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Page 130 - Neuralgia and Neuritis" says a well-known physician, "are merely the 'cry of the nerves' for tonic treatment and better nutrition." Countless medical men have learned that there is no therapeutic agent that will "answer" this "cry" more promptly and satisfactorily than Gray's Glycerine Tonic Comp.
Page 161 - The application of heat is again in favor and physicians in every part of the country are now convinced that the logical, safe and sane method of treating pneumonia includes the application of prolonged moist heat over the entire thoracic wall. ! not only offers the best known method of continuously applying moist heat of equable temperature for a long period, with the advantages attendant upon its physical properties, hygroscopy, exosmosis and endosmosis, but it offers the pneumonic patient exactly...
Page 150 - Theism and materialism, so indifferent when taken retrospectively, point, when we take them prospectively, to wholly different outlooks of experience. For, according to the theory of mechanical evolution, the laws of redistribution of matter and motion, though they are certainly to thank for all the good hours which our organisms have ever yielded us and for all the ideals which our minds now frame, are yet fatally certain to undo their work again, and to redissolve everything that they have once...