... in many of which a ray of sun never enters, and where pure air is an unknown quantity, they are compelled to take less oxygen into their lungs, are deprived of outdoor exercise, observe less regular hours, suffer the mental strain of trying to solve... The Eclectic Practice of Medicine - Page 315by Rolla L. Thomas - 1906 - 1033 pagesFull view
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Medicine, Eclectic - 1904
...the home, to say nothing of the dissipations that are engendered by a life in the city, and we hare all the conditions that impair digestion and assimilation...conditions are vile, will convince the most skeptical. This brings us to the last condition of the problem, the treatment. [To be continued.] _ BLT ' WHY....