St. Louis Courier of Medicine, Volum 35

Medical Journal and Library Association of the Mississippi Valley, 1906

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Side 216 - ... Second. If it be labeled or branded so as to deceive or mislead the purchaser, or purport to be a foreign product when not so, or if the contents of the 'package as originally put up shall have been removed in whole or in part and other contents shall have been placed in such package or if...
Side 163 - Men will not take time to get to the heart of a matter. After all, concentration is the price the modern student pays for success. Thoroughness is the most difficult habit to acquire, but it is the pearl of great price, worth all the worry and trouble of the search.
Side 163 - ... griefs. The comedy, too, of life will be spread before you, and nobody laughs more often than the doctor at the pranks Puck plays upon the Titanias and the Bottoms among his patients. The humorous side is really almost as frequently turned towards him as the tragic. Lift up one hand to heaven and thank your stars if they have given you the proper sense to enable you to appreciate the inconceivably droll situations in which we catch our fellow creatures.
Side 381 - Rules of Pediatrics, aphorisms, observations, and precepts on the science and art of pediatrics, giving practical rules for diagnosis and prognosis, the essentials of infant feeding, and the principles of scientific treatment, by John Zahorsky, AB, MD, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Medical Department Washington University, St. Louis; Ex-president of the St. Louis Pediatric Society; Attending Physician to the Bethesda Foundlings
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Side 217 - An act for preventing the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or misbranded, or poisonous, or deleterious foods, drugs, medicines, and liquors, and for regulating traffic therein, and for other purposes...
Side 163 - No human being is constituted to know the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth; and even the best of men must be content with fragments, with partial glimpses, never the full fruition.
Side 163 - EXCEPT it be a lover, no one is more interesting as an object of study than a student. Shakespeare might have made him a fourth in his immortal group. The lunatic with his fixed idea, the poet with his fine frenzy, the lover with his frantic idolatry, and the student aflame with the desire for knowledge are of
Side 191 - Mount Sinai Hospital Dispensary, New York; Editor, American Journal of Surgery, and Eli Moschcowitz, MD, Assistant Physician, Mount Sinai Hospital Dispensary, New York ; Editorial Associate, American Journal of Surgery. Duodecimo; 60 pages. New York: Surgery Publishing Co., 1906. Cloth, 50 cents. This little book is most novel, not only on account of the many original, terse and epigrammatic practical suggestions given, but its general appearance and attractive 'orm.
Side 293 - ... 2. In patients suffering with superacidity and subacidity it is best to order rest after meals; after violent exercise or during sleep, the digestion is impaired in these cases. 3. In patients suffering with motor disturbances of the stomach, it is best to prescribe moderate exercise after meals, for rest, violent exercise, or sleep disturbs the digestion under these conditions.

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