Infant Mortality Montclair, N. J.: A Study of Infant Mortality in a Suburban Community ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1915 - 36페이지

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12 페이지 - Slate reports not yet available. The census report on mortality statistics for 1911 gives the estimated infant mortality rate for the birth registration area of the United States for 1910 as 124. This estimated rate may be compared with the rates for foreign countries in the following table, in which the 1912 figures have been given wherever possible, and in all other cases the year indicated is the latest year for which statistics are available. Deaths of infants under 1 year of age per 1,000 live...
19 페이지 - It is obvious that even the care given the baby by its mother often must be offset by the evils resulting from an income insufficient for the family's needs, since a low income frequently must involve undesirable housing accommodations, an overworked mother, insufficient nourishment for mother and child, and lack of competent medical advice. . . . In Montclair the infant mortality rate was approximately two and one-half times as high among families where the income was less than $12 a week as among...
19 페이지 - ... further supervision of midwives. ECONOMIC STATUS OF THE FAMILY. It is obvious that even the care given the baby by its mother often must be offset by the evils resulting from an income insufficient for the family's needs, since a low income frequently must involve undesirable housing accommodations, an overworked mother, insufficient nourishment for mother and child, and lack of competent medical advice. Sir Arthur Newsholme has found in his English studies that ' ' infant mortality is higher...
32 페이지 - ... a complete list of the persons from whom the said milk is purchased, and a complete list of the localities from which ice for cooling purposes is obtained ; and if at any time the place at which said milk is produced or the persons from whom the said milk is purchased or the locality -from which said ice is obtained be changed the said board shall be notified immediately. On or before the 15th day of June and of December of each year, and at any other time within three days of the receipt of...
32 페이지 - No milk shall be sold or offered for sale or distributed in the town of Montclair except from cows in good health nor unless the cows from which it is obtained have, within one year, been examined by a veterinarian whose competency is vouched for by the State veterinary association of the State in which the herd is located and a certificate signed by such veterinarian has been filed with the board of health stating the number of cows in each herd...
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