What Can Science Say Today about the Desirability of Taking Supplementary Vitamins? Is it Good or Bad?
An Apparent Paradox in Modern Nutrition
Various are the Possible Causes of this Ill, but Worry and Nervous Excitement Probably are Large Factors . . . Calm Rest the Best Cure . . . Loaf, Loaf, Loaf
Are Tonsils Useful? What Many Doctors Think About the Too Casual and Routine Removal of Tonsils, The Public Is Partly to Blame.
Non-Allergic Food Sensitivities, How to Trace Down Dietary Idiosyncrasies Scientifically, A Lady Who was Suffering Mainly from Fox's Disease
Uses and Abuses of the New Drug, Valuable, but to Be Used with Caution, Theory of Chemotherapy, Hope for Other Drugs in Research on Same Theory
Laxative Fallacies, Most Liberally Purged People on Earth, Autointoxication, Spastic Colon, Irrigation, Let Nature Set Her Normal Pace
The Greatest Puzzle of All Science Seems Today to Be Nearing a Solution . . . Yet, As it Breaks Up, its Parts in Turn Form Newer, Baffling Puzzles
One Superstition that Turned out to be a Fact, Science Went to Work, Maggots Went Out, Allantoin Came in, Followed by Urea, Now We Understand
Thus Far We Have Vitamins A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,K, and Sometimes We Think There are More, Some May be Imaginary, But Forget Vitamin Worries
The Commonest Mistake, What the Real Method of the Scientist Demands, Hard-boiled, Cold, Rigorous Logic, Two and Two are Not Nine
When Hard Times Come It Is the Logical Time to Increase, Not Cut, the Funds for Research, Research Millions Are the Seeds of Billions
Growing Death Rate From Cancer and Heart Disease, Is It Real or Only Apparent, Why Our Alarm May Be False, Inaccurate Reporting of Cases by Earlier Physicians, Better Reporting Today Reveals More of the True Cases...
How the Scientific Method is Being Applied in One Attempt to Isolate the Ultimate Cause of this Disease
How Much Real Scientific Research Lies Behind Some of the Patent Medicines, Cures, and Medicaments Sold to the Less Intelligent Fraction of the Public? Who Should Conduct Such Research?
Government Bureau Expenses Are Criticized, Yet Private Business Losses Go On Unhindered