At the British Medical Association meet- I n:g at Al>erdecn Dr J. M. Walter sard smokers were by no means so susceptible to tuberculosis as others, while those who ate onions and garlic were also less sus- ; ceptible. Mr Devereax Marshall dis- j credited the idea that electric light WM 1 bad for the |
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