Wedding photograph of Dr Henry Green and Kate Green. Dr Green arrived at Armoedsvlakte Experiment Station on 4th February 1914. He worked on the chemical research of the Lamziekte syndrome. He had a mental collapse in 1928. Mr and Mrs Green returned to England and Henry Green was committed to the Maudsley Hospital in London for treatment. On the 28th July 1931 the Green family returned to South Africa. After Theiler's death he continued his career at the Bureau of Animal Health at Weybridge, UK. (Source: There was a man: the life and times of Sir Arnold Theiler K.C.M.G. of Onderstepoort / by Thelma Gutsche, 1979)
Green, Robin J.; Green, Dee(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2012-08)
While visiting our kids and grandson last year, I had a recurring thought: being a grandparent is not for 'sissies'. My wife and I thought about how grandparenting challenged our health; each day saw some insult to body ...
Green, Robin J.; Becker, Piet J.; Labuschagne, Denise; Kitchin, Omolemo P.; Masekela, Refiloe(International Online Medical Council (IOMC), 2012-02-16)
BACKGROUD: Studies in adults have shown that smokers have a higher risk of death and a higher
risk of developing AIDS. Other studies have shown an increased risk of smoking HIV-positive
adults to infections. There is, ...
Halkas, Andrew; Green, Robin J.(Allergy Society of South Africa, 2011-11)
Dividing preschool wheezing infants into episodic
wheezers or multitrigger wheezers, or into groups
used in longitudinal cohorts may only be clinically
useful if temporal factors such as severity and frequency,