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Clement Dukes - bibliography

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English physician, born November 19, 1845, London; died January 18, 1925, Rugby.


  • Health at school.
    With Malcolm Alexander Morris (1849-1924) et al. London, 1883; 4th edition, 1905.
  • The preservation of health. London, 1884.
  • An address in school hygiene on medical guidance in the selection of schools for certain children. London, 1889.
  • The essentials of school diet. London, 1891.
  • Work and overwork in relation to health in schools. London, 1893.
  • On the features which distinguish roseola (roserash) from measles and from scarlet fever. London, 1894.
  • Remedies for the needless injury to children. London, 1899.

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