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In cases where this trouble is suspected, very often there is ...
From The Hygienic Dictionary
Cure.  There is no "cure" for disease; fasting is not a cur...
Nothing is more required in healing than properly to nourish t...
The Blood-mesh Of The Skin
The Blood Vessels under the Skin. Not merely the nails and th...
Mild Reaction Erethic
If the poison is not virulent, and the body of the patient in...
The Healing Influence Of Music
Dubito, an omnia, quae de incantamentis dicuntur c...
Cardiovascular Renal Disease
With the strennousness of this era, this disease or conditi...
1. "Nervous headache." Take the B D current--moderate force. ...
Butter, Margarine And Fats In General
Recently, enormous propaganda has been generated against eati...
Although either the positive or the negative pole, applied to...
The Throat Should Be Covered With A Wet Compress I E A Piece Of
linen four to eightfold, according to its original thickness, d...
Colic Of Whatever Kind
Use A D current, pretty strong force. In severe cases, introd...
Resume Of Emergency Tracheotomy
The following notes should be memorized. 1. Essentials: Kn...
Where this arises from a more or less putrid wound, what is ai...
The Fundamental Principle
If you are a true believer in any of the above food religions...
Quacks And Quackery
Quackery and the love of being quacked, are in human nat...
Digestion is the process whereby the food we eat is turned int...
While the usually thin, watery esophageal and gastric secret...
A Collection Of Gallbladders
Gallbladder cases are rather ho-hum to me; they are quick to ...
Rules For Insertion Of The Catheter For Insufflation Anesthesia
1. The patient should be fully under the anesthetic by the ...
Source: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication
Take B D current, strong force. Apply P. P. to the open blood-vessel, or
as near to it as possible; placing N. P., long cord, to some adjacent
part, and, as nearly as practicable, in the direction from which the
blood chiefly comes.
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