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The Health of London

Nature volume 52, pages 298299 | Download Citation



THE immense strides which have been made in sanitary science, the well-nigh feverish eagerness with which all questions relating to health are pursued, causes the layman to turn with interest and, indeed, curiosity to any reliable record he can obtain of statistics relating to the public health.

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