American Red Cross Text-Book on Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick
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American Red Cross Text-Book on Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick

By Jane A. Delano, American National Red Cross, Anne Hervey Strong, Isabel McIsaac
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  • AMERICAN RED CROSS TEXT-BOOK ON HOME CARE OF THE SICK
  • AMERICAN RED CROSS TEXT-BOOK ON HOME HYGIENE AND CARE OF THE SICK
    • PREFACE
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENT
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER I CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF SICKNESS
      • THE COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
      • STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PARASITES
      • BACTERIA
        • Shape.
        • Size.
        • Motion.
        • Multiplication.
        • Spores.
        • Distribution.
      • Shape.
      • Size.
      • Motion.
      • Multiplication.
      • Spores.
      • Distribution.
      • PROTOZOA
      • VISIBLE PARASITES
      • TRANSMISSION OF PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS
        • Defenses of the Body
        • Immunity.
      • Defenses of the Body
      • Immunity.
      • CARRIERS
      • THE NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • THE COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
    • STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PARASITES
    • BACTERIA
      • Shape.
      • Size.
      • Motion.
      • Multiplication.
      • Spores.
      • Distribution.
    • Shape.
    • Size.
    • Motion.
    • Multiplication.
    • Spores.
    • Distribution.
    • PROTOZOA
    • VISIBLE PARASITES
    • TRANSMISSION OF PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS
      • Defenses of the Body
      • Immunity.
    • Defenses of the Body
    • Immunity.
    • CARRIERS
    • THE NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER II HEALTH AND THE HOME
      • HYGIENE OF ENVIRONMENT AND PERSON
        • Ventilation.
        • Lighting.
        • Cleanliness of Houses.
        • Garbage
        • Insects.
        • Sewage.
        • Personal Cleanliness.
        • Oral Hygiene.
        • Treatment.
        • Clothing.
        • Food.
        • Elimination.
        • Rest and Fatigue.
        • Sleep.
        • Recreation.
      • Ventilation.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleanliness of Houses.
      • Garbage
      • Insects.
      • Sewage.
      • Personal Cleanliness.
      • Oral Hygiene.
      • Treatment.
      • Clothing.
      • Food.
      • Elimination.
      • Rest and Fatigue.
      • Sleep.
      • Recreation.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • HYGIENE OF ENVIRONMENT AND PERSON
      • Ventilation.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleanliness of Houses.
      • Garbage
      • Insects.
      • Sewage.
      • Personal Cleanliness.
      • Oral Hygiene.
      • Treatment.
      • Clothing.
      • Food.
      • Elimination.
      • Rest and Fatigue.
      • Sleep.
      • Recreation.
    • Ventilation.
    • Lighting.
    • Cleanliness of Houses.
    • Garbage
    • Insects.
    • Sewage.
    • Personal Cleanliness.
    • Oral Hygiene.
    • Treatment.
    • Clothing.
    • Food.
    • Elimination.
    • Rest and Fatigue.
    • Sleep.
    • Recreation.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER III BABIES AND THEIR CARE
      • GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
        • Average Size.
        • Muscular Development.
        • Development of Special Senses.
        • Development of Speech.
        • Development of Teeth.
        • Normal Excretions.
        • Clothing.
        • Sleep.
        • Fresh Air.
        • Diet.
        • Intervals of Feeding.
        • Water.
        • Weaning.
        • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
        • Tables
        • Bathing.
        • Eyes.
        • Mouth.
        • Nostrils.
        • Genital Organs.
        • The Development of Habits.
        • Exercise.
        • Play and Toys.
      • Average Size.
      • Muscular Development.
      • Development of Special Senses.
      • Development of Speech.
      • Development of Teeth.
      • Normal Excretions.
      • Clothing.
      • Sleep.
      • Fresh Air.
      • Diet.
      • Intervals of Feeding.
      • Water.
      • Weaning.
      • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
      • Tables
      • Bathing.
      • Eyes.
      • Mouth.
      • Nostrils.
      • Genital Organs.
      • The Development of Habits.
      • Exercise.
      • Play and Toys.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
      • Footnotes:
    • GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
      • Average Size.
      • Muscular Development.
      • Development of Special Senses.
      • Development of Speech.
      • Development of Teeth.
      • Normal Excretions.
      • Clothing.
      • Sleep.
      • Fresh Air.
      • Diet.
      • Intervals of Feeding.
      • Water.
      • Weaning.
      • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
      • Tables
      • Bathing.
      • Eyes.
      • Mouth.
      • Nostrils.
      • Genital Organs.
      • The Development of Habits.
      • Exercise.
      • Play and Toys.
    • Average Size.
    • Muscular Development.
    • Development of Special Senses.
    • Development of Speech.
    • Development of Teeth.
    • Normal Excretions.
    • Clothing.
    • Sleep.
    • Fresh Air.
    • Diet.
    • Intervals of Feeding.
    • Water.
    • Weaning.
    • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
    • Tables
    • Bathing.
    • Eyes.
    • Mouth.
    • Nostrils.
    • Genital Organs.
    • The Development of Habits.
    • Exercise.
    • Play and Toys.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Footnotes:
    • CHAPTER IV INDICATIONS OF SICKNESS
      • OBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
        • Temperature.
        • Pulse.
        • Respiration.
        • General Appearance.
        • Special Senses.
        • The voice
        • The tongue
        • The throat
        • The gums
        • Cough
        • Appetite
        • vomiting
        • Excretions.
        • The urine
        • Loss of weight
        • Sleep.
        • Mental Conditions.
      • Temperature.
      • Pulse.
      • Respiration.
      • General Appearance.
      • Special Senses.
      • The voice
      • The tongue
      • The throat
      • The gums
      • Cough
      • Appetite
      • vomiting
      • Excretions.
      • The urine
      • Loss of weight
      • Sleep.
      • Mental Conditions.
      • SUBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
        • Pain
        • Records.
        • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
        • Tuberculosis.
        • Cancer.
        • Mental Illness.
      • Pain
      • Records.
      • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
      • Tuberculosis.
      • Cancer.
      • Mental Illness.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • OBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
      • Temperature.
      • Pulse.
      • Respiration.
      • General Appearance.
      • Special Senses.
      • The voice
      • The tongue
      • The throat
      • The gums
      • Cough
      • Appetite
      • vomiting
      • Excretions.
      • The urine
      • Loss of weight
      • Sleep.
      • Mental Conditions.
    • Temperature.
    • Pulse.
    • Respiration.
    • General Appearance.
    • Special Senses.
    • The voice
    • The tongue
    • The throat
    • The gums
    • Cough
    • Appetite
    • vomiting
    • Excretions.
    • The urine
    • Loss of weight
    • Sleep.
    • Mental Conditions.
    • SUBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
      • Pain
      • Records.
      • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
      • Tuberculosis.
      • Cancer.
      • Mental Illness.
    • Pain
    • Records.
    • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
    • Tuberculosis.
    • Cancer.
    • Mental Illness.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER V EQUIPMENT AND CARE OF THE SICK ROOM
      • Choice of a Sick Room.
        • Furnishing.
        • Ventilation.
        • Heating.
        • Lighting.
        • Cleaning.
        • The Attendant.
      • Furnishing.
      • Ventilation.
      • Heating.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleaning.
      • The Attendant.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Choice of a Sick Room.
      • Furnishing.
      • Ventilation.
      • Heating.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleaning.
      • The Attendant.
    • Furnishing.
    • Ventilation.
    • Heating.
    • Lighting.
    • Cleaning.
    • The Attendant.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VI BEDS AND BEDMAKING
      • Bedsteads.
        • Mattresses.
        • Care of the Mattress.
        • Pillows.
        • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
        • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
        • Sheets.
        • Draw sheets
        • Pillow Covers.
        • Blankets.
        • Comforters and Quilts.
        • Counterpanes.
      • Mattresses.
      • Care of the Mattress.
      • Pillows.
      • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
      • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
      • Sheets.
      • Draw sheets
      • Pillow Covers.
      • Blankets.
      • Comforters and Quilts.
      • Counterpanes.
      • BED MAKING
        • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
        • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
        • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
        • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
        • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
        • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
      • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
      • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
      • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
      • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
      • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
      • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Bedsteads.
      • Mattresses.
      • Care of the Mattress.
      • Pillows.
      • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
      • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
      • Sheets.
      • Draw sheets
      • Pillow Covers.
      • Blankets.
      • Comforters and Quilts.
      • Counterpanes.
    • Mattresses.
    • Care of the Mattress.
    • Pillows.
    • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
    • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
    • Sheets.
    • Draw sheets
    • Pillow Covers.
    • Blankets.
    • Comforters and Quilts.
    • Counterpanes.
    • BED MAKING
      • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
      • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
      • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
      • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
      • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
      • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
    • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
    • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
    • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
    • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
    • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
    • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VII BATHS AND BATHING
      • CLEANSING BATHS
        • Bed Bath.
        • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
        • Care of the Hair.
        • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
        • Hot foot baths
        • Cool Sponge Bath.
      • Bed Bath.
      • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
      • Care of the Hair.
      • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
      • Hot foot baths
      • Cool Sponge Bath.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CLEANSING BATHS
      • Bed Bath.
      • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
      • Care of the Hair.
      • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
      • Hot foot baths
      • Cool Sponge Bath.
    • Bed Bath.
    • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
    • Care of the Hair.
    • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
    • Hot foot baths
    • Cool Sponge Bath.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VIII APPLIANCES AND METHODS FOR THE SICK-ROOM
      • Bed sores
        • Devices to Give Support.
        • Bedpans
      • Devices to Give Support.
      • Bedpans
      • DAILY ROUTINE IN THE SICK-ROOM
      • EXERCISES
    • Bed sores
      • Devices to Give Support.
