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Page 4 - An aged man is but a paltry thing, A tattered coat upon a stick, unless Soul clap its hands and sing...
Page 18 - The first wealth is health. Sickness is poor-spirited, and cannot serve any one: it must husband its resources to live. But health or fulness answers its own ends and has to spare, runs over, and inundates the neighborhoods and creeks of other men's necessities.
Page 132 - Disease, held in 1951, defined screening as "the presumptive identification of unrecognized disease or defect by the application of tests, examinations, or other procedures which can be applied rapidly.
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Page 33 - Where an individual is in an institution and his condition is such that the availability of medical care in such institution is not a principal reason for his presence there, only that part of the cost of care in the institution as Is attributable to medical care (as...
Page 337 - Medical Association, the American College of Surgeons, the American College of Physicians and the American Hospital Association.
Page 55 - ... or wilfully neglects or refuses to provide for the support and maintenance of his or her...
Page 33 - ... this subparagraph) in such institution is a principal reason for his presence there, and meals and lodging are furnished as a necessary incident to such care, the entire cost of medical care and meals and lodging at the institution, which are furnished while the individual requires continual medical care, shall constitute an expense for medical care. For example, medical care includes the entire cost of institutional care for a person who is mentally ill and unsafe when left alone.

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