Medicine: Off the Milk Wagon

Peptic ulcer victims, who have long been condemned by most physicians to insipid Sippy diets,* should throw away their lists of forbidden foods, feel free to eat fried fish and potatoes topped with catchup, if that happens to be what they like. So said the University of Oklahoma's Dr. Stewart G. Wolf last week. Main thing, he told the American Academy of General Practice, is not to restrict what the ulcer patient eats but to do something positive about how often he eats—and that should be every two or three hours, counting the inevitable glass of milk. Purpose of frequent eating:...

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