1965: Year of Legislative Achievements in Health, Education and Welfare

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966 - 215 pages

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Page 94 - Foundation is authorized and directed — (1) to develop and encourage the pursuit of a national policy for the promotion of basic research and education in the sciences...
Page 143 - An adequate income in retirement in accordance with the American standard of living. (2) The best possible physical and mental health which science can make available and without regard to economic status.
Page 8 - cigarette smoking is causally related to lung cancer in men," and "cigarette smoking is a health hazard of sufficient importance in the United States to warrant appropriate remedial action
Page 108 - Commissioner finds, after consultation with the appropriate accreditation body or bodies, that there is reasonable assurance that the school will meet the accreditation standards of such body or bodies prior to the beginning of the academic year following the normal graduation date of students who are in their first year of instruction at such school during the fiscal year in which the...
Page 135 - Commission shall follow procedures that will insure consideration of the following factors : (1) the relationship of the project or class of projects to overall regional development including its location in an area determined by the State...
Page 165 - XIV; (12) provide that, in determining whether an individual is blind, there shall be an examination by a physician skilled in the diseases of the eye or by an optometrist, whichever the individual may select...
Page 20 - Division of Water Supply and Pollution Control, Public Health Service, US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare...
Page 162 - ... (4) X-ray, radium, and radioactive isotope therapy, including materials and services of technicians...
Page 143 - ... 4. Full restorative services for those who require institutional care. 5. Opportunity for employment with no discriminatory personnel practices because of age. 6. Retirement in health, honor, dignity — after years of contribution to the economy.
Page 29 - ... (c) by these means, to improve generally the health manpower and facilities available to the Nation, and to accomplish these ends without interfering with the patterns, or the methods of financing, of patient care or professional practice, or with the administration of hospitals, and in cooperation with practicing physicians, medical center officials, hospital administrators, and representatives from appropriate voluntary health agencies.

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