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||THE OHIO PUBLIC
HEALTH JOURNAL

ISSUED MONTHLY BY

THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

COLUMBUS, OHIO

Volume IX

1918

COLUMBUS, OHjo:
The F. J HEER PRINTING CO

1918

INDEX.

NOTE: Paging of Volume IX by months is as follows:
January, 1-48.

May, 185-232.
February, 49–88.

June, 233–280.
March, 89-136.

July, 281-328.
April, 137–184.

August, 329-376.

September-October,

377–440.
November, 441–488.
December, 489–536.

Administration, Health (general) -

Nurses sought to increase corps by

thousand percent, 28.
Community health is a purchasable com- Physicians summoned to join reserve, 168,
modity, 191.

Rehabilitation of
Health department's duty, 522.

diseased and injured

soldiers due to the war, 310.
Modern health department, 407,
Public health administration in Russia, 69.

Tuberculosis discharges, Ohio, monthly

reports, 83, 131, 178, 227, 275, 324, 370,
Administration, Local health, in Ohio -

431, 484, 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, 144,

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. 7.. - Enters war service, 337,
Akron -
Budget, 1919, 328.

Bakery inspection, Lorain, 184.
Charter framers discuss health, 135.

Barber shop inspection, Lima, 215.

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.
Fifty-four cents for health, 277.

responsibility in prevention of typhoid

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,
Milk inspection, 280.

Water supply, 488.
Milk, Wants certified, 328.

Berry, Fred (author) - Rabies (hydrophobia),
Public health course in university, 136.

10.
School survey, 184.
Sewer survey, 186.

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.
Albaugh, R. P. Enters war service, 450;

well, 374; see also Cleveland.

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

Law must be enforced, 91.

Monthly reports of inflammation of eyes
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,
Apoplexy - Some thoughts suggested by 1917

145.
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, 86.

the 1917 mortality figures, 384.

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