURNAL

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THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

COLUMBUS, OHỊQ

Volume IX

1918

COLUMBUS, Ohio:
The F. J Heer Printing Co.

INDEX.

Administration, Health (general) -

Nurses sought

to

increase

corps by

thousand percent, 28.

Community health is a purchasable com- Physicians summoned to join reserye, 168.

modity, 191.
Health department's duty, 522.

Rehabilitation of diseased and injured

soldiers due to the war, 310.
Modern health department, 407.

Tuberculosis discharges, Ohio, monthly

Public health administration in Russia, 69.

reports, 83, 131, 178, 227, 275, 324, 370,

Administration, Local health, in Ohio

431, 481, 534.
Akron charter on health, 437.

Tuberculosis, Looking after Ohio soldiers
Influenza and Ohio's local public health

discharged for, 24.

organization, 444.

Venereal disease battle, Reports progress

Local health organization in Ohio, 96, 114,

in, 138.

242.

See also Draft, War.
Opportunity to strengthen health organiza- Arsphenamine, Investigating, 182.
tion here, 445.

Arterial diseases Some thoughts suggested
Results of' inattention to health adminis-

by 1917 mortality figures, 384.
tration, 53.

Ashtabula -- Scoring, restaurants, 435; Water

Sanitation of Camp Sherman Extra-Can-

purification and typhoid, 200.

tonment Zone, Chillicothe, 153.

Athens --Enjoying course of health instruc-

Smallpox situation and Ohio's local health

tion, 51; School vaccination rule, 438.

organization, 60.

Paby - See Children's Year; Child hygiene.

Air-conditioning the home, Experiments in, 457. Baby-saving, - see Children's Year.

Bair, M. Ž. — Enters war service, 337.

Akron -

Budget, 1919, 328.

Bakery inspection, Lorain, 184.

Barber shop inspection, Lima, 215.

Charter fra mers discuss health, 135,

Bauman, James E. (Author) Health officer's

Charter on health, 437.

responsibility, in enforcement of venereal

Conservation of infant life in, 114.

disease regulations, 298; Health officer's

Contagion hospital, 280.

responsibility in prevention of typhoid

Fifty-four cents for health, 277.

fever, 206.

Health problem, 87.

Beason, Olive E. (author) - Conservation of

Ice cream vending, 328.

infant life in Akron, 114.

is districted, 182.

Bellefontaine Public health

nurse,

136;

Milk inspection, 280.

Water supply, 488.

Milk, Wants certified, 328.

Public health course in university, 136.

Berry, Fred (author) Rabies (hydrophobia),

10.

School survey, 184.

Sewer survey, 136.

Birth data, Dr. Monger gives memo. books

for, 44.

Vaccination, 374.

Birth statistics Government issues 1916, 475;

Venereal diseases - case reports, 383; pre-

Ohio, for 1917, 394.

ventive activities, 294; reports and pub-

Bishop Dr. R. H.- Bid health officials fare-
licity, 446.

well, 374; see also Cleveland.
Albaugh, R. P. Enters war service, 450;

Blindness, Prevention of -
(author) Cause and prevention of furun-
culosis and wound infections among ma-

I aw must be enforced, 91.

Monthly reports of inflammation of eves
chinists, 145.

of newborn, 41, 82, 130, 176, 226, 274,
American Public Health Association

323, 370, 429, 430, 484, 534.
Be progressive; attend meeting, 444.

Statistical study of reports of inflamma-

Civilian health is topic, 231.

tion of eyes of newborn, 1916–17, 416.

Influenza symposium at meeting,

486;

Thing you can't buy, 253.

Working program for control, 498.

War increases ophthalmia neonatorum, 115.

Antitoxin, existing system of distribution ex- Boils — Cause and prevention of furunculosis

plained, 387; see also Diphtheria.

and wound infections among machinists,

145.

Apoplexy – Some thoughts suggested by 1917

mortality figures, 384.

Bolt, Dr. Richard A. (author) – The organiza-

Appropriations for city health departments,

tion of a municipal bureau of child
71; see also various Ohio cities.

hygiene, 108; see also Cleveland.

Bond Issue – Smallpox, Columbus, 86; San-

Army -

itary, Give expert advice on, 365.

Death rate from disease lowered, 363.

Brackett, Elliot G. (author) - Rehabilitation

Disability discharges, New policy on, 312. of diseased and injured soldiers due to

Empyema, New treatment for, devised by

war, 310.

army surgeons, 475.

Bright's disease - Some thoughts suggested by

Health in camps, 36.

the 1917 mortality figures, 384.

Budget - Akron, 328; Cleveland, 46.

California

Record in lowering typhoid rate, 188.

Reports of venereal disease, 1917, 316.

What a state must do to prevent typhoid

fever, 188.

Cambridge – Enforces vaccination, 135; Health

publicity, 328.

Cancer - Physicians' committee enters fight,

143; War aids study of statistics, 36.

Canton---

Contagion hospital, 280.