      • Bedpans
    • Devices to Give Support.
    • Bedpans
    • DAILY ROUTINE IN THE SICK-ROOM
    • EXERCISES
    • CHAPTER IX FEEDING THE SICK
      • THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS
      • FEEDING THE SICK
        • Liquid diet
        • Semi-solid diet
        • Light or convalescent diet
        • Full diet
        • Serving Food for the Sick.
        • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
      • Liquid diet
      • Semi-solid diet
      • Light or convalescent diet
      • Full diet
      • Serving Food for the Sick.
      • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS
    • FEEDING THE SICK
      • Liquid diet
      • Semi-solid diet
      • Light or convalescent diet
      • Full diet
      • Serving Food for the Sick.
      • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
    • Liquid diet
    • Semi-solid diet
    • Light or convalescent diet
    • Full diet
    • Serving Food for the Sick.
    • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER X MEDICINES AND OTHER REMEDIES
      • Action of Drugs.
        • Amateur Dosing.
        • Patent Remedies.
        • Administration of Medicine.
        • Suppositories.
        • Enemata.
        • Sprays and Gargles.
        • Inhalation
        • Inunction
        • Household Medicine Cupboard.
      • Amateur Dosing.
      • Patent Remedies.
      • Administration of Medicine.
      • Suppositories.
      • Enemata.
      • Sprays and Gargles.
      • Inhalation
      • Inunction
      • Household Medicine Cupboard.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
      • Footnotes:
    • Action of Drugs.
      • Amateur Dosing.
      • Patent Remedies.
      • Administration of Medicine.
      • Suppositories.
      • Enemata.
      • Sprays and Gargles.
      • Inhalation
      • Inunction
      • Household Medicine Cupboard.
    • Amateur Dosing.
    • Patent Remedies.
    • Administration of Medicine.
    • Suppositories.
    • Enemata.
    • Sprays and Gargles.
    • Inhalation
    • Inunction
    • Household Medicine Cupboard.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Footnotes:
    • CHAPTER XI APPLICATION OF HEAT, COLD, AND COUNTER-IRRITANTS
      • Inflammation.
      • HOT APPLICATIONS
        • Dry Heat.
        • Moist Heat.
      • Dry Heat.
      • Moist Heat.
      • COLD APPLICATIONS
        • Dry Cold.
        • Moist Cold.
      • Dry Cold.
      • Moist Cold.
      • COUNTER-IRRITANTS
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Inflammation.
    • HOT APPLICATIONS
      • Dry Heat.
      • Moist Heat.
    • Dry Heat.
    • Moist Heat.
    • COLD APPLICATIONS
      • Dry Cold.
      • Moist Cold.
    • Dry Cold.
    • Moist Cold.
    • COUNTER-IRRITANTS
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XII CARE OF PATIENTS WITH COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
      • Incubation Period.
        • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
        • Care During More Serious Infections.
        • The Children's Diseases.
      • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
      • Care During More Serious Infections.
      • The Children's Diseases.
      • DISINFECTION
        • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
        • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
        • Bath water
        • Care of the Hands.
        • Care of Utensils.
        • Care of Linen.
        • Disinfection of the Person.
        • Termination of Quarantine.
        • Terminal Disinfection.
        • Fumigation.
      • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
      • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
      • Bath water
      • Care of the Hands.
      • Care of Utensils.
      • Care of Linen.
      • Disinfection of the Person.
      • Termination of Quarantine.
      • Terminal Disinfection.
      • Fumigation.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Incubation Period.
      • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
      • Care During More Serious Infections.
      • The Children's Diseases.
    • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
    • Care During More Serious Infections.
    • The Children's Diseases.
    • DISINFECTION
      • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
      • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
      • Bath water
      • Care of the Hands.
      • Care of Utensils.
      • Care of Linen.
      • Disinfection of the Person.
      • Termination of Quarantine.
      • Terminal Disinfection.
      • Fumigation.
    • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
    • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
    • Bath water
    • Care of the Hands.
    • Care of Utensils.
    • Care of Linen.
    • Disinfection of the Person.
    • Termination of Quarantine.
    • Terminal Disinfection.
    • Fumigation.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XIII COMMON AILMENTS AND EMERGENCIES
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IS INVOLVED
        • Headache.
        • Sleeplessness
        • Fainting
        • Convulsions.
        • Shock
        • Stimulants
        • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
      • Headache.
      • Sleeplessness
      • Fainting
      • Convulsions.
      • Shock
      • Stimulants
      • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE DIGESTIVE TRACT IS AFFECTED
        • Nausea and vomiting
        • Hiccough
        • Diarrhœa
        • Constipation
        • Colic
      • Nausea and vomiting
      • Hiccough
      • Diarrhœa
      • Constipation
      • Colic
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE EYES OR EARS ARE AFFECTED
        • Styes
        • Foreign bodies in the eye
        • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
      • Styes
      • Foreign bodies in the eye
      • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE SKIN IS AFFECTED
        • Prickly-heat
        • Insect Bites and Stings.
