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Venereal disease

Federal-State War Conference on Social Protection Trenton 1943.

Venereal disease

saboteur of war manpower.

by Federal-State War Conference on Social Protection Trenton 1943.

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Published in [Trenton? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey.
    • Subjects:
    • Sexually transmitted diseases -- Prevention.,
    • Public health -- New Jersey.,
    • Prostitution.

    • Edition Notes

      At head of title: State of New Jersey. Office of the Director of Civilian Defense, New Jersey Dept. of Institutions and Agencies, New Jersey Dept. of Health, New Jersey Dept. of State Police, New Jersey Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission.

      StatementTrenton, New Jersey, June 18, 1943.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ103 .F4 1943b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination72 p.
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL186059M
      LC Control Numbera 44001018
      OCLC/WorldCa14216253

        Editorial Reviews “Sensitive deftly researched.”—A.W. Lee, Choice “[A] deeply erudite and richly illuminating study of images of venereal disease in British literature and visual art in the 'long eighteenth century' that began with the restoration of the monarchy in "—Fintan O'Toole, New York Review of Books "Noelle Gallagher's fascinating and entertaining new book Brand: Yale University Press. VDRL test (procedure), Venereal Disease Venereal dis research lab test, Venereal diseases research Book Geriatric Medicine Book Gynecology Book Hematology and Oncology Book Human Immunodeficiency Virus Book Infectious Disease Book Jokes Book Mental Health Book Neonatology Book Nephrology Book Neurology Book Obstetrics Book.

        A lively interdisciplinary study of how venereal disease was represented in eighteenth-century British literature and art In eighteenth-century Britain, venereal disease was everywhere and nowhere: while physicians and commentators believed the condition to be widespread, it remained shrouded in secrecy, and was often represented using slang, . venereal: [ vĕ-nēr´e-al ] pertaining to, related to, or transmitted by sexual contact. venereal disease sexually transmitted disease.

        Points out that taboos surrounding venereal disease keep young people from getting proper treatment. Emphasizes the confidential nature of treatment at a clinic and shows the work of.a contact investigator with patients. In spite the fact the Christian church propagated abstinence, the spread of venereal diseases was possible because the diffusion of prostitution, communal baths, and wars. During the 19th century, some of the physicians and historians, especially J. Rosenbaum, F. Buret, and E. Lancereaux believed syphilis was as old as mankind, whereas later Cited by: 3.


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Some have asserted that public authorities turned their backs on the "foul" and only began to offer care for venereal patients in the Enlightenment. A quiet way of discussing venereal disease, in this discreet pamphlet: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities.

When You Go Home - take this book with you. Before the war, there was a major discovery for the treatment Venereal disease book sexually transmitted diseases: inmedical researchers discovered both the means to identify and.

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They are very serious. Gonorrhea and syphilis are two of the worst. Most prostitutes have venereal disease. About the Book. Sanitized Sex analyzes the development of new forms of regulation concerning prostitution, venereal disease, and intimacy during the American occupation of Japan after the Second World War, focusing on the period between and It contributes to the cultural and social history of the occupation of Japan by investigating the.

"Noelle Gallagher's fascinating and entertaining new book, Itch, Clap, Pox, is not so much about the reality of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) during the 18th century as it is about how STIs were imaginatively constructed during the period.

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Treatment Guidelines, (1). These recommendations should be regarded as a source of clinical guidance rather than prescriptive standards; health-care providers should always consider the clinical circumstances of each person in the context of local disease prevalence. Venereal disease: A disease that is contracted and transmitted by sexual contact, caused by microorganisms that survive on the skin or mucus membranes, or that are transmitted via semen, vaginal secretions, or blood during intercourse.

The genital areas provide a moist, warm environment that is especially conducive to the proliferation of bacteria, viruses, and.

The Venereal Disease Visual History Archive is a project to present and make available visual culture materials related to syphilis and gonorrhea from the first half of the twentieth century that are currently scattered among different digital and traditional archives.

The primary focus is on sources related to the campaign to “stamp out” venereal disease in the s and s. Additional Physical Format: Online version: King, Ambrose. Venereal diseases. London: Cassell, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Venereal Diseases a group of infectious diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea, chancroid or soft chancre, and lymphogranuloma inguinale) that are transmitted principally by sexual intercourse. The term “venereal disease” was proposed in by the French scientist J.

de Béthencourt. Venereal diseases have been known since early antiquity ( B.C. About this Item: The Year Book Publishers, Chicago, Hardcover.

Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Black cloth hardback is tightly bound with no marks to text. Contains sections on skin and venereal diseases and nervous and mental diseases as well as charts and a few black and white Illustrations and Index. The book "Protect Yourself: Venereal Disease Posters of World War II" by Ryan Mungia looks back at the posters designed to discourage military members from putting themselves at risk of.

Like AIDS today, venereal disease existed in epidemical proportions in eighteenth-century Britain and France. Medical practitioners of every stripe - legitimate and otherwise - knew little but wrote volumes about its origins, symptoms, and "cures." The pathology of the disease remained elusive throughout the century despite frequent and loud debates on the topic in the press.

Classical composers unfairly tainted by STD rumours, book claims. composers has led him to conclude that many of them were unfairly tainted with reputations for “venereal disease, alcoholism Author: Dalya Alberge.

The average stay in a hospital for venereal disease (the more commonly used term at the time) lasted 50 to 60 days, valuable time that Author: Kelsey Kennedy. “In this intriguing and fascinating monograph, Lowry demonstrates that venereal disease was a major threat to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.”—Military Heritage.

Military Heritage “There is much to ponder in this compact bookPages: In addition to shouldering the blame for the increasing incidence of venereal disease among sailors and soldiers, prostitutes throughout the British Empire also bore the burden of the contagious diseases ordinances that the British government passed.

By studying how British authorities enforced these laws in four colonial sites between the s and the end of the .