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' Th" .Vws have- ho n th. 1 only people in ! !•■." «--!irirc world ulio (luring tho List 20 I itntioio -equiiod thai <-v.-ry animal killed j lor l'oml !-li< ukl a port. niorN'ni ex- ; ;ni inntLoii." writes D- ('. 1). Spivak. of! Denver, =ccN , i.i.i_v nf t)w Jowi>h t'oneumptive IMie-i Nuiii'ty, in an article in the] ' >.Vi\" York Medical .Foui-naL' | grcmcr liberality anion:: ,[mw a.i to permitting autopsirt; on th'-ir dead. The.-M' n:".i allowed anions; the orthodox only when they 11 r,> "an honor to tin l (ii'.;nl ; when n. human lite can lio sav«<l theieby—for instance, when there is present a. sick mar. who suftVrs fn m the malady from «liirh the diccjL-v.'d died."' but never for experimental. purfOMv;. (.Jontiiiuintf in remaiks aUmt animal*, l)r Spivak fays: "tarcaifs found, on examination to have suffered during lifo from an incurable, disease or injury \v>re considered trepha, or unlit to cat. and found to ho found wore considered kosher, lit to cat. There i.4 r.o doubt that the longevity of the- Jewt; and their comparative immunity to & num. hor of diseases are due. tn tho fact, that for 1 centuries they have not inar*t»vl contaminated moat. It, is quire incomprehensible why the other na-tions among whom | th' 3 Jews dv pit, and whose t;cnersj culture w.ts lugger than that of tha Jowf, have not grasped tho hygienic importance of th« Jewish metho dof post mortem examination of slaughtered animals. It is only a. few decades since the civilised world made th» discovery of moat inspection and ite bearing on the health of I lie people. And e.von in our days the- custom of meat ii'spectiou in in a damllury nutti-

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WHY JEWS ARE HEALTHY, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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WHY JEWS ARE HEALTHY Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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