J. W. Hollingsworth's scientific contributions

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The Merck Manual began in 1899 as a guide to medical treatment and survives today in its 13th edition as a practical guide to diagnosis and therapy of nonsurgical problems. I remember the Merck Manual of medical school days (the 1940 edition) and am awestruck with the change. Memories from student days are poor, but I recall that edition as erroneo...

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... Its flowers have a soft sweet aroma and they blossom in the spring, early summer or mid fall (Welsh, 1998). Fruits of this plant are used to delight ascariasis and oxyuriasis (Beers, 1999), although the decoction of the fruit is helpful in toothache and nephritis. The roasted ripe seeds are helpful in diarrhea, fever and rickets. ...