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" These solutions are absorbed into the blood and carried to all parts of the body. "
Archives of Physiological Therapy - Page 294
1906
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Woman in Her Various Relations: Containing Practical Rules for American ...

Mrs. L. G. Abell - Etiquette - 1851 - 319 pages
...dilutes too much the gastric juice. Extremes of heat and cold are injurious. Drinks are immediately absorbed into the blood and carried to all parts of the body. Stimulating fluids very much exhaust the powers of life, by injuring that delicate organ the stomadfc,...
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Woman in Her Various Relations: Containing Practical Rules for American Females

Mrs. L. G. Abell - Women - 1855 - 319 pages
...dilutes too much the gastric juice. Extremes of heat and cold are injurious. Drinks are immediately absorbed into the blood and carried to all parts of the body. Stimulating fluids very much exhaust the powers of life, by injuring that delicate organ the stomach,...
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Devoted to the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of electricity ..., Volume 2

1906
...to blue, green, and yellow if treated by dilute solutions of uranium nitrate, quinine, or assculin, all these solutions being fluorescent. These facts...solutions under either X-rays or radium. He believes that Morton's claims in this direction need to be investigated. Much work needs to be done before fluorescence...
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A Healthy Body: A Text-book on Physiology and Hygiene for Use in ...

Charles Henry Stowell - Hygiene - 1906 - 199 pages
...power on the liver, others on the kidneys, others on the skin, and so on. Now when alcoholic drinks are absorbed into the blood, and carried to all parts of the body, the nervous tissue is acted upon more powerfully than the other tissues. In other words, when alcohol...
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The Law of Life and Human Health

G. R. Clements - 1998 - 313 pages
...ferments, decays, and putrifies in the alimentary canal, resulting in a host of disorders. Much of it is absorbed into the blood, and carried to all parts of the body. In the lite-stream this load of fermenting and decomposing nutriment is conveyed to the cells and tissues,...
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