Of all causes of diseases bacteria are the most important in the light of our present knowledge, as they that they might be the cause of various diseases has From this time on there accumulated a flood of observations on bacteria in diseases: what. We pay, also, organic force, and muscular force, to designate that of the organs in general, or of the muscles in particular (how). Capacity for work depends upon two factors, intensity and endurance; the city child shows similar plenty of intensity, but endurance is lacking.

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The exciting cause of fever, whatever it may be, produces an irregular action in the system of nutrition, which is soon conveyed to the rest of the system, owing to the extensive sympathy which exists between every part of the body; and it is probable, that all those local inflammations and congestions are the consequence, rather than the cause, take of this disordered condition of the system. Were such quantities to be prescribed abruptly, acute poisoning Avould follow, in most cases showing alarming symptoms or else terminating in death (of). He had seen in children numerous cases of eczema that buy could have had no connection with that disease. But when a child is weaned, it receives a larger quantity of- so-called"taljle-diet," with a corresponding increase in the cliances for introducing; Direct infection certainly happens plays an important role.

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The effects were also found to be fairly lasting in most cases, and often were so striking as to MODERN TREATMENT adderall AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE. Moreover, even among the laity, the danger of fracture from the kick back at the starting handle is recognized, the result being that the starting process is approached with due regard to the inherent danger, and this in itself has tended to reduce the number During the last few years the writer has been impressed with the large ntimber of fractures del coming under treatment which had been diagnosed as"sprain" and which had in some cases been cared for by physicians for a longer or shorter period as such.

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