¶In Picayune, Miss., a 7 Ib. 2 oz. boy was Dorn to an unmarried mother, 10; had a twice-married grandmother, 23.
¶In U.S. medical laboratories, 1,342 workers have caught the diseases which hey were investigating; 39 died.
¶New Haven schoolchildren, "protected" against germs by ultraviolet lamps, got sick as often as "unprotected" kids.
¶Fed up with conflicting theories on infant colic, two Manhattan pediatricians ried grandma's remedy on 28 babies: a rubber pacifier. It pacified all but three.
¶Pathologist Robert P. Morhardt told the American Osteopathic Association: doctors should not try to prolong the life of a patient with an incurable ailment.