        • Ivy poisoning
      • Prickly-heat
      • Insect Bites and Stings.
      • Ivy poisoning
      • OTHER EMERGENCIES
        • Chills
        • Croup
      • Chills
      • Croup
      • BLEEDING
        • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
        • Nosebleed
        • Profuse menstruation
      • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
      • Nosebleed
      • Profuse menstruation
      • OTHER INJURIES
        • Sprains.
        • Bruises.
        • Burns and Scalds.
        • Brush burn
      • Sprains.
      • Bruises.
      • Burns and Scalds.
      • Brush burn
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IS INVOLVED
      • Headache.
      • Sleeplessness
      • Fainting
      • Convulsions.
      • Shock
      • Stimulants
      • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
    • Headache.
    • Sleeplessness
    • Fainting
    • Convulsions.
    • Shock
    • Stimulants
    • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE DIGESTIVE TRACT IS AFFECTED
      • Nausea and vomiting
      • Hiccough
      • Diarrhœa
      • Constipation
      • Colic
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Hiccough
    • Diarrhœa
    • Constipation
    • Colic
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE EYES OR EARS ARE AFFECTED
      • Styes
      • Foreign bodies in the eye
      • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
    • Styes
    • Foreign bodies in the eye
    • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE SKIN IS AFFECTED
      • Prickly-heat
      • Insect Bites and Stings.
      • Ivy poisoning
    • Prickly-heat
    • Insect Bites and Stings.
    • Ivy poisoning
    • OTHER EMERGENCIES
      • Chills
      • Croup
    • Chills
    • Croup
    • BLEEDING
      • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
      • Nosebleed
      • Profuse menstruation
    • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
    • Nosebleed
    • Profuse menstruation
    • OTHER INJURIES
      • Sprains.
      • Bruises.
      • Burns and Scalds.
      • Brush burn
    • Sprains.
    • Bruises.
    • Burns and Scalds.
    • Brush burn
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XIV SPECIAL POINTS IN THE CARE OF CHILDREN, CONVALESCENTS, CHRONICS, AND THE AGED
      • CHILDREN
        • Physical defects
        • Eyestrain
        • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
        • Defective Hearing.
        • Defective teeth
        • Posture.
        • Predisposition to Nervousness.
      • Physical defects
      • Eyestrain
      • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
      • Defective Hearing.
      • Defective teeth
      • Posture.
      • Predisposition to Nervousness.
      • CONVALESCENT PATIENTS
      • CHRONIC PATIENTS
      • CARE OF THE AGED
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHILDREN
      • Physical defects
      • Eyestrain
      • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
      • Defective Hearing.
      • Defective teeth
      • Posture.
      • Predisposition to Nervousness.
    • Physical defects
    • Eyestrain
    • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
    • Defective Hearing.
    • Defective teeth
    • Posture.
    • Predisposition to Nervousness.
    • CONVALESCENT PATIENTS
    • CHRONIC PATIENTS
    • CARE OF THE AGED
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XV QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW
    • APPENDIX
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH THE CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Nose
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents on the Care of Children's Hair and Scalp
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 12TH TO 18TH MONTH
        • First Meal—on Rising.
        • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
        • Noon Meal.
        • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
        • Evening Meal.
      • First Meal—on Rising.
      • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
      • Noon Meal.
      • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
      • Evening Meal.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 18TH TO 24TH MONTH
        • Breakfast.
        • Forenoon.
        • Dinner.
        • Supper.
      • Breakfast.
      • Forenoon.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM TWO TO THREE YEARS
        • Breakfast.
        • Dinner.
        • Supper.
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS
        • Breakfast.
        • Dinner.
        • Supper.
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH THE CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Nose
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents on the Care of Children's Hair and Scalp
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 12TH TO 18TH MONTH
      • First Meal—on Rising.
      • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
      • Noon Meal.
      • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
      • Evening Meal.
    • First Meal—on Rising.
    • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
    • Noon Meal.
    • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
    • Evening Meal.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 18TH TO 24TH MONTH
      • Breakfast.
      • Forenoon.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • Breakfast.
    • Forenoon.
    • Dinner.
    • Supper.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM TWO TO THREE YEARS
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • Breakfast.
    • Dinner.
    • Supper.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • Breakfast.
    • Dinner.
    • Supper.
    • GLOSSARY
      • A
      • B
      • C
      • D
      • E
      • F
      • G
      • H
      • I
      • M
      • N
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  • AMERICAN RED CROSS TEXT-BOOK ON HOME CARE OF THE SICK
  • AMERICAN RED CROSS TEXT-BOOK ON HOME HYGIENE AND CARE OF THE SICK
    • PREFACE
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENT
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER I CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF SICKNESS
      • THE COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
      • STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PARASITES
      • BACTERIA
        • Shape.
        • Size.
