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Bowels Glands Of

Symptoms of glandular trouble in the bowels are--weariness and...

Extraction Of Foreign Bodies From The Strictured Esophagus

Foreign bodies of relatively small size will lodge in a stri...

Asphyxia Suspended Animation

Use B D current, pretty strong force. Place P. P. at back of ...

Douche Cold

In its most powerful form this is a solid stream of water dire...

Where Our Drinking Water Comes From

Water Contained in our Food is Pure. Seeing that five-sixths ...

Alcohol

It is rarely, if ever, advisable to use alcohol. In certain ...

Belladonna

has great power as a local remedy in _Erysipelas_, to be appl...

From The Hygienic Dictionary

Food. [1] Life is a tragedy of nutrition. In food lies 99.99...

Dyspepsia

This term is applied so loosely and so indiscriminately to al...

Neuralgia

_Aconite_ and _Bell._ are two important remedies in this affe...

Starvation

It is true that ethical medical doctors use the least-risky ...

Burns And Scalds

No matter what the nature and extent of the burn may be, the ...

Clothing

Clothing should be light yet warm, and sufficiently free so as...

Croup More Serious Form

This is caused by an accumulation of material in the windpipe,...

Treatment Of Broken Compensation

The consideration of this subject will include the following ...

Venous Pressure

The venous pressure, after a long neglect, is now again being...

What Keeps Us Alive

The Energy in Food and Fuel. The first question that arises i...

Our Wonderful Coat

What the Skin Is. The skin is the most wonderful and one of t...

Gatherings

See Abscess; Ankle; Armpit; Bone, Diseased. ...

Nerve Centres Failing

Many diseases flow from this cause, but at present we only con...



Children's Strength






Source: Papers On Health

The question often arises as to the ability of
children to bear certain kinds of treatment. It must ever be
remembered, both in hot and cold applications, that the infant should
be gently dealt with. Violent cold and burning heat must alike be
avoided.

With a gentle application of heat before bracing cold is used,
considerable power of endurance is imparted. Strong blisters and
violent medicines should never be used. Very much less treatment will
affect the infant than that required for an older child. And in almost
every case the most durable cures are reached by gradual progress.





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