Canadian Practitioner, Volume 29

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Bryant Press, 1904
 

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Page xiv - July 14, 1905, provided that an Essay deemed by the Committee of Award to be worthy of the Prize shall have been offered. Essays intended for competition may be upon any subject in Medicine, but...
Page 100 - The necessarily proscribed limits of the work permit the consideration only of those parts of this extensive subject which the experience of the author as coroner's physician of the city of Philadelphia for a period of six years leads him to regard as the most material for practical purposes. Particular attention is drawn to the illustrations, many being produced in colors, thus conveying to the layman a far clearer idea of the more intricate cases.
Page 419 - Which yields thirty times its volume of " nascent oxygen " near to the condition of "ozone," is daily proving to physicians, in some new way, its wonderful efficacy in stubborn cases of Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Itch, Barber's Itch, Erysipelas, Ivy Poisoning, Ringworm, Herpes Zoster, or Zona, etc.
Page 225 - And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed, and brake it; and he gave to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body. And he took a cup, and gave thanks, and gave to them, saying, Drink ye all of it; for this is my blood of the covenant, which is shed for many unto remission of sins.
Page 219 - Maudsley so aptly expresses it, "there is a destiny made for a man by his ancestors, and no one can elude, were he able to attempt it, the tyranny of his organization.
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Page ix - It contains 10% ANIMAL IRON, 20% coagulable albumen, and every element of nutrition of the animal, mineral, and vegetable kingdoms. It is readily absorbed by the tissues, requires...
Page 31 - If an affirmative answer is found to any of these questions, the pupil should be given a printed card of warning to be handed to the parent, which should read something like this: CARD OF WARNING TO PARENTS.
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Page xx - Soap contains the essential antiseptic constituents of eucalyptus (1 % ) , mentha, gaultheria and thyme (each &%), which enter into the composition of the well-known antiseptic preparation Listerine, while the quality of excellence of the soap-stock employed as the vehicle for this medication, will be readily apparent when used upon the most delicate skin, and upon the scalp. Listerine Dermatic Soap contains no animal fats, and none but the very best vegetable oils; before it is "milled...

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