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A series of free public lectures is being given under the auspices of the Faculty of Medicine of the University at the Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, on Sunday afternoons at 4 o'clock. The doors are closed at five minutes past the hour. No tickets are required for admission. Following are the dates and titles of the remaining lectures:
Feb. 2.--The Sexual Instinct--its Abuse and Control. (To men only). Dr. Edward H. Nichols.
Feb. 9.--The Responsibility of the Community for the revalence of Venereal Disease. Dr. Hugo Cabot.
Feb. 16.--Dangerous Effects of Patent Medicines. Dr. David L. Edsall.
Feb. 23.--Fresh Air, Exercise, and Physical Condition. Dr. Edward H. Bradford.
Mar. 2.--The Bladder Ailments of Men in Later Life. (To men only). Dr. Paul Thorndike.
Mar. 9--Opthalmic Catastrophes. Dr. Myles Standish.
Mar. 16.--How to cultivate Emotional Poise in a Strenuous Age. Dr. George L. Walton.
Mar. 23.--The Rise of Experimental Medicine. Dr. Howard T. Karsner.
Mar. 30.--Tumor Diseases Peculiar to Women. (To women only). Dr. William P. Graves.
Apr. 6.--The Management of Scarlet Fever and Measles. Dr. E. H. Place.
Apr. 13--The New State Psychopathic Hospital. Dr. E. E. Southard.
Apr. 20.--The Effect of Occupation on the Hearing Power. Dr. Clarence J. Blake.
Apr. 27.--The Hygiene of Pregnancy. (To Women only). Dr. Franklin S. Newell.
May 4.--Treatment of some Emergencies of a Surgical Nature. Dr. Howard A. Lothrop.
May 11.--The Preservation of the Natural Teeth. Dr. Charles A. Brackett.
May 18.--Future Lines of Investigation of Infectious Diseases. Dr. S. B. Wolbach.
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