The Nation's Health

Archive Report


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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor

Health of the Nation in Peace and War

Problems connected with the present and future health of the people of the United States have been brought sharply to public attention during the war by new knowledge of the effects of disease upon the nation's manpower resources. Four and a half million men summoned in the draft have been rejected for military service because of physical or mental defects;1 uncounted millions of days of labor have been lost in war plants since Pearl Harbor as a result ...

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