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" ... moderately costive bowels, the almost invariable consequence of a dry, invigorating diet, will be found more conducive to exemption from cholera than an opposite habit. Whenever aperients may become indispensable, those of a warm aromatic kind, in... "
London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine - Seite 251
1832
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The United Service Journal and Naval and Military Magazine

1832
...susceptibility to infection which individuals may possess at the moment the disease breaks out. tive and concentrated ; moderately costive bowels, the...be found more conducive to exemption from Cholera thau an opposite habit. Whenever aperients may become indispensable, those of a warm aromatic kind...
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The Family monitor

1831
...about the very evil they wished to avoid; that we should be apt to think with another board—" That no sudden nor extensive alterations should be made in the usual modes of living." The true preventive, after all, is an unrnffled mind; and the man who places his firm reliance on his...
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The Journal of Health, Band 3

1831
...the susceptibility to infection which individuals may possess at the moment the disease breaks out. No sudden nor extensive alterations should be made...to exemption from cholera, than an opposite habit. What is generally understood by salts — viz. Glauber's salts alid Epsom salts, as well as other cold...
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Of Pestilential Cholera: Its Nature, Prevention, and Curative Treatment

James Copland - 1832 - 175 Seiten
...the susceptibility to infection which individuals may possess at the moment the disease breaks out. No sudden nor extensive alterations should be made in the usual modes of living. A.11 changes of food, to be useful, indeed not to be absolutely prejudicial, should tend to render...
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