        • Motion.
        • Multiplication.
        • Spores.
        • Distribution.
      • Shape.
      • Size.
      • Motion.
      • Multiplication.
      • Spores.
      • Distribution.
      • PROTOZOA
      • VISIBLE PARASITES
      • TRANSMISSION OF PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS
        • Defenses of the Body
        • Immunity.
      • Defenses of the Body
      • Immunity.
      • CARRIERS
      • THE NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • THE COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
    • STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PARASITES
    • BACTERIA
      • Shape.
      • Size.
      • Motion.
      • Multiplication.
      • Spores.
      • Distribution.
    • Shape.
    • Size.
    • Motion.
    • Multiplication.
    • Spores.
    • Distribution.
    • PROTOZOA
    • VISIBLE PARASITES
    • TRANSMISSION OF PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS
      • Defenses of the Body
      • Immunity.
    • Defenses of the Body
    • Immunity.
    • CARRIERS
    • THE NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER II HEALTH AND THE HOME
      • HYGIENE OF ENVIRONMENT AND PERSON
        • Ventilation.
        • Lighting.
        • Cleanliness of Houses.
        • Garbage
        • Insects.
        • Sewage.
        • Personal Cleanliness.
        • Oral Hygiene.
        • Treatment.
        • Clothing.
        • Food.
        • Elimination.
        • Rest and Fatigue.
        • Sleep.
        • Recreation.
      • Ventilation.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleanliness of Houses.
      • Garbage
      • Insects.
      • Sewage.
      • Personal Cleanliness.
      • Oral Hygiene.
      • Treatment.
      • Clothing.
      • Food.
      • Elimination.
      • Rest and Fatigue.
      • Sleep.
      • Recreation.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • HYGIENE OF ENVIRONMENT AND PERSON
      • Ventilation.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleanliness of Houses.
      • Garbage
      • Insects.
      • Sewage.
      • Personal Cleanliness.
      • Oral Hygiene.
      • Treatment.
      • Clothing.
      • Food.
      • Elimination.
      • Rest and Fatigue.
      • Sleep.
      • Recreation.
    • Ventilation.
    • Lighting.
    • Cleanliness of Houses.
    • Garbage
    • Insects.
    • Sewage.
    • Personal Cleanliness.
    • Oral Hygiene.
    • Treatment.
    • Clothing.
    • Food.
    • Elimination.
    • Rest and Fatigue.
    • Sleep.
    • Recreation.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER III BABIES AND THEIR CARE
      • GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
        • Average Size.
        • Muscular Development.
        • Development of Special Senses.
        • Development of Speech.
        • Development of Teeth.
        • Normal Excretions.
        • Clothing.
        • Sleep.
        • Fresh Air.
        • Diet.
        • Intervals of Feeding.
        • Water.
        • Weaning.
        • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
        • Tables
        • Bathing.
        • Eyes.
        • Mouth.
        • Nostrils.
        • Genital Organs.
        • The Development of Habits.
        • Exercise.
        • Play and Toys.
      • Average Size.
      • Muscular Development.
      • Development of Special Senses.
      • Development of Speech.
      • Development of Teeth.
      • Normal Excretions.
      • Clothing.
      • Sleep.
      • Fresh Air.
      • Diet.
      • Intervals of Feeding.
      • Water.
      • Weaning.
      • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
      • Tables
      • Bathing.
      • Eyes.
      • Mouth.
      • Nostrils.
      • Genital Organs.
      • The Development of Habits.
      • Exercise.
      • Play and Toys.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
      • Footnotes:
    • GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
      • Average Size.
      • Muscular Development.
      • Development of Special Senses.
      • Development of Speech.
      • Development of Teeth.
      • Normal Excretions.
      • Clothing.
      • Sleep.
      • Fresh Air.
      • Diet.
      • Intervals of Feeding.
      • Water.
      • Weaning.
      • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
      • Tables
      • Bathing.
      • Eyes.
      • Mouth.
      • Nostrils.
      • Genital Organs.
      • The Development of Habits.
      • Exercise.
      • Play and Toys.
    • Average Size.
    • Muscular Development.
    • Development of Special Senses.
    • Development of Speech.
    • Development of Teeth.
    • Normal Excretions.
    • Clothing.
    • Sleep.
    • Fresh Air.
    • Diet.
    • Intervals of Feeding.
    • Water.
    • Weaning.
    • Nursing Bottles and Nipples.
    • Tables
    • Bathing.
    • Eyes.
    • Mouth.
    • Nostrils.
    • Genital Organs.
    • The Development of Habits.
    • Exercise.
    • Play and Toys.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Footnotes:
    • CHAPTER IV INDICATIONS OF SICKNESS
      • OBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
        • Temperature.
        • Pulse.
        • Respiration.
        • General Appearance.
        • Special Senses.
        • The voice
        • The tongue
        • The throat
        • The gums
        • Cough
        • Appetite
        • vomiting
        • Excretions.
