Medical Era, Volume 10

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Era Publishing Company, 1892 - Homeopathy
 

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Page 12 - Whoso is simple, let him turn in hither!" and as for him that wanteth understanding, she saith to him, "Stolen waters are sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant." But he knoweth not that the dead are there; and that her guests are in the depths of hell.
Page 35 - Tis an earthen jar, whose lid Allah sealed, the while it hid That treasure of his treasury, A mind that loved him; let it lie! Let the shard be earth's once more, Since the gold shines in his store!
Page 291 - Science is a first-rate piece of furniture for a man's upper chamber, if he has common sense on the ground- floor.
Page 153 - In all pathological conditions, surgical or medical, which linger persistently, in spite of all efforts at removal, from the delicate derangements of brain substance that induce insanity, and the various forms of neurasthenia, to the great variety of morbid changes repeatedly found in the coarser structures of the body, there will invariably be found more or less irritation at the rectum, or the orifices of the sexual system, or both.
Page 288 - You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time.
Page 56 - Science, in an experimental observation of thirty-eight boys of all classes of society and of average health, who had been using tobacco for periods ranging from two months to two years, twenty-seven showed severe injury to the constitution and insufficient growth ; thirty-two showed the existence of...
Page 13 - The Dominion of a man over his Wife is no other than as the Soul rules the Body ; for which it takes a mighty care, and uses it with a delicate tenderness, and cares for it in all contingencies, and watches to keep it from all evils, and studies to make for it fair provisions, and very often is led by its inclinations and desires, and does never contradict its appetites, but when they are evil, and then also not without some trouble and sorrow...
Page 237 - Avoid pickles, spices, curries, salted or otherwise preserved provisions, pies, pastry, cheese, jams, dried fruits, nuts, all coarse, hard, and indigestible foods taken with a view of moving the bowels, strong tea, and much hot liquid of any kind, with meals. 5. Walk at least half an hour twice daily. 6. Avoid sitting and working long in such a position as will compress or constrict the bowels. 7. Solicit the action of the bowels every day after breakfast, and be patient in soliciting. If you fail...
Page 317 - Where books are thus offered, they are in effect used as evidence, and the substantial objection is, that they are statements wanting the sanction of an oath; and the statement thus proposed, is made by one not present, and not liable to cross-examination.
Page 158 - III, comprising the major portion of the book, is given to the consideration of New Treatment, and is a retrospect of the year's work, with numerous Original Articles by eminent authorities. The...

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