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Vol. XII

JANUARY, 1921

/No. 1

OHIO'S HEALTH

(Formerly the Ohio Public Health Journal)

ISSUED MONTHLY BY

THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

COLUMBUS, OHIO

Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Columbus, Ohio, under the Act of August 4, 1912. Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1108, Act of October 8, 1917, authorized July 10, 1918.

PUBLIC HEALTH INVENTORY
NUMBER

1920, Ohio's Greatest Public Health Year;
A Forecast of 1921- The Biggest Thing
We Accomplished in 1920; What We Hope
to Do in 1921 (Statements by District
Health Commissioners) - General Health
District Budgets for 1920 and 1921-Peace-
Time Health Program of American Red
Cross Ohio Public Health Association
and Its Work

Ohio's Honor Roll of Counties
With Full-Time Health Com-
missioners-See last page

(Title page and Index for 1920 volume are bound in this number)_

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Authors:

Ohio's Health

FEBRUARY-MARCH, 1922

Nos. 2-3

Boudreau, Frank G., M. D., C. M. No. 1, p. 19- Cowden, D. L., M. D., No. 7-8, p. 113- Craven, Oscar M., M. D. No. 2-3, p. 33.

Donaldson, J. W., M. D., No. 7-8, p. 108.
Frank, J. A., M. D., No. 9-10, p. 133.
Hastings, Rev. A. G., No. 9-10, p. 132.

No. 9-10, p. 139.

Hayhurst, E. R., M. D., No. 2-3, p. 41
Higgins, J. M., M. D., No. 7-8, p. 116.
Hopkins, Blanche, M. D., No. 4, p. 58- No. 5-6
Leland, Dr. R. G., No. 9-10, p. 136.
Lockhart, Robert, M. D., No. 7-8, p. 109.
McDowell, John R., M. D., No. 1, p. 19.
Peters, W. H., M. D., No. 5-6, p. 81.
Richison, R. R., M. D., No. 7-8, p. 115.
Robbins, G. E., M. D., No. 7-8, p. 103.
Roulfs, Harry E., No. 1, p. 21.

p. 77.

Shira, D. D., M. D., No. 5-6, p. 82- No. 7-8, p. 114.

Starr, E. B., M. D., No. 7-8, p. 704.

Tobin, Charles M., M. D., No. 7-8, p. 114.

Williams, Ola Lockwood, No. 5-6, p. 82.

Birth Registration:

Promote Birth Registration, No. 1, p. 22.

Budgets:

District Budgets Reflect Growing Interest in Health Work, No. 1, p. 16.
Child Welfare:

How Ohio Babies Die, No. 5-6, p. 73; Summer Care of Babies, No. 5-6, p.
77; Health District's Duty to Baby, No. 5-6, p. 80; City Health Officer's
View, No. 5-6, p. 81; Summit County Babies Protected, No. 5-6, p. 82; Parent-
Teacher Association Work for Better Babies, No. 5-6, p. 82; Whooping
Cough and Measles Most Dangerous to Babies, No. 5-6, p. 84; Now Is the
Time to Strike in Defense of Our Babies (ed), No. 5-6, p. 68; Is Our Most
Important Crop Worth Protection (ed), No. 5-6, p. 68; Statistics Point Way
for Preventive Work (ed), No. 5-6, p. 69; Don't Blind Yourself to Facts;
Neglect Lets Babies Die (ed), No. 5-6, p. 69; Health Department Offers
Mothers Expert Help (ed), No. 5-6, p. 70; Pre-School Child Needs Health
Protection (ed), No. 5-6, p. 70; Public Health Nurse a Guardian of Babies
(ed), No. 5-6, p. 71.

Co-Operative Health Effort:

Accomplishments of 1920 in the Health Districts, No. 1, p. 11.
Clinic Work:

In Canton, No. 1, p. 22; Value of 1921 Tuberculosis Clinic, No. 2-3, p. 29;
Tuberculosis Clinic Under Way, No. 2-3, p. 29; Clinic for Crippled Children,
No. 2-3, p. 44; Children's Clinic, No. 4, p. 63; Tuberculosis Clinic Program
Begins, No. 4, p. 63; Clinic Features (ed), No. 9-10, p. 130; Diagnostic Serv-
ice for Tuberculosis Clinics, No. 9-10, p. 136; After Tuberculosis Clinics-
Hospitals, No. 9-10, p. 136.

Death Rate:

Ohio Death Rate Low, No. 1. p. 22; Antitoxin Lowers Death Rate, No. 1, p. 23; Typhoid Death Rate a Harbinger of Spring, No. 4, p. 53.

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