        • The urine
        • Loss of weight
        • Sleep.
        • Mental Conditions.
      • Temperature.
      • Pulse.
      • Respiration.
      • General Appearance.
      • Special Senses.
      • The voice
      • The tongue
      • The throat
      • The gums
      • Cough
      • Appetite
      • vomiting
      • Excretions.
      • The urine
      • Loss of weight
      • Sleep.
      • Mental Conditions.
      • SUBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
        • Pain
        • Records.
        • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
        • Tuberculosis.
        • Cancer.
        • Mental Illness.
      • Pain
      • Records.
      • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
      • Tuberculosis.
      • Cancer.
      • Mental Illness.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • OBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
      • Temperature.
      • Pulse.
      • Respiration.
      • General Appearance.
      • Special Senses.
      • The voice
      • The tongue
      • The throat
      • The gums
      • Cough
      • Appetite
      • vomiting
      • Excretions.
      • The urine
      • Loss of weight
      • Sleep.
      • Mental Conditions.
    • Temperature.
    • Pulse.
    • Respiration.
    • General Appearance.
    • Special Senses.
    • The voice
    • The tongue
    • The throat
    • The gums
    • Cough
    • Appetite
    • vomiting
    • Excretions.
    • The urine
    • Loss of weight
    • Sleep.
    • Mental Conditions.
    • SUBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS
      • Pain
      • Records.
      • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
      • Tuberculosis.
      • Cancer.
      • Mental Illness.
    • Pain
    • Records.
    • Tuberculosis, Cancer, and Mental Illness.
    • Tuberculosis.
    • Cancer.
    • Mental Illness.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER V EQUIPMENT AND CARE OF THE SICK ROOM
      • Choice of a Sick Room.
        • Furnishing.
        • Ventilation.
        • Heating.
        • Lighting.
        • Cleaning.
        • The Attendant.
      • Furnishing.
      • Ventilation.
      • Heating.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleaning.
      • The Attendant.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Choice of a Sick Room.
      • Furnishing.
      • Ventilation.
      • Heating.
      • Lighting.
      • Cleaning.
      • The Attendant.
    • Furnishing.
    • Ventilation.
    • Heating.
    • Lighting.
    • Cleaning.
    • The Attendant.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VI BEDS AND BEDMAKING
      • Bedsteads.
        • Mattresses.
        • Care of the Mattress.
        • Pillows.
        • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
        • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
        • Sheets.
        • Draw sheets
        • Pillow Covers.
        • Blankets.
        • Comforters and Quilts.
        • Counterpanes.
      • Mattresses.
      • Care of the Mattress.
      • Pillows.
      • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
      • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
      • Sheets.
      • Draw sheets
      • Pillow Covers.
      • Blankets.
      • Comforters and Quilts.
      • Counterpanes.
      • BED MAKING
        • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
        • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
        • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
        • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
        • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
        • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
      • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
      • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
      • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
      • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
      • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
      • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Bedsteads.
      • Mattresses.
      • Care of the Mattress.
      • Pillows.
      • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
      • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
      • Sheets.
      • Draw sheets
      • Pillow Covers.
      • Blankets.
      • Comforters and Quilts.
      • Counterpanes.
    • Mattresses.
    • Care of the Mattress.
    • Pillows.
    • Protection of the Mattress and Pillows.
    • Rubber Sheets and Pillow-cases.
    • Sheets.
    • Draw sheets
    • Pillow Covers.
    • Blankets.
    • Comforters and Quilts.
    • Counterpanes.
    • BED MAKING
      • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
      • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
      • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
      • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
      • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
      • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
    • To Make an Unoccupied Bed
    • To Change a Patient's Pillows.
    • Lifting a Patient in Bed.
    • To Turn a Patient in Bed.
    • To change the sheets while the patient is in bed
    • To Move a Patient from One Bed to Another.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VII BATHS AND BATHING
      • CLEANSING BATHS
        • Bed Bath.
        • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
        • Care of the Hair.
        • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
        • Hot foot baths
        • Cool Sponge Bath.
      • Bed Bath.
      • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
      • Care of the Hair.
      • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
      • Hot foot baths
      • Cool Sponge Bath.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CLEANSING BATHS
      • Bed Bath.
      • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
      • Care of the Hair.
      • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
      • Hot foot baths
      • Cool Sponge Bath.
    • Bed Bath.
    • Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
    • Care of the Hair.
    • To Wash the Hair of a Bed Patient.
    • Hot foot baths
    • Cool Sponge Bath.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VIII APPLIANCES AND METHODS FOR THE SICK-ROOM
      • Bed sores
        • Devices to Give Support.
        • Bedpans
      • Devices to Give Support.
      • Bedpans
      • DAILY ROUTINE IN THE SICK-ROOM
      • EXERCISES
    • Bed sores
      • Devices to Give Support.
      • Bedpans
    • Devices to Give Support.
