Plain Rules for the Use of Tuberculin

1914 Journal of the American Medical Association  
the morning the best time for work." Dr. Haig still believes in cooking. He looks forward to an ideal diet consisting of fruit and nuts which will need no cooking, but in the times of imperfection in which we find ourselves he cannot dispense with the culinary art. As a scientific treatise, this book is valueless. As a specimen of the literature of a self-satisfied sect or fad it will prove interesting to any one who will take the trouble to read it.
doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570080084028 fatcat:md5whocglfd47dyaggmpp6zzdm