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    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-066 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      A woman taking her baby to the health worker to get vaccination against tuberculosis.
    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-067 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      A boy spitting into a spittoon, holding a red book in his hand ; caption says no spitting onto ground to avoid spreading TB.
    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-068 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      Regular physical exercises can help prevent TB.
    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-069 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      Keeping regular schedule can help prevent TB.
    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-070 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      Avoid spreading the disease.
    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-071 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      Keeping a clean living environment helps to avoid TB.
    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-072 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      Nutritious foods can help prevent TB.
    • Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977 03-073 

      (user) Jining County Sanitation and Antiepidemic Station; 济宁县卫生防疫站,宣 (Anhui Lantern Slides Studio安徽幻灯制片厂, 1974-07)
      Regular physical exam can help prevent TB.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-018 

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    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-019 

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      Images showing how water gets contaminated: human waste from outhouses getting into underground water, contaminating water in wells; people dumping human waste into rivers where they also wash clothes and get drinking water ...
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-020 

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      How water spreads diseases.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-021 

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      Illustration of typhoid fever bacteria.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-022 

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      Illustration of cholera bacteria.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-023 

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      Illustration of dysentery bacteria.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-024 

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      A peasant drinking (untreated) water out of a well.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-025 

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      Men buying food/drinks at a market stand.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-026 

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      How water gets treated to avoid spreading diseases.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-027 

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      People getting water from the "drinkable" portion of the river.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-028 

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      A woman washing vegetables at the designated spot of the river.
    • Water and Diseases, 1950 03-029 

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      A woman drying clothes that are just washed at the designed spot of the river.