The Feeding of Infants

E. Cautley
1904 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
DTHE BORITIS J a"1904 danger, is,the sign for the g-ram. The symbols g. and gm. are so easily coniounded that attention ought to be called to the use of tlle gram, perhaps by uniderlining, thus giM. It would be a mistake for anly medical man to attempt the cbhange in his busy times ; but let him start, after due preparation, when the press of spring work is over, and he will find it a pleasurable oecupation for a slack time.-I am, etc., Cardiff, April i2th. ALEX. P. FIDDIAN. THE FEEDING OF
more » ... THE FEEDING OF INFANTS. SIR,-Tlle medical officers of healtlh of several large towns, notably Dr. Hope in Liverpool, are doing a good work in tryinig to provide a pure milk for the artificial feeding of infants. IUFnfortunately, owiing to the milk lhaving been sterilized, it lies under the serious objection of causing scurvy in some few cases, and no doubt imparts the " taint of scurvy" wlich Dr.
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