Howard W. Haggard
In 1917 he worked as a physiologist for the United States Bureau of Mines. During World War I he was a captain in the Chemical Warfare Service in the United States Army. At Yale University, he conducted research into cardiorespiratory physiology and with Yandell Henderson invented the H and H inhalator. Haggard was director of the Laboratory of Applied Physiology at Yale University from 1926-1956.
Haggard was involved in pioneering research into the causes and treatment of alcoholism. He was an editor for the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol. He died in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
- Devils, Drugs, and Doctors (1913, 1929)
- The Lame, the Halt, and the Blind: The Vital Role of Medicine in the History of Civilization (1932)
- Mystery, Magic and Medicine: The Rise of Medicine from Superstition to Science (1933)
- The Doctor In History (1934)
- Diet and Physical Efficiency (1935) [with Leon A. Greenberg]
- Man and His Body (1938)
- The Science of Health and Disease: A Textbook of Physiology and Hygiene (1938)
- Alcohol Explored (1942) [with E. Morton Jellinek]
- Blocker, Jack S; Fahey, David M; Tyrrell, Ian R. (2003). Alcohol and Temperance in Modern History: An International Encyclopedia, Volume 1. ABC-CLIO. p. 285. ISBN 1-57607-833-7
- Faulconer, Albert; Keys, Thomas Edward. (1965). Foundations of Anesthesiology, Volume 1. C.C. Thomas. p. 321
- Allred, N; Bejarano, W; Ward, J. (2017). Howard Wilcox Haggard and the Institutionalization of Modern Alcohol Studies. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 78 (2): 325-329.
- Anonymous. (1929). Review: Enemies Of Medical Science. Reviewed Work: Devils, Drugs, And Doctors by Howard W. Haggard. The British Medical Journal 2 (3598): 1163
- Curtis, James R. (1931). Reviewed Work: Devils, Drugs and Doctors. Social Science 6 (3): 324-325.
- Matthews, N. Sanford. (1932). Reviewed Work: The Lame, the Halt and the Blind by Howard W. Haggard. Bios: A Quarterly Journal of Biology 3 (4): 194-195.
- Anonymous. (1930). Reviewed Work: The Conquest of Superstition by Science. Devils, Drugs, and Doctors by Howard W. Haggard. Science Progress in the Twentieth Century (1919-1933) 25 (97): 125-128.
- "The Doctor In History". Kirkus Reviews.
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