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Care of the Hair, 1900 - 01/15/2013
Practical and Competent Advice Concerning the Use of Soaps and Powders; the Washing of the Scalp; and the Best Means for Preventing the Hair from Falling Out. By GEORGE THOMAS JACKSON, M.D. Instructor in Dermatology in the Medical Department of Columbia University, New York. There are certain matters in regard to the care of the hair that have not been taught to some physicians in their student days, and about which they are still some what at sea because they have found no mention of them in their books. About these they seek advice. Perhaps such matters may seem trivial to some of you, but they do not seem trivial to some of your patients. Therefore, they seem to me to be of sufficient importance to warrant my bringing them briefly to your notice. MANAGEMENT OF THE HAIR DURING AND AFTER FEVERS. It is well known that the hair falls after fevers of parturition, as well as after other exhausting drains on the general nutrition of the body. The laity know this, and in such cases are constantly asking if we cannot do something to prevent the falling of the hair. After the patient is convalescent, his or her, especially her, friends are eager to have the head shaved and cross-shaved, and cite cases of those who have had this done and now have such magnificent hair! How shall we answer these questions? We can answer the first by saying that nothing can be done during the illness to prevent the falling out of the hair. The hair falls out not because of the dryness of the scalp in ...

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