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The central point of the circuit--that point which divides be...
The immediate conditions to meet are the rapid fluttering hea...
Wounds And Bruises
On this subject, I must necessarily be very brief. When a wou...
_Erysipelas_ being commonly the reflexion of an internal dise...
This disease, in addition to the symptoms of cutting, crampin...
The swelling of veins in the leg is a very common trouble, esp...
The Healing Crisis And Retracing
Certain unpleasant somatics that occur while fasting (or whil...
The Nerves In The Skin
How We Tell Things from Touch, and Feel Heat and Cold and Pai...
Positive And Negative Manifestations
Acute diseases are to be regarded as electrically positive, a...
Unsuccessful Bronchoscopy For Foreign Bodies
The limitations of bronchoscopic removal of foreign bodies ar...
Weight Loss By Fasting
Loss of weight indicates, almost guarantees, that detoxificat...
Mechanical Problems Of Bronchoscopic Foreign Body Extraction*
* For more extensive consideration of mechanical problems...
How the Eye is Made. Next in importance after the smell and t...
When the tracheal incision is placed below the first ring, n...
The Electric Circuit
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Boiled potatoes beaten up with fresh buttermilk make an excell...
While the myocardium is the most important muscle structure...
Often very serious trouble takes the form of simple overwhelmi...
Punctures Case Xii
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Many persons are distressed by some form of eruption or inflam...
Source: Papers On Health
A little oil only should be applied to the skin at once.
Any such smearing as dirties the clothes or bedclothes is quite
Since the first edition of these papers was published, the use of oil
in the "massage" treatment has become so widely known that methods of
rubbing are better understood, and its results more appreciated. Hence
it is now easier to procure pure oil, and our readers should be able to
get it cheaply at any first-class grocer's.
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