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The Journal of Sociological Medicine, Vol. 19

The Journal of Sociological Medicine, Vol. 19

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Excerpt from The Journal of Sociological Medicine, Vol. 19: Continuing the Bulletin of the American Academy of Medicine; June, 1918

First: There are the so - called occupational diseases, produced by injurious in?uences or poisons occurring in one's occupation, such as lead-poisoning and poisoning from various gases, dis eases caused by dust of various kinds, as in grinding, stone-cutting, cotton and shoe manufacture, etc.; occupational neuroses from over-fatigue, Whatever the kind of work. It is at this age period when one is careless of his health and at his maximum strength and efficiency that these occupational diseases are most fre quent, and the loss to the individual, to his family, and to the community is very great in consequence.

In recent years this subject of occupational diseases has been exhaustively studied and much has been done to obviate the avoidable risks in many occupations, both thru private effort and public legislation: for example, there has lately been establisht at the Massachusetts General Hospital an Industrial Clinic with a salaried physician and secretary, which deals solely with the diseases which may be considered to have been caused by the hazards of the patient's occupation. It is obvious, however, that so long as the public demands the innumerable and varied articles which it considers necessary accompaniments of present day civilization, from the green ?owers upon a woman's hat to a finely cut tombstone, many occupations which produce these articles must, from the nature of the occupation, be con ducted under unwholesome conditions. It is the price we pay for this kind of civilization. We are scrapping to an enormous extent men and women of adult life as the result of occupational diseases.

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