Medicine: Dentists

To Philadelphia, 10,000 dentists came last week. They were attending the Seventh International Dental Congress, over which Dr. William H. G. Logan of Chicago presided. Notable remarks: "Only one college in North America, the Toronto Dental Institute, has a course for dental assistants. This training ought to raise the service to a profession like nursing."— Juliette A. Sauthard of Manhattan.

"Cabbages, Brussels sprouts, and spinach do not contribute much to bodily tissues. But they are invaluable for the lime they furnish to the teeth."—Bernhard Gottlieb of Vienna.


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