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Hospitals Urged to Hunt for Carriers. — The non-prescription viagra alternatives Health Department of New York has sent a letter to all the hospitals, some 200 in number, in the city urging them to viagra soft tabs 100mg review have a physical examination of all the members of their kitchen staffs made periodical- ly. The outbreak of typhoid among the house staff at the Sloane Maternity Hospital caused by the presence of "Typhoid Mary" among the cooks is cited as a justification for such an examination- The department is now conducting such an examina- tion of all cooks and waitresses in the hotels and restaurants of the city. Tetanus After Vaccination. — Four cases of tetanus in recently vaccinated children have recent- ly occurred in this viagra soft tabs 100mg review city. In each case the infection was found to have been carried by dirty dressings applied to an open wound caused by scratching, examination of the virus used having proved it to- be free of tetanus germs. Street Accidents in New York. — During the month of September there were 28 deaths from traffic accidents in this city as compared with 49 deaths from the same cause in September, 1914. Eighteen were killed by automobiles, of whom ten were children under 8 years of age. National Association for the Study of Pellagra. — The third triennial meeting of this association will be held in Columbia, S. C, on Thursday and Friday, October 21 and 22, 1915. The headquarters will be at the Jefferson Hotel ; the scientific meet- ings will be held at the State Hospital for the In- sane. The president is Surgeon C. H. Lavinder, U. S. Public Health Service ; the secretary, Dr. J. W. Babcock, Columbia, S. C. A Radium Institute in New York. — It is reported that a Radium Institute similar to that in London and some other European cities, w-ill be established in this city, through the labors of Dr. C. Everett Field. 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