Polio Wars: Sister Kenny and the Golden Age of American Medicine
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The antebellum South had the same health problems as the rest of the nation, but the dramatic and frequent appearances of yellow fever drew attention away from everything else. Southern physicians, hoping to prove that, except for yellow fever, the South was a healthy place gathered a few statistics.
They were appalled at what they found. With other physicians he urged better sanitation, a pure water supply, and regulation of privies.
But these ideas had to compete with wide public acceptance of the "transportability" of yellow fever and, in Author: Elizabeth W. Date: June 1, From: Reviews in American History Vol. Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press. Finally, the development of antibiotics against bacterial infections in the midth century enabled physicians to cure infected individuals. Contagious disease remains a problem—witness AIDS—and public health authorities still rely on quarantine, sanitary reform, vaccination, and antibiotics to keep urban populations healthy.
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