A short time ago there was presented in the columns of this paper an article dealing with the methods of motivating a health program. This article dealt with the methods of gaining an interest in the subject of health. Once having gained this interest a program of education must be brought forward. Such a program may not be elaborate, in fact probably should not be. It is the opinion of the writer that most programs of health attempt to cover too wide a field and do not leave sufficient definite impressions.
©1930 by Iowa State Teachers College
Rath, H. Earl
"Health and Cleanliness,"
Science Bulletin: Vol. 2:
6, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/science_bulletin/vol2/iss6/3