Rehabilitation of the Cardiovascular Patient
- Dr. Cardiology. // Time;11/12/1973, Vol. 102 Issue 20, p140
An obituary for cardiologist Paul Dudley White is presented.
- Coronary Heart Disease in Young Adults: A Multidisciplinary Study. Kuhn, Paul H. // Angiology;Apr1955, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p165
Reviews the book "Coronary Heart Disease in Young Adults: A Multidisciplinary Study," by Menard M. Gertler and Paul D. White.
- Bad Medicine: The Prescription Drug Industry in the Third World. (Book). Egbert, Lawrence D. // Journal of Public Health Policy;Autumn1993, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p375
Reviews the book "Bad Medicine: The Prescription Drug Industry in the Third World," by Milton Silverman, Mia Lydecker and Philip R. Lee.
- Big Beat. // Time;12/21/1959, Vol. 74 Issue 25, p33
The article reports on the death of an adult finback whale in Provincetown, Massachusetts. It notes that the whale had been towed by the U.S. Coast Guard back to sea after it was discovered aground in Provincetown. It also relates how heart specialist Paul Dudley White failed to save the mammal...
- Pusher. Mintz, Morton // New Republic;10/4/82, Vol. 187 Issue 14, p36
Reviews the book "Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World," by Milton Silverman, Philip R. Lee and Mia Lydecker.
- Abortion Politics: Private Morality and Public Policy/Abortion Parley. Connery, John R. // America;4/4/1981, Vol. 144 Issue 13, p282
The article reviews two books including "Abortion Politics: Private Morality and Public Policy," by Frederick C. Jaffe, Barbara L. Lindheim and Philip R. Lee, and "Abortion Parley," edited by James T. Burtchaell.
- Big Heart. // Time;8/25/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p46
The article reports on the successful Alaskan expedition of heart specialist Doctor Paul Dudley White and his assistants to obtain an electrocardiogram of a whale in Nushagak Bay in August 1952. The beluga whale that they found in the shallows of the bay weighed one ton. The specialist has been...
- Washington Front. LUCEY, CHARLES // America;10/29/1955, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p118
The article reports on the health condition of U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower as of October 29, 1955. Specialists, led by Doctor Paul Dudley White of Boston, Massachusetts, allegedly say that Eisenhower may ultimately recover but may not have as strong a heart in the future. Because of this,...
- Untitled. // Time;11/12/1973, Vol. 102 Issue 20, p138
The article presents obituaries for several notable people including spirited patrician and author Catherine Drinker Bowen, pioneer heart specialist Dr. Paul Dudley White, and playwright Robert McLaughlin.