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Bill of Health Rights for Incarcerated Girls

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Childhood Pneumonia as a Global Health Priority and the Strategic Interest of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Messenger, Bill (1995). The power of music: A complete music activities program for older adults. Baltimore, MD: Health Professions Press, Inc. 92 pages. ISBN 1-878812-27-00. $24.95

Questioning the Solution: The Politics of Primary Health Care and Child Survival with an in-Depth Critique of Oral Rehydration Therapy. David Werner and David Sanders, with Jason Weston, Steve Babb and Bill Rodriguez. 1997. Palo Alto, CA: Health Wrights. $30, airmail postage paid. 207 pp.

Johnston, George Lawson (1873 - 1943), JP; Lord Lieutenant of Bedfordshire since 1936; High Sheriff of Bedfordshire, 1924; Member of the Post Office Advisory Council since 1922; Member of Council London Chamber of Commerce; an Hon. Secretary King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London; Chairman Revenue Committee King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London and Member of Committee since 1901; Hon. Secretary, Thankoffering for the King’s Recovery, 1929; Hon. Treasurer Royal Northern Hospital, 1909–23; Chairman, Ministry of Information’s Advisory Committee on the Appointment of Advertising Agents; Chairman, Executive Committee Hospitals of London Combined Appeal, 1922; Chairman, British Charities Association; Treasurer County of London Red Cross; Chairman of British National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce; Chairman, Committee on Nutrition, Ministry of Health; Chairman of Oakley Hunt Committee; Director of Daily Express from its foundation till 1917; Chairman Bovril, Ltd; Director Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance, Ltd; Lloyds Bank; Vice-Chairman Ashanti Goldfields Corporation; Vice-President British and Foreign Bible Society; moved the Hospital Payment Amendment to Third Party Risks section of Traffic Act, House of Lords, Dec. 1929 and 1933; introduced Voluntary Hospitals (Paying Patients) Bill, 1935; also reintroduced when it became law, 1936

 

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A certificate properly authenticated by the consul or other recognized port authority certifying that a ship comes from a place where there is no contagious disease, and that none of its crew, at the time of its departure, was infected with such a disease. A certificate of this kind constitutes a clean bill of health; a foul bill of health indicates disease in the port of departure or among the crew. Nowadays, clearance is all done by e-mail, radio, or mobile phone.

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