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As so many times repeated, real pain must be stopped, and mor...
Complications Following Esophagoscopy
These are to be avoided in large measure by the exercise of ...
The Use Of The Will
IT is not generally recognized that the will can be t...
Acute Cardiac Symptoms Acute Heart Attack
It is not proposed here to describe the condition of sudden...
As intimated in the preceding paragraph, the diet during end...
Water-treatment As Used By Currie Reuss Hesse Schoenlein &c
Beside the above modes of treatment _cold_ and _tepid Water_ ...
Diet For The Acutely Ill
The acutely ill person experiences occasional attacks of dist...
Foreign Bodies In The Insane
Foreign bodies may be introduced voluntarily and in great nu...
The author wishes to caution the reader not to rely merely on...
For an ordinary convulsive attack in the case of a child, hold...
The treatment under Glands, Swollen, should be followed. But b...
Enemas Versus Colonics
People frequently wonder what is the difference between a col...
The Relative Position Of The Superficial Organs Of The Thorax And Abdomen
In the osseous skeleton, the thorax and abdomen constitute a ...
Nose Bleed - Epistaxis
If it arises from fullness of the vessels of the head, with t...
Difficulties Of Esophagoscopy
The beginner may find the esophagoscope seemingly rigidly fi...
Continuation Of Packs Convalescence
Whether the eruption appear or not, the packs should be conti...
The Period Of Convalescence
under the usual drug-treatment, is, however, usually protract...
Sudden attacks of this, though in a mild form, are very troubl...
The use of these to give temporary relief, often degenerating ...
These will be found treated under the various heads of Colds, ...
Source: Papers On Health
These are often piled on the front of the body,
while the far more important back is left exposed. In many cases of
delicacy and cough, particularly with women, it is far more effective
to protect the upper back with warm extra flannel than to place
covering on the chest. This alone will sometimes cure distressing
coughs. In every case, such "protection," whether to back or breast,
should be such as to secure free escape of perspiration (see
Underwear). A sheet of fine wadding is excellent. Where less heat is
desired, new flannel is the best. Often, also, chest trouble is best
helped by protecting the soles of the feet. If these and the back are
kept warm, there is little fear or harm at the front of the chest. Let
the back covering, where it is used, come down as far as the top of the
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