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Am J Dis Child. 1975;129(1):144-146. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1975.02120380112039.
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1975 Child Abuse Conference.—Families of abused children will be the probe of the 1975 Child Abuse Conference on Feb 20 and 21 at Inn of the Six Flags in Arlington, Tex.

Outstanding family authorities will conduct the two-day session, sponsored by the Mental Health Associations of Dallas and Tarrant Counties.

Family therapist Virginia Satir will conduct the Feb 20 conference session, and psychiatrist Jerry E. Lewis, MD, and his team on the Timberlawn Healthy Family study are scheduled for Feb 21.

Registration is $20 per person, and preregistration is necessary. For further information, contact Mrs. Claud Boothman, chairman, 1975 Child Abuse Conference, 2500 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX 75201; phone (214) 748-7825.

Conference on Infant Nutrition 1975.—University of South Florida, Tampa, will hold a conference on infant nutrition Feb 6 and 7, 1975. This two-day conference will include discussion of obesity—its mechanisms, prevention, and treatment—and a presentation on newer

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