Health officers, 436.

Sewers, 183, 280.

Water supply, 183, 280, 536.

Capital Issues Committee Sanitary bond is-

sues, 365.

Census Bureau Government issues 1916 birth

statistics,

475; Issues weekly death

figures, 25.

Chagrin River pollution ordered stopped, 86.

Chamberlain--Kahn Act, 318.

Chapin, Charles V. (author) Relative values

of public health procedures, 29.

Child Care, pamphlet issued, 412.

Child hygiene

Activities, Federal funds may aid states',

415.

Akron clinics, 440.

Baby

Babies are dying; what are you going

to do about it? 140.

deaths, preventable, Why don't com-

munities prevent, 332,

Foreign babies need health safeguards,

373.

Goat milk for, 88.

Higher milk prices hurt health, 8.
Needs protection against summer diar.

rhea, 192.
Negligence of some physicians is cost-

ing lives, 331.

To save the, 48.

Where babies never die, 104.

Children are our last defense line, 9.

Children's Year -

Baby-saving campaign as an educational

force, 93.

Call to arms again sounded in campaign,

382.

Can Ohio reduce baby deaths as New

Zealand has done? 90

Child welfare workers' duty in influenza

epidemic, 495.
Mortality statistics, Ohio, by counties,

children under five years old: Jan. 165,
Feb. 218, Jan.-April 254, Jan.- June 353,

Jan.- July 410, Jan.-Oct. 517.
Notes on child conservation campaign,

162.
Quotas – County and city, for Ohio's

campaign, 101; State, for national

campaign, 121.

Saving America's babies, 58.

What April statistics mean to Ohio's

baby-saving campaign, 237.

(See also other subheadings under Child

hygiene.)

Cincinnati fund for. 376.

Conservation of child life, 314.

Death rate, Lowering, means improving

nation's health, 241.

expert sees Cleveland work, 66.

Malnutrition, Public Health Service con.

siders, 105.

Maternity hospitals as a rural need, 158.

Measles and whooping cough are noti.

fiable diseases, 92.

Milk - Akron wants certified, 328; Con.

serve, and supply children first, 435.

Municipal bureau of, Organization of, 108.

Municipal divisions will help, 93.

Municipal health departments of Ohio.

Child Hygiene activities of, 111.

needed in rural districts, 55.

Program, Proposed children's welfare, 99.

Program, State, for child welfare, 97.

Public health nurse in child welfare. Part

of, 106.

Schools Medical supervision in, will im-

prove children's health, 240; Ohio, Phys-

ical education in, 243; School should have

been called hospital, 167.

Springfield is active in efforts to keep

city's children well, 161.

“They have to have it, so they may as well

have it now," 141.

Venereal disease in relation to, 302.

Child hygiene, Division of -- Monthly reports:

Feb. (1918), 132; June, 325.

Children's Bureau, U. S.-

Child pamphlet issued, 412.

Conserve milk and supply children first,

urges federal bureau, 435,

Federal funds may aid states' child hy-

giene activities, 415.
(See also Child hygiene, especially subtopic

Children's Year.)

Chillicothe

Food inspection, 328.

Sanitary regulations, 23.

Red Cross sanitary unit, 440.

Sanitation of Camp Sherman Extra-Can-

tonment Zone, 153.

Typhoid prevention, 439.

Venereal disease prevention, 280, 294.

Chlorine disinfection retained by Springfield,

87.

Cincinnati -

Bacteriologist appointed, 536.

Child welfare, 111, 376.

Craven, Dr., Promotion for, 536.

Dust, 231.

Housing, 488.

Landis, Dr. J. H., Health Officer, 381, 408.

Public health council, 47.

Quarantine violators, 327.

Tuberculosis, 45, 136.

Smallpox, vaccination, 184, 376.

Typhoid fever, 182, 200, 217, 439, 440.

Venereal disease prevention, 294.

Water purification, 200.

Whooping cough, "Herods of today", 327.
Circleville ---- Hospital, 184.
Cities, Ohio

Child hygiene - Organization of municipal

bureau of, 108; activities of municipal

health departments of Ohio, 111.

Morbidity, monthly reports, 79, 127, 174.

223, 272, 321, 368, 423, 427, 481.

Municipal public health organization ir

Ohio, 337.

Typhoid death rates, 1917, 217.

Venereal diseases, What cities are doing

in campaign against, 294.

Work that lies before municipalities of

Ohio, 285.

(ity health departments -

Appropriations for, 71.

Municipal public health organization, 359.

Cleveland ----

Budget, 1918, 46.

Child hygiene, 66, 108.

Council of municipal housekeepers, 434.

Fly prevention, 278, 328.

Health officer, New, 436.

I aboratory work, Plan new, 136.

Sanitary code, Proposed, 45.

Sewage disposal, 232.

Smallpox vaccination, 136.
Typhoid fever, 217, 488.
Venereal disease prevention, 294, 439.
Volunteer health workers, 135.

