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See Nostrils. ...
This may be felt either because the breath is actually hot, or...
Pulse Testing For Allergies
Coca's Pulse Tests are extraordinarily useful and simple tool...
Dysmenorrhoea - Painful Menstruation
For this disorder, I know of no one remedy so valuable as the...
Dr Jerome Kidder's Electro-magnetic Machine
On opening the machine-box, as it comes from the manufacturer...
Length Of Pack Perspiration
To make quite sure of the reaction, the single sheet may be t...
Nephritis Inflammation Of Kidneys
1. Acute. If the urinary secretion be reddish and scant, with...
In a variety of cases, more or less severe spasmodic pains are...
Muscular Action Weak
The heart is the most important of all muscles. Sometimes the ...
The Various Forms And Positions Of Strictures And Other Obstructions Of The Urethra False Passages Enlargements And Deformities Of The Prostate
Impediments to the passage of the urine through the urethra m...
WATCH the faces as you walk along the street! If you ...
Cramp In The Stomach
This very severe trouble, though resisting ordinary methods of...
The Stages Of Fasting
The best way to understand what happens when we fast is to br...
The most successful procedure in the management of intestinal...
Conclusion: Help Yourselves If Your Physicians Will Not Help You!
And I am none of your water-enthusiasts, who pretend to cure ...
The Cause Of Disease
Ever since natural medicine arose in opposition to the violen...
Enough has already been said of the value and limitations of ...
A Collection Of Gallbladders
Gallbladder cases are rather ho-hum to me; they are quick to ...
Although either the positive or the negative pole, applied to...
Children's Healthy Growth
Often either the whole system or some part fails to grow prope...
Affection Of The Brain
Category: DESCRIPTION OF SCARLET-FEVER.
Source: Hydriatic Treatment Of Scarlet Fever In Its Different Forms
When the _brain_ is affected, the patient suddenly complains of violent
headache, vomits repeatedly, loses his eye-sight, has furious delirium,
or coma (a state of sleep from which it is difficult to rouse the
patient); his pupils dilate; the pulse becomes small, intermits;
sometimes the skin becomes cold; there is dyspnoea (difficulty of
breathing), fainting, paralysis, convulsions, and finally death; or,
sometimes, the paroxysm passes suddenly by with bleeding from the nose
or with a profuse perspiration.
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