    • Bedpans
    • DAILY ROUTINE IN THE SICK-ROOM
    • EXERCISES
    • CHAPTER IX FEEDING THE SICK
      • THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS
      • FEEDING THE SICK
        • Liquid diet
        • Semi-solid diet
        • Light or convalescent diet
        • Full diet
        • Serving Food for the Sick.
        • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
      • Liquid diet
      • Semi-solid diet
      • Light or convalescent diet
      • Full diet
      • Serving Food for the Sick.
      • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS
    • FEEDING THE SICK
      • Liquid diet
      • Semi-solid diet
      • Light or convalescent diet
      • Full diet
      • Serving Food for the Sick.
      • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
    • Liquid diet
    • Semi-solid diet
    • Light or convalescent diet
    • Full diet
    • Serving Food for the Sick.
    • To Feed a Helpless Patient.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER X MEDICINES AND OTHER REMEDIES
      • Action of Drugs.
        • Amateur Dosing.
        • Patent Remedies.
        • Administration of Medicine.
        • Suppositories.
        • Enemata.
        • Sprays and Gargles.
        • Inhalation
        • Inunction
        • Household Medicine Cupboard.
      • Amateur Dosing.
      • Patent Remedies.
      • Administration of Medicine.
      • Suppositories.
      • Enemata.
      • Sprays and Gargles.
      • Inhalation
      • Inunction
      • Household Medicine Cupboard.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
      • Footnotes:
    • Action of Drugs.
      • Amateur Dosing.
      • Patent Remedies.
      • Administration of Medicine.
      • Suppositories.
      • Enemata.
      • Sprays and Gargles.
      • Inhalation
      • Inunction
      • Household Medicine Cupboard.
    • Amateur Dosing.
    • Patent Remedies.
    • Administration of Medicine.
    • Suppositories.
    • Enemata.
    • Sprays and Gargles.
    • Inhalation
    • Inunction
    • Household Medicine Cupboard.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Footnotes:
    • CHAPTER XI APPLICATION OF HEAT, COLD, AND COUNTER-IRRITANTS
      • Inflammation.
      • HOT APPLICATIONS
        • Dry Heat.
        • Moist Heat.
      • Dry Heat.
      • Moist Heat.
      • COLD APPLICATIONS
        • Dry Cold.
        • Moist Cold.
      • Dry Cold.
      • Moist Cold.
      • COUNTER-IRRITANTS
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Inflammation.
    • HOT APPLICATIONS
      • Dry Heat.
      • Moist Heat.
    • Dry Heat.
    • Moist Heat.
    • COLD APPLICATIONS
      • Dry Cold.
      • Moist Cold.
    • Dry Cold.
    • Moist Cold.
    • COUNTER-IRRITANTS
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XII CARE OF PATIENTS WITH COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
      • Incubation Period.
        • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
        • Care During More Serious Infections.
        • The Children's Diseases.
      • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
      • Care During More Serious Infections.
      • The Children's Diseases.
      • DISINFECTION
        • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
        • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
        • Bath water
        • Care of the Hands.
        • Care of Utensils.
        • Care of Linen.
        • Disinfection of the Person.
        • Termination of Quarantine.
        • Terminal Disinfection.
        • Fumigation.
      • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
      • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
      • Bath water
      • Care of the Hands.
      • Care of Utensils.
      • Care of Linen.
      • Disinfection of the Person.
      • Termination of Quarantine.
      • Terminal Disinfection.
      • Fumigation.
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • Incubation Period.
      • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
      • Care During More Serious Infections.
      • The Children's Diseases.
    • Care of Patients with Colds or Other Slight Infections.
    • Care During More Serious Infections.
    • The Children's Diseases.
    • DISINFECTION
      • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
      • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
      • Bath water
      • Care of the Hands.
      • Care of Utensils.
      • Care of Linen.
      • Disinfection of the Person.
      • Termination of Quarantine.
      • Terminal Disinfection.
      • Fumigation.
    • Care of Nose and Throat Discharges.
    • Care of Discharges from the Bowels and Bladder.
    • Bath water
    • Care of the Hands.
    • Care of Utensils.
    • Care of Linen.
    • Disinfection of the Person.
    • Termination of Quarantine.
    • Terminal Disinfection.
    • Fumigation.
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XIII COMMON AILMENTS AND EMERGENCIES
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IS INVOLVED
        • Headache.
        • Sleeplessness
        • Fainting
        • Convulsions.
        • Shock
        • Stimulants
        • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
      • Headache.
      • Sleeplessness
      • Fainting
      • Convulsions.
      • Shock
      • Stimulants
      • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE DIGESTIVE TRACT IS AFFECTED
        • Nausea and vomiting
        • Hiccough
        • Diarrhœa
        • Constipation
        • Colic
      • Nausea and vomiting
      • Hiccough
      • Diarrhœa
      • Constipation
      • Colic
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE EYES OR EARS ARE AFFECTED
        • Styes
        • Foreign bodies in the eye
        • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
      • Styes
      • Foreign bodies in the eye
      • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
      • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE SKIN IS AFFECTED
        • Prickly-heat
        • Insect Bites and Stings.
