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" ... he may go, to consider the change as placing him merely in a more favorable situation for the removal of his disease ; in fact, to bear strictly in mind that the beneficial influence of sailing and of climate requires to be aided by such a dietetic... "
The south of France. East half - Page viii
by Charles Bertram Black - 1885 - 396 pages
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The Influence of Climate in the Prevention and Cure of Chronic Diseases ...

Sir James Clark - Europe - 1830 - 400 pages
...beneficial influence of travelling, of sailing, and of climate, requires to be aided by such a regimen and mode of living, and by such remedial measures, as...circumstances requiring attention from the invalid at home, require to be equally attended to when he is abroad. The necessity for such attention may differ somewhat...
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The invalids guide to Madeira. with a vocabulary of the Portuguese and ...

William White Cooper - 1840
...beneficial influence of travelling, or of sailing, or of climate, requires to be aided by such a regimen and mode of living, and by such remedial measures as would have been requisite in his case had he resided in his own sountry. " All the circumstances requiring attention from the invalid at home, require...
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Sandgate as a Residence for Invalids

George Moseley - England - 1853 - 136 pages
...termination. The beneficial influence of climate must, Sir James Clarke has insisted, be aided by a dietetic regimen and general mode of living, and by...such remedial measures as would have been requisite had the patient remained at home. It is also necessary that due regard should be paid to the peculiar...
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Pamphlets - Homoeopathic, Volume 22

Homeopathy - 1862
...aided by such a dietetic regimen and general mode of living, and by such medical remedies as n'ould have been requisite in his case had he remained in...invalid at home should be equally attended to abroad." Williams remarks : "Climate is only one portion of the system of attack which we organize against the...
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The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal, Volume 26

Medicine - 1878
...strictly in mind that the beneficial influence of sailing and of climate requires to be aided by such a dietetic regimen and general mode of living, and by...measures as would have been requisite in his case liad he remained in his own country. All the circumstances requiring attention from the invalid at...
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Pamphlets

Samuel Roffey Maitland - 1880
...strictly in mind that the beneficial influence of sailing and of climate requires to be aided by such a dietetic regimen and general mode of living, and by such remedial measures as would have CONSTITUENTS OF CLIMATE. 47 been requisite in his case had he remained in his own country. All the...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volume 26

Medicine - 1878
...strictly in mind that the beneficial influence of sailing and of climate requires to be aided by such a dietetic regimen and general mode of living, and by...been requisite in his case had he remained in his ofwn country. All the circumstances requiring attention from the invalid at home should be equally...
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