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Articles from Nutrition Health Review (June 22, 1991)

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A "forgotten germ" returns revisiting the elderly with a vengeance. 323
A pictorial journey through humanity's battle against the white plague. 762
A reminder from the past; only vigilance, a doctor warns, can keep the dreaded disease from flaring up again. 480
Adoption of children from foreign lands pose TB problems. 160
An old disease meets a new confrontation. 281
Cause of death of president's wife misrepresented or misdiagnosed. 277
Dr. Dubos: TB is a social disease. 259
Emotional abuse a crime in one state. 175
Fruit juice an effective infection preventative. 216
Help for the Hyperactive Child. Book Review 902
Illness as degradation. editorial 322
Mapping Our Genes: The Genome Project and Future Medicine. Book Review 670
Medical concern about boxing injuries increasing. 167
Meet mycobacterium tuberculosis humanis.... 202
No tan is a safe tan; depletion of the ozone layer impairs protective screen against cancer-causing radiation. Greeley, Alexandra 2250
One solution to lead contamination: let tap water run. 251
Ovarian cancer may be caused by 'wonder drug.' (tamoxifen marketed under brand name Nolvadex used to treat breast cancer) 216
Polio survivors may suffer swallowing problems. 148
Popular drug ingredients banned. 159
Raw chicken dangers alarm regulators. 202
Robert Koch discovers the TB bacillus. 207
Selman A. Waksman confronts the killer; the discovery of streptomycin: for the first time, tuberculosis meets a potent adversary. 404
TB in the elderly not easily detectable. 324
The butchering of Barbara (crossed out) George Bush? editorial 365
The challenge of consumption ... the great killer ... the white plague ... and under its modern name - tuberculosis. 179
The Curse of Icarus: The Health Factor in Air Travel. Book Review 641
The disease that built mini-empires - and changed the course of 19th-century society. 693
The romantic death; in the 19th century, tuberculosis was so prevalent that poets, artists and musicians glorified the spirituality of the disease. 415
Tuberculosis in the AIDS era; more prevalent than AIDS, deadlier than some forms of cancer, not enough attention is being focused on the silent plague. 1444
Vitamin C and tuberculosis; a neglected chapter in anti-bacterial research. 417
What your baby's crying means. Roosevelt, Edith Kermit 575
Zinc retards macular degeneration. 175

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