The Ladies Guide in Health and Disease

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Kessinger Publishing, 2010 - Literary Collections - 734 pages
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1893. With discussion on women's health and disease from girlhood to maidenhood to wifehood to motherhood. The author aimed at presenting this volume with the belief that there was a real and urgent demand for such a work. The ailments for which women suffer constitute a large part of the practice of the majority of physicians and probably contributes more to the support of the medical profession than any other class of maladies. Richly illustrated throughout.

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