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The Biologically Vulnerable Boy

Framing Sex Differences in Childhood Infectious Disease Mortality

Heather T. Battles

explanation has tended to overwhelm evidence for variation and alternative and complementary factors demonstrating the role of context. To this end, I use the epidemiological literature on one disease, diphtheria, as a lens through which to examine the framing

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Similarities and Differences between West and East German Primers, 1945–1949

Verena Stürmer

“Ring-a- Ring-o’ Roses,” a friend of the children dies. 32 The other primers only rarely present problems; these are limited to diseases (such as diphtheria) 33 or accidents for which children themselves are mostly to blame, 34 and always end in an

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Radio Broadcasting, Disability Activism, and the Remaking of the Postwar Welfare State

Rebecca Scales

epidemics of tuberculosis, diphtheria, and polio added urgency to proposals to improve France's health care system, as did the return of tens of thousands of chronically-ill POWs and deportees from Nazi camps in Germany and Eastern Europe. 7 “France has

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Roundtable: The COVID-19 Pandemic in Israel

Joel S. Migdal, Anat Ben-David, Uriel Abulof, Shirley Le Penne, Tomer Persico, Nohad ‘Ali, Tsafi Sebba-Elran, Maya Rosenfeld, Nissim Cohen, Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Shlomo Mizrahi, Meital Pinto, Hagar Salamon, and Diego Rotman

). In 1922, the New York Department of Health saw the ban on public spitting as a key tool in the battle against tuberculosis, diphtheria, and other orally transmitted diseases. Saliva was perceived as one of the main factors in the spread of the SARS