Making it one of the official religons of the Roman Empire
'dung and filth... in ditches, rivers and other waters... so that the air there is grown greatly corrupt and infected and many intolerable diseases happen'.
If someone had died from the Plague, their whole family was locked into the house for 28 days to prevent them spreading the plague any further.
to include the number of houses and families in the area, christenings, marriages and burials and whether people were employed.
Allowed licensed 'anatomists' to take the corpse of anyone dying in the workhouse, who was not claimed by a relative.
Which set up a general board of health, with Chadwick as one of the three commissioners. It also allowed towns to:
set up their own local Board of Health
appoint a local medical officer
organise the removal of rubbish
build a sewer system
Leading to the Government trying out some of Chadwick's ideas.
Not properly enforced until 1871. When local authorities were forced to register everyone who was vaccinated, causing the number of deaths due to smallpox to drop dramatically.
Plans were already being made for a new sewer system in London. But parliament could not meet due to the great smell from the Thames due to hot weather.
& Chadwick was not appointed to any other official position.
Which campaigned for workhouse reform and an improved standard of nursing in the workhouse.
Forced all towns to appoint inspectors to check water systems and drainage.
They also had a fulltime doctor appointed to them.
including the demolition of 40 acres of slum.
Parliament began passing more legislation on public health. Which made local councils responsible for insuring that clean water, public toilets, rubbish removal and sewers and drains were provided.
Which gave local authorities power to buy and demolish slum housing.
All midwives have to be trained and registered.
To develop the 606th tested compound into the first Magic Bullet Treatment - Salvarsan 606.
Free treatment and medicine, limited sick pay and unemployment support for some workers.
but the blood cells soon deteriorated.
Friend of Watson and Crick, awarded a Nobel prize along with them.
But he was unable to get any funding.
(The red dye effective against blood poisoning, and Prontosil.
Although it was a miracle drug, there was only a small amount a Penicillin available and the patient died when it ran out.
at first they were unsuccessful (In June) but in December of that year (when the USA entered the 2nd world war) the USA agreed to fun the mass production of Penicillin.
Identifies disease as a problem for the government to deal with after the second world war.
Dealt with the problem of smog.
By the Royal College of Physicians.
Not awarded to Rosalind Franklin since it is not awarded posthumously, and she had died four years earlier.
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