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Health and socio-economic studies in Puerto Rico. 1. Health and socio-economic conditions on a sugar cane plantation

Morales, P.; Perez, M.A.; Et Al.

Puerto Rico J. Pub. Health. 12: 405-490

1937


Accession: 013394341

The area surveyed was a middle sized, absentee owned sugar cane plantation situated in the South East of Puerto Rico. Vol. 7, No. 2 The exhaustive information presented on health, social and economic conditions includes data on nutrition and deficiency diseases. The staple food of the peasants consists of vegetables and codfish for lunch, and rice and beans for dinner. The vegetables include plantains, green bananas, sweet potatoes, dasheens and yams.

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