        • Ivy poisoning
      • Prickly-heat
      • Insect Bites and Stings.
      • Ivy poisoning
      • OTHER EMERGENCIES
        • Chills
        • Croup
      • Chills
      • Croup
      • BLEEDING
        • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
        • Nosebleed
        • Profuse menstruation
      • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
      • Nosebleed
      • Profuse menstruation
      • OTHER INJURIES
        • Sprains.
        • Bruises.
        • Burns and Scalds.
        • Brush burn
      • Sprains.
      • Bruises.
      • Burns and Scalds.
      • Brush burn
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IS INVOLVED
      • Headache.
      • Sleeplessness
      • Fainting
      • Convulsions.
      • Shock
      • Stimulants
      • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
    • Headache.
    • Sleeplessness
    • Fainting
    • Convulsions.
    • Shock
    • Stimulants
    • Sunstroke and heat exhaustion
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE DIGESTIVE TRACT IS AFFECTED
      • Nausea and vomiting
      • Hiccough
      • Diarrhœa
      • Constipation
      • Colic
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Hiccough
    • Diarrhœa
    • Constipation
    • Colic
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE EYES OR EARS ARE AFFECTED
      • Styes
      • Foreign bodies in the eye
      • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
    • Styes
    • Foreign bodies in the eye
    • Disorders Affecting the Ears.
    • CONDITIONS IN WHICH THE SKIN IS AFFECTED
      • Prickly-heat
      • Insect Bites and Stings.
      • Ivy poisoning
    • Prickly-heat
    • Insect Bites and Stings.
    • Ivy poisoning
    • OTHER EMERGENCIES
      • Chills
      • Croup
    • Chills
    • Croup
    • BLEEDING
      • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
      • Nosebleed
      • Profuse menstruation
    • Treatment of Slight Wounds.
    • Nosebleed
    • Profuse menstruation
    • OTHER INJURIES
      • Sprains.
      • Bruises.
      • Burns and Scalds.
      • Brush burn
    • Sprains.
    • Bruises.
    • Burns and Scalds.
    • Brush burn
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XIV SPECIAL POINTS IN THE CARE OF CHILDREN, CONVALESCENTS, CHRONICS, AND THE AGED
      • CHILDREN
        • Physical defects
        • Eyestrain
        • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
        • Defective Hearing.
        • Defective teeth
        • Posture.
        • Predisposition to Nervousness.
      • Physical defects
      • Eyestrain
      • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
      • Defective Hearing.
      • Defective teeth
      • Posture.
      • Predisposition to Nervousness.
      • CONVALESCENT PATIENTS
      • CHRONIC PATIENTS
      • CARE OF THE AGED
      • EXERCISES
      • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHILDREN
      • Physical defects
      • Eyestrain
      • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
      • Defective Hearing.
      • Defective teeth
      • Posture.
      • Predisposition to Nervousness.
    • Physical defects
    • Eyestrain
    • Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids.
    • Defective Hearing.
    • Defective teeth
    • Posture.
    • Predisposition to Nervousness.
    • CONVALESCENT PATIENTS
    • CHRONIC PATIENTS
    • CARE OF THE AGED
    • EXERCISES
    • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XV QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW
    • APPENDIX
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH THE CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Nose
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents on the Care of Children's Hair and Scalp
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 12TH TO 18TH MONTH
        • First Meal—on Rising.
        • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
        • Noon Meal.
        • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
        • Evening Meal.
      • First Meal—on Rising.
      • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
      • Noon Meal.
      • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
      • Evening Meal.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 18TH TO 24TH MONTH
        • Breakfast.
        • Forenoon.
        • Dinner.
        • Supper.
      • Breakfast.
      • Forenoon.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM TWO TO THREE YEARS
        • Breakfast.
        • Dinner.
        • Supper.
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
      • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS
        • Breakfast.
        • Dinner.
        • Supper.
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH THE CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Mouth and Teeth.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents Regarding the Care of the Nose
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK Instructions to Parents on the Care of Children's Hair and Scalp
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 12TH TO 18TH MONTH
      • First Meal—on Rising.
      • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
      • Noon Meal.
      • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
      • Evening Meal.
    • First Meal—on Rising.
    • Second Meal—During Forenoon.
    • Noon Meal.
    • Fourth Meal—Afternoon.
    • Evening Meal.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM 18TH TO 24TH MONTH
      • Breakfast.
      • Forenoon.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • Breakfast.
    • Forenoon.
    • Dinner.
    • Supper.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM TWO TO THREE YEARS
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • Breakfast.
    • Dinner.
    • Supper.
    • DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CITY OF NEW YORK DIET FOR CHILD FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS
      • Breakfast.
      • Dinner.
      • Supper.
    • Breakfast.
    • Dinner.
    • Supper.
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