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35 페이지 - Any itinerant vender of any drug, nostrum, ointment, or appliance of any kind, intended for the treatment of disease or injury, or who shall, by writing or printing, or any other method, publicly profess to cure or treat diseases, injury, or deformity by any drug, nostrum, manipulation or other expedient, shall pay a license of one hundred dollars a month, to be collected in the usual way.
35 페이지 - Any itinerant vendor of any drug, nostrum, ointment or appliance of any kind intended for the treatment of disease or injury, or who shall, by writing or printing, or any other method, publicly profess to cure or treat diseases, injuries or deformities by any drug, nostrum, manipulation or other expedient, shall pay to the...
160 페이지 - ... after this has been accomplished, and not till then, the patient is told to approach the sponge (positive) electrode to the palm of the hand. The needle is not withdrawn until a slight frothing is observed around its stem, showing that the electrolytic action has been fully developed ; but, to avoid shock, the sponge electrode is first released by the patient, the needle being removed subsequently, — being exactly the reverse of the initial steps.
241 페이지 - ... per cent of all deaths among the intemperate. Intemperance reduces the expectation of life more in the upper classes than among mechanics and tradesmen. Mr. Neison finds that from the age of...
226 페이지 - The chances of females being married before the age of twenty years, are as one to five of all the probabilities that they will ever marry. At the age of twenty years one-fifth of all their chances are gone. At twenty-five a little over two-thirds, and at thirty nearly six-sevenths of all their probabilities are lost.
246 페이지 - He proceeds : From the account in p. 254, it appears that at Northampton, though more males are born than females, that nearly the same number die ; yet the number of living females is greater than the number of males, in the proportion of 2301 to 1770, or 39 to 30. This cannot be accounted for, without supposing that tht males are more short-lived than the females.
122 페이지 - Alcohol must be ranked with those narcotics which, after long-continued use, leave behind them permanent and enduring changes in the bodily organs. These changes may not always be recognizable by the minute anatomist, but they may be known very unequivocally by persistent anomalies of function.
177 페이지 - Emmet, vaginismus is to be regarded purely as a symptom, denoting reflex irritation, of which the chief expression is an exaggerated sensitiveness about the hymen and vaginal outlet. As the irritation is transmitted through the sympathetic nerves, the effect is experienced at its terminal branches in the erectile tissue distributed about the entrance to the vagina. It is found only in anaemic and excessively nervous women, and in those who have in some manner overtaxed their nervous systems. Their...
244 페이지 - ... some of our most celebrated racers have represented the female sex. The lioness is fully as dangerous to the hunter as her more majestic consort, and the bitch proves as untiring in the chase as the most muscular dog in the pack. From all these facts we may logically argue, that the human female, if properly developed and placed beyond causes which militate against her physical well-being, would be in no great degree the inferior of the male.