|Olive Thorne Miller One of the most interesting birds who ever lived in my Bird Room was a blue jay named Jakie. He was full of business from morning till night, scarcely ever a moment still. Poor little fellow! He had been stole... Read more of THE BUSY BLUE JAY at Children Stories.ca|| Informational|
Sources of Starch. The starches are valuable and wholesome fo...
HOW to live at peace with others is a problem which, if pract...
Endoscopy On The Human Being
Dog work offers but little practice in laryngoscopy. Because...
See Erysipelas. ...
Ulcers Case Xxvi
The following case occurred in the person of a lady with vari...
Smoking, a Senseless Habit. Smoking is the curious act of dra...
Mechanical Problems Of Bronchoscopic Foreign Body Extraction*
* For more extensive consideration of mechanical problems...
Vegetables Green And Fruit
We would strongly recommend our readers to continually have th...
Influenzal infection, not always by the same organism, sweep...
Physical Signs Of Bronchial Foreign Body
In most cases there will be limitation of expansion on the in...
The Lower Animals
It may, by some, be objected that, if we regard sensation as ...
The patient is quite helpless, and there is usually a strong s...
What Is It That Makes Me So Nervous?
THE two main reasons why women are nervous are, first...
Direct Laryngoscopy In Children
The epiglottis in children is usually strongly curled, often...
The Blood-mesh Of The Skin
The Blood Vessels under the Skin. Not merely the nails and th...
Let us suppose a swelling appears on some part of the body or ...
See Rash. ...
The Throat Should Be Covered With A Wet Compress I E A Piece Of
linen four to eightfold, according to its original thickness, d...
Scarlatina Simplex Or Simple Scarlet-fever
In the _mildest form_ of the disease, called _scarlatina simp...
This is best treated by a good large BRAN POULTICE (see) on th...
Category: ADMINISTRATION OF REMEDIES.
Source: An Epitome Of Homeopathic Healing Art
The diet of the sick should he nutricious, but at all times simple, free
from greasy substances, and from all stimulating condiments whatsoever,
as well as from vinegar, or food in which vinegar is used.
In short, let the food be nutritious, easily digested, small or moderate
in quantity, and free from all "seasoning," except salt or sugar; and if
salt is used at all, let the quantity be very small, much less than
would be used in health.