The "Health" of the Parolee: Clinical Considerations

This is the first attempt to quantify the "health? of the parolee.  Within the limits of the measuring instrument, the general notion is that the parolle is not healthy.  In the limited comparisons possible  in New York, the parolee is sicker both physically and mentally than the average New York hospital patient.  Clearly, it is hoped that this report will catalyze more interest in pursuing the "health" of the parolee.   Reports to follow will examine the diets, biochemical, and hair templates of this.

E. W. McDonagh, C. J. Rudolph and E. Cheraskin

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