Medicine: If Unemployment Grows. . .

President Hoover and the president of their association optimized, but 300 members of the American Public Health Association listened carefully, fearfully, during their convention in Washington last week to a dread forecast of the nation's health made by their Field Director Carl Edward Buck of Manhattan. Warned he: "Let no one be lulled into a feeling of false security based upon the present low death rate. That is something to be thankful for, but it will constitute an added danger if any one is led to believe thereby that a very real...

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