Advanced hygiene for the advanced examination of the board of education

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W.B. Clive, University Tutorial Press, Ld., 1902 - Health & Fitness
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Page 176 - means any drain of and used for the drainage of one building only, or premises within the same curtilage, and made merely for the purpose of communicating therefrom with a cesspool or other like receptacle for drainage, or with a sewer into which the drainage of two or more buildings or premises occupied by different persons is conveyed...
Page 106 - ... us, and this is likely to be greatly accelerated by the alarming increase of drinking among women, who have hitherto been little addicted to this vice. Since the mothers of the coming generation are thus involved the importance and danger of this increase cannot be exaggerated. Seeing, then, that the common use of alcoholic beverages is always and everywhere followed, sooner or later, by moral, physical, and social results of a most serious and threatening character, and that it is the cause,...
Page 106 - Thus deterioration of the race threatens us, and this is likely to be greatly accelerated by the alarming increase of drinking among women, who have hitherto been little addicted to this vice. Since the mothers of the coming generation are thus involved, the importance and danger of this increase cannot be exaggerated.
Page 105 - ... of the cells and tissues of the body, impairing self-control by producing progressive paralysis of the judgment and of the will, and having other markedly injurious effects. Hence alcohol must be regarded as a poison, and ought not to be classed among foods. 2. Observation establishes the...
Page 106 - ... infectious disease), and shortening the duration of life. 3. Total abstainers, other conditions being similar, can perform more work, possess greater powers of endurance, have on the average less sickness, and recover more quickly than nonabstainers, especially from infectious diseases, while they altogether escape diseases specially caused by alcohol. 4. All the bodily functions of a man. as of every other animal, are best performed in the absence of alcohol, and any supposed experience to the...
Page 221 - is probably in all respects the most advantageous crop to be grown under sewage, as it absorbs the largest volume of sewage ; occupies the soil so as to choke down weeds ; comes early into the market in spring; continues through the summer and autumn, bearing from five to as many as seven cuttings in the year, and producing from thirty to fifty tons of wholesome grass upon each acre.
Page 259 - All reasonable care should be taken not to allow infective disease to spread by the unnecessary association of sick with healthy persons. This care is requisite, not only with, regard to the...
Page 9 - When the air at any given temperature contains as much water vapour as it can hold it is said to be saturated, and while it is capable of holding more it is unsaturated.
Page 106 - ... 4. All the bodily functions of a man, as of every other animal, are best performed in the absence of alcohol, and any supposed experience to the contrary is founded on delusion, a result of the action of alcohol on the nerve centers. 5. Further, alcohol tends to produce in the offspring of drinkers an unstable nervous system, lowering them mentally, morally and physically. Thus deterioration...
Page 220 - the concentration of sewage, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. The intermittency of application is a sine gud non even in suitably constituted soils, wherever complete success is aimed at.

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