Drawing, Charcoal on Paper; by Joseph Hirsch; C. 1943; Unframed Dimensions 17H X 21W
88-159-FE as a Gift of Abbott Laboratories
The medical officer on a Navy ship does much more then treat sick and wounded men. Part of his job is to inspect the kitchens, toilets, and living quarters of all personnel aboard. If similar preventive measures could be instituted generally in civilian life, the incidence of many diseases might be drastically cut.