The 1929 Annual Report of the Children’s Clinic

The 1929 Annual Report of the Children’s Clinic

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    The pace of modern living daily swells the number of casualties not only on the King’s highway but even more noticeably on the highway of life itself. Amid this fevered traffic none stands in greater danger than the child.

    Street accidents to children cannot happen unnoticed. Damage and disaster to the minds and sensibilities of children can and do. Nor do they take their toll of childhood only. A considerable proportion of adult breakdowns arise from unregarded mishaps in formative years. The child victim of accelerated pace on the King’s highway receives treatment at once; the child victim of accelerated pace on the highway of life has in too many cases to endure increasing suffering without treatment for the remainder of its existence.

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