Water purification, 183, 217, 488.
Clinic - See Venereal diseases.
Cobbett, Louis (author) -- Tuberculosis and

the war, 313. Cole, H. N. (author) - How the venereal

disease problem is being met in Ohio,

170; Ohio's venereal disease program, 291. Cole, Rufus - A recent word in pneumonia

prevention, 413. Columbus

Health appropriations for 1918, 86.
School hygiene, 279, 536.
Sewage facilities, 86.
Smallpox bond issue, 86.
Typhoid fever, 182, 200, 217.
Venereal disease prevention, 294.

Water purification, 200.
Communicable diseases

Epidemiological investigations by health

officers, 524.
Look at the figures, then go ahead, 56.

See also names of various diseases.
Communicable Diseases, Division of

Lack of epidemiologist responsible for

delays, 239.
New epidemiologist takes up duties, 7.
Monthly reports of notifiable diseases:

Dee. (1917) 38, Jan. (1918) 77, Feb. 125,
March 172, April 221, May 270, June 319,
July 366, August 220, Sept. 425, Oct. 479,

Nov. 527.
Conneaut to have new board, 487.
Connorville, typhoid epidemic, 51.
Contagion hospital -

Akron, 286.
Canton, 280.
City can't "farm out," 46.
Steubenville, 232.

Youngstown, 232.
Contagious diseases - See Communicable dis

eases; also names of various diseases. Council of National Defense - See Children's

Year. County nurse, Annual report shows what she

can do in one year, 73. Cox, Govenor James M., gives support to

Children's Year, 164. Crotti, Dr. André – Physicians' Committee

enters cancer fight, 143. Dayton-

Child welfare work, 113.
Municipal hospital, proposed, 15.
Our city's health record, 375.
Peters, 'Dr. A. O., new health officer, 48.
Publicity, 278.
Quarantine, 184, 279.
Typhoid death rate, 1917, 217.
Venereal disease prevention, 294.

Visiting nurses' report, 1917, 87.
Deaths, death rates – see Mortality Statistics.
Delaware -- Health officer urges vaccination,

46; New health officer named, 88. Dennison - Health officer reappointed, 88. Dental clinics, rural, 487. Department of Health, Ohio State - See Ohio

State Department of Health; also separate divisions of department, listed as

Communicable Diseases, Division of, etc. Diarrhea and enteritis

Baby needs protection against, 192.
Some thoughts suggested by 1917 mortality

figures, 884.
Why don't communities prevent preventa-

ble baby deaths ? 332.

Diphtheria

Existing system of antitoxin distribution

explained, 387. Mortality, 1911-15, 4. Some thoughts suggested by the 1917 mor

tality figures, 384. Springfield diphtheria rate, 376. Division of Communicable Diseases, etc. - See Dittoe, W. H. (author) – Water purification as

a factor in the elimination of urban

typhoid fever, 200. Dixon, Dr. Samuel D. - Life of service ends

for Pennsylvania health commissioner,

96. Doersam, Miss Jessie B: (author) - Statistical

study of reports of inflammation of eyes

of newborn, 1916–17, 116. Draft

Crowder gives facts on rejections, 2.
Disease notification may have bearing on

classification, 72.
Health indications in data on rejections,

17. Leaflet gives advice to rejected draftees,

476. U. S. P. H. S. to treat rejected draftees,

45.

See also War; Army. Drinking fountains-- Beware of bubblers of

insanitary design, 477. Dust, 231. East Liverpool – New health officer. named, 88. Education, Public Health

Athens enjoying course of health instruc

tion, 51; See also Publications; Pub licity; Public Health Education and Tu

burculosis, Division of. Elyria - Quarantine violator fined, 45. Embalming

Board, Health Department loses its mem

bers on, 67. Embalmers must register renewals of

licenses, 5. recognized as protection in new shipping

rules, 240. Empyema — New treatment for, devised by

army surgeons, 475. Enteritis - See Diarrhea and Enteritis. Epidemological investigations by health officers,

524.
Farms, Typhoid prevention on, 210.
Fly prevention, Cleveland, 278, 328.
Food -

handlers, Medical examination of, 120.
inspection - Chillicothe, 328; Portsmouth,

376; Salem, 280. supplies, Venereal sufferer forbidden to

handle, 333. Framingham, Mass. -- Sickness survey,

Tuberculosis case rate, 415.
Freeman, A. W.-

in service, 288.
returns from army, 492.
(Author) Prevention of typhoid fever in

small towns and villages, 208. Fuel, Save, and save health, 62. Furunculosis and wound infections among

machinists, Cause and prevention of, 146. Gallivan, W. J. (author) --- Conservaiton of

child life, 314, Germany, Baby mortality gains reported in,

119. Gillihan, Allen F. (author) - Municipal pub

lic health organization, 359. Groeniger, W. C. - Will help clean up holy

land, 95; relates experience in Palestine,

521. Godfrey, Edward S. (author) – Epidemiologi

cal investigations by health officers, 524.

352;

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