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" The art of preserving health; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous,... "
Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science - Page 664
by National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) - 1874
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A Manual of practical hygiene c. 2

Edmund Alexander Parkes - 1866 - 663 pages
...fi!2 612 614 814 615 615 615 615 619 INTRODUCTION. HYOIEXE is the art of preserving health ; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind,...other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote. This art has been practised from the earliest...
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Nature, Volume 1

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1870
...alterations of it. Dr. Parkes thinks so too, for he says, " Hygiene is the art of preserving health, that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind...other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote.'' And now we come to the extension which liouchardat...
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A manual of practical hygiene, for use in the medical service of the army

Edmund Alexander Parkes - Hygiene - 1873
...212' . •073 •240 •383 •446 INTRODUCTION. HYGIENE is the art of preserving health; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind...other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote. This art has been practised from the earliest...
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Report, Volume 5, Part 1880

Wisconsin. State Board of Health - Public health - 1881
...thought would suggest, perhaps. A good general definition is: "The art of preserving health; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind...other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote." In the largest sense it is the perfect culture...
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The Sanitary Record, Volume 8

1878
...for the first time. Hygiene is described by the author as the art of preserving health— that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind...as long a period as is consistent with the laws of nature. As the body is affected by every mental and moral action, and the mind is profoundly influenced...
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A Manual of Practical Hygiene

Edmund Alexander Parkes - Hygiene - 1878 - 733 pages
... .... „ 814. Plate IX. „ 465. INTRODUCTION, HTGIEXB is the art of preserving health ; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind...as long a period as is consistent with the laws of Же. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous,...
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A Manual of Practical Hygiene

Edmund Alexander Parkes - Hygiene - 1878 - 733 pages
...BINDER. to to face page 68. „ 99. 101. 276. 314. 465. INTRODUCTION. preserving health ; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind...during as long a period as is consistent with the ws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous,...
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A Manual of Practical Hygiene

Edmund Alexander Parkes - Hygiene - 1878 - 733 pages
...INTRODUCTION. HYGIENE is the art of preserving health ; that is, of obtaining the most perfect at'iion of body and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the hws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more...
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Good Words, Volume 20

English periodicals - 1879
...the introduction to the book in question : — " Hygiene is the art of preserving health ; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind...during as long a period as is consistent with the laws oflife. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous,...
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Healthy life and healthy dwellings, a guide to hygiene

George Wilson - 1880
...Hygiene is the art of preserving health ; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and of mind during as long a period as is consistent with...other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more rigorous, death more remote."— PABKES• "Only in a strong and clean...
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