Third Annual Report of the State Board of Health of the State of New Hampshire: For the Year Ending April 30, 1884 (Classic Reprint)

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The evidence that much good has already come from such a course that inspires us with a great hope for grander results in the future. The growing appreciation of such work by the peo ple of the state has been made evident in several ways. First, by the great number of inquiries that have come to us from many sections of the state regarding the cause of sickness, and seeking to obtain some information as to the relations of local conditions to disease. The fact that local conditions, for which families themselves are responsible, bear an intimate relation to the health of the family has become pretty generally known in the abstract; hence the many interrogatories that have reached us asking for information of a specific character in individual cases. Second, an increased interest and thoughtfulness in the precaution of disease, and more widespread solicitude to main tain good health by means calculated to give no foothold to cer tain diseases, exhibit a progress of the most salutary kind. The influences which come from such forethought are educa tional in themselves: one individual, who intelligently and me thodically keeps his premises in a good sanitary condition, gives a healthier atmosphere, in more senses than one, to the commu nity in which he lives. These advances have been noticed by the board with much pride and gratification. Third, the marked progress that is being made through corporate influence and executive sanitary work, as evidenced by the action of our cities and towns. New local boards of health have been created, old ones have received a new impetus, and awakened from the le thargic state no better than death; new regulations have been instituted, based upon a more intelligent understanding of san itary requirements, and their observance has been better heeded through the growing knowledge of the people upon such sub jeeta. Fourth, by reason of the broader and more enlightened views taken by the legislature of the state. This must of neces sity have been brought about largely through confidence in the board, and an appreciation of the work performed during the first two years of its existence. It is also probable that the unquestionable progress and the humane results that have been accomplished by older boards in other states have not been overlooked, and have contributed much to place sanitary science upon a higher plane in our own state. These and many other.
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Book Description Forgotten Books, United States, 2017. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Third Annual Report of the State Board of Health of the State of New Hampshire: For the Year Ending April 30, 1884 The evidence that much good has already come from such a course that inspires us with a great hope for grander results in the future. The growing appreciation of such work by the peo ple of the state has been made evident in several ways. First, by the great number of inquiries that have come to us from many sections of the state regarding the cause of sickness, and seeking to obtain some information as to the relations of local conditions to disease. The fact that local conditions, for which families themselves are responsible, bear an intimate relation to the health of the family has become pretty generally known in the abstract; hence the many interrogatories that have reached us asking for information of a specific character in individual cases. Second, an increased interest and thoughtfulness in the precaution of disease, and more widespread solicitude to main tain good health by means calculated to give no foothold to cer tain diseases, exhibit a progress of the most salutary kind. The in?uences which come from such forethought are educa tional in themselves: one individual, who intelligently and me thodically keeps his premises in a good sanitary condition, gives a healthier atmosphere, in more senses than one, to the commu nity in which he lives. These advances have been noticed by the board with much pride and gratification. Third, the marked progress that is being made through corporate in?uence and executive sanitary work, as evidenced by the action of our cities and towns. New local boards of health have been created, old ones have received a new impetus, and awakened from the le thargic state no better than death; new regulations have been instituted, based upon a more intelligent understanding of san itary requirements, and their observance has been better heeded through the growing knowledge of the people upon such sub jeeta. Fourth, by reason of the broader and more enlightened views taken by the legislature of the state. This must of neces sity have been brought about largely through confidence in the board, and an appreciation of the work performed during the first two years of its existence. It is also probable that the unquestionable progress and the humane results that have been accomplished by older boards in other states have not been overlooked, and have contributed much to place sanitary science upon a higher plane in our own state. These and many other. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Bookseller Inventory # LIE9781333081812

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