A few months ago we tried to set up a sort of standard by which a per- son might judge as to whether or not he could satisfy the demands of ordinary health. It shall be the purpose of this article to set up a standard by which an individual might judge of the adequacy of his or her health knowledge. This discussion is based largely on the "Ten Commandments" by Dr. Livingstone Farr -and, given in an address before the American Public Health Association, and printed in College Text books of Hygiene by Smiley and Gould. Many will probably not agree with the writer, but it is his opinion that a person, in order to be considered educated, should have a reason- able knowledge of the things discussed in the following paragraphs.
©1932 by Iowa State Teachers College
Rath, H. Earl
"Are You Educated?,"
Science Bulletin: Vol. 4:
5, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/science_bulletin/vol4/iss5/3