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First Book in Physiology and Hygiene - Page 57
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1888
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Health habits: by M.V. O'Shea and J.H. Kellogg, Volume 1

Michael Vincent O'Shea, John Harvey Kellogg - Hygiene - 1915 - 216 pages
...loaded with useless materials, with poisons or unhealthful things, good work is out of the question. If we should take a drop of blood from the finger of a person who was getting too little sleep, we should find the red blood cells far too few in number. This is one...
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The American Museum Journal: 1917, Volume 17

Natural history - 1917
...there, ready to be injected into the blood of the next person to whom the tsetse turns for a meal. If we take a drop of blood from the finger of a person who is in the advanced stage of sleeping sickness, and put it under a powerful microscope, a remarkable...
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The Everyday Health Series ...

Michael Vincent O'Shea - 1921
...every cell and tissue suffers. The brain is dull, the muscles are weak, the whole body languishes. If we should take a drop of blood from the finger of a person who is getting too little sleep, we should find the red blood cells far too few in number. This is one...
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