Medicine: Capsules, Nov. 17, 1952

¶The American Heart Association this week launched a threefold drive among employers, physicians and heart patients themselves, to convince them that many more patients should be employed than is now the case. A job, it says, is good for them.

¶More than 90% of U.S. headaches are caused by frustration, tension and anxiety, said Cornell University's Dr. Harold G. Wolff. To relieve much of the suffering, he prescribed a different attitude toward life and a slower pace.

¶Mrs. Ray Johnson was watching her husband split logs, using a wedge and a sledge, at their St. Regis, Mont, farm when something struck her...

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