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Hygiene of the Nursery

Including the General Regimen and Feeding of
Infants and Children, and the Domestic
Management of the Ordinary Emergencies of Early Life.

by

Louis Starr, M.D.,

Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the Hospital of the
University of Pennsylvania; Physician to the Children's Hospital, Philadelphia,
etc. etc.

Second Edition.

With Twenty-Five Illustrations.

Philadelphia:
P. Blakiston, Son. & Co.,
1012 Walnut Street.
1889.


To

My Little Patients,

Some of Whom,

In the Rapid Passing of Time,

May Soon Assume Parental Duties,

This Volume

Is Affectionately Dedicated


Title page of the 2nd edition of Hygiene of the Nursery, 1889. Click on the thumbnail image at the left to view the full-size image of the title page.


Chapter 1. The Features of Health.

Chapter 2. The Nursery.

Chapter 3. The Nurse-Maid.

Chapter 4. Clothing.

Chapter 5. Exercise and Amusements.

Chapter 6. Sleep.

Chapter 7. Bathing.

Chapter 8. Food.

Chapter 9. Dietary.

Chapter 10. Emergencies.

 


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