Macfadden Attacked

Just as a surgeon will whip out his scalpel to whittle away proud flesh, so the American Medical Association has whetted the policy of Hygeia, its monthly instrument for the interpretation of modern medicine to the lay public, and begun whittling at an unhealthy protuberance in the publishing field, namely, Physical Culture, a monthly magazine published by one Bernarr Macfadden (TIME, June 4, 1923; July 14, Sept. 22). The November issue of Hygeia carried "the first of a series of articles . . . discussing...

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