Medicine: Medicine Notes, Oct. 25, 1926

Stupid Reducers. At the meeting of the American Dietetic Association in Atlantic City, Supervisor Emma F. Holloway of Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, declared: "A tiny snack for luncheon, another snack for dinner is proving disastrous to the modern girl, who is so afraid of being overweight. . . . Men, too, are at fault with their customary coffee and pie for luncheon. They are reducing their vitality and making themselves liable to colds and pneumonia."*

Prison Fare. Before the same association, Dr. George Walker of Baltimore said: "Milk, not bread, is the staff of life....

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