Scientific References

From Nutrition and Health, The Borden Company: 1924; page 79.



SCIENTIFIC REFERENCES SHOWING THE VALUE OF SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK IN CHILD FEEDING

American Journal Diseases of Children--Jun, 1920.

``Fats Replaced by Cane Sugar,'' von Pirquet.

The Nations's Health, August 15, 1922.

``An Interesting Experiment with Malnourished Children''
Gertrude Gates Mudge, M.A.
Helen Frances Rich, B.S.

P. S. No. 38 Experiment with Malnourished Children.

Dr. Louis F. Sanman, N. Y. C.

``Vitamins in Milk,'' M. J. Rosenau, M.D.

Boston Medical and Surgical Journam--May, 1921.

New York Medical Journal & Medical Record--May 16, 1923.

``Observations on the Nutritive Value of Pasteurized and Condensed Milk''--Philip B. Hawk, Ph.D.
From the Laboratory of Physiological Chemistry of Jefferson Medical College.

Archives of Pediatrics, June, 1923.

``The Value of Sweetened Condensed Milk as a Food for Babies''
Max Wolf, M.D.
Carl P. Sherwin, M.D.

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