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This pocket-size volume went through seven editions under different titles and remained in print for thirty-one years, mainly as Healthy Skin: a Popular Treatise on the Skin and Hair, Their Preservation and Management. 24 The book relates Wilson’s experiences with skin diseases and his involvement with popular physiology and health education. Covers may vary: Dr. Hollicks's complete works: marriage guide, or, Dr. Hollicks's complete works: marriage guide, diseases of male and female generative organs, the matron's manual of midwifery and child birth, the disease of women familiary explained. New revised and enlarged edition complete in one volume. Plain and practical for popular use.
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Woman's Hand-Book in Health and Disease. Lucien Calvin Warner. 11 Feb Paperback. US$ A Popular Treatise on the Functions and Diseases of Woman (Classic Reprint) Lucien Calvin Warner. 26 Apr A Popular Treatise on the Functions and Diseases of Woman (Classic Reprint) Lucien Calvin Warner.
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Atherosclerosis is an inflammatory cardiovascular disease, frequently associated with plaque formation/ruptures, and platelet activation and repairing events. The Uses of Water in Health and Disease: A Practical Treatise on the Bath, Its History and Uses The Itinerary of a Breakfast: A Popular Account of the Travels of a Breakfast Through the Food Tube, and of the Ten Gates and Several Stations Through Which It Passes; Also of the Obstacles Which It S.
Writing, in[quot]On the Use of the Thermo- meter as a Guide in the Diagnosis of Pyrexial Diseases,[quot] Dr. Gibson/7 after indicating the work done by Wunderlich, refers to the chapter on the range of temperature in disease in Aitken's [quot] Treatise of Medicine [quot] as affording a new field of medical investigation.
Cortical Oscillations in Health and Disease. First Edition. Roger Traub, MD and Miles Whittington, PhD. challenges the standard neural network theories ; the text is a continuation of the controversy between Golgi and Cajal in the late 19th century, on whether the brain was one vast "reticular" syncytium, or whether it was constituted of.
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Price. Price completed an epic volume of nutritional anthropology and wrote a nutritional treatise in his book entitled, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, which was published in followed by a second edition in Reviews: Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a branch of traditional medicine that is said to be based on more than 3, years of Chinese medical practice that includes various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, cupping therapy, gua sha, massage (tui na), bonesetter (die-da), exercise (qigong), and dietary therapy.
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Price, post-paid, 15 cents. HBH 3a Health and Diseases of Woman. BY R. TRALL, M. This work treats upon Woman and the Medical Profession-Opium-Alcohol-Tobacco-Drugs-The Race Imperiled-Responsibilities of Parents-American Mothers-Woman’s Disadvantages-The Medical Profession vs.
Five women of good fame and untarnished reputation attended the inmates and they lived in a house adjoining the church. Henry may well have had his hospital nurses in his mind, when towards the end of his treatise he praised women for their capacity to attend the sick: “And it is sound practice that, when someone is seriously ill, a woman.
General treatise: the physician's hand-book, and family guide to health -- pt. Special treatise: a practical treatise on the diseases peculiar to the genital organs of the male sex -- pt. Special treatise: a practical treatise on the diseases peculiar to the genital organs of the female sex Topics: Medicine, Drug Therapy, Genital.
Author(s): Austin, George Lowell, Publication: Boston: Lee and Shepard, Subject(s): Genital Diseases, Female Marriage Pregnancy 5. The laws and mysteries of life: a hand book for maidens, mothers, students and practitioners of medicine: a treatise on love, beauty, health, diseases of maidenhood, womanhood, and the physiology of the marriage state, gynecology and obstetrics.
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In he published his first book, A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Urinary and Generative Organs in Both Sexes.
The book proved a success, running through four editions by However, it was Acton’s second book which has proved of most interest to historians of sexuality. According to Charaka's translations, health and disease are not predetermined and life may be prolonged by human effort and attention to lifestyle.
As per Indian heritage and Ayurvedic system, prevention of all types of diseases have a more prominent place than treatment, including restructuring of lifestyle to align with the course of nature. By the midth century, advances in thermometry and medicine enabled Wunderlich to produce his seminal work on clinical thermometry .His work was based on approximately 1 million temperature measurements obtained in 25 patients during a year period .Wunderlich made use of graphs that plot temperature over time in normal and disease states (Figure 1), heralding the concept of.
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Women often died in childbirth or succumbed to postpartum infections. Children frequently did not live into adulthood. Laborers must have had multiple problems, such as accidents, osteoarthritis, and fractures.
Kidney disease, dental problems, hemorrhoids, and heart disease would have been common.The family doctor, or, The home book of health and medicine: a popular treatise on the means of avoiding and curing diseases and of preserving the health and vigour of the body to the latest period: including an account of the nature and properties of remedies, the treatment of the diseases of women and children, and the management of.