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Page 69 - Professor of Materia Medica, Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and Clinical Medicine and Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Skin in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia; Physician to the...
Page 360 - THE day returns and brings us the petty round of irritating concerns and duties. Help us to play the man, help us to perform them with laughter and kind faces, let cheerfulness abound with industry. Give us to go blithely on our business all this day, bring us to our resting beds weary and content and undishonoured, and grant us in the end the gift of sleep.
Page 229 - All that pertains to the great field of medical learning is his, by tradition, by inheritance, by right.
Page 51 - Diseases of Women. A manual of non-surgical gynecology, designed especially for the use of students and general practitioners. By Francis H. Davenport, MD, instructor in gynecology in the medical department of Harvard University, Boston. Third edition, thoroughly revised and enlarged, with many additional illustrations. A Treatise on Gynecology.
Page 79 - ... accomplished thereby. It is apparent, however, that if the evils of liquor drinking (ill-health, poverty, insanity and crime) are ever to be fully abated, the medical profession must take a more active part in this much desired reform. They, more than any others, can disabuse the public mind of old-time errors concerning the use of or necessity for alcohol, either as a beverage or for medicinal purposes. It would seem to be the duty of those to whom the public looks for guidance in all...
Page 116 - The staff in attendance are uniformed to grade according to universal custom. In the matter of equipment and appliances, everything is of the newest and best. A new litter attracts considerable attention; it is carefully balanced and so arranged that one attendant can operate it easily and noiselessly as it runs on two wheels about 20 inches in diameter which are fitted with large inflated rubber tires.
Page 404 - Hydrozone is put up only in extra small, small, medium and large size bottles bearing a red label, white letters, gold and blue border with my signature.
Page 213 - Atlas of the External Diseases of the Eye, Including a Brief Treatise on the Pathology and Treatment. — By Prof. Dr. O. Haab, of Zurich. Authorized Translation from the German. Edited by GE de Schweinitz, AM, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology in the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia.
Page 236 - One of these babies, eight months old, had had over a thousand reflex spasms. She had been given twenty-two different baby foods in the course of six months. A wet nurse stopped the spasms, and started her on the road to health. Another baby, eight weeks old when I saw it, was emaciated to a skeleton. It weighed eight pounds at birth, and at eight weeks weighed but six pounds. A wet nurse saved its life, and it is now a healthy youngster of eight months. I would lay it down as a rule to which there...
Page 390 - Inasmuch as gouty difficulties usually arise from sluggish excretion, buttermilk Is a blessing to all gouty subjects. It gently stimulates all the excretories — liver, skin, and kidneys. It also tones the stomach and furnishes it the material from which to make rich, red, healthy blood. If troubled with gout, avoid meat, sweets, pastry, wines, spices, hot rolls, bread of all sorts, and everything belonging to the tribe of ferments. Eggs, game, fresh fruit, vegetables, especially salads, may be...