Recent Literature Hand-Book of Public Health and Demography . By Edward F. Willoughby, M.D. London and New York: Macmillan & Co. 1893

1893 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
to the remedies employed, but to the comparatively mild character of the disease prevailing at that time. Du. Simon Bakucii said that the stability of a remedy must be judged by the length of time iu which it had been in use. He found that some of the remedies which hud been most highly commended by the speakers this evening were mentioned by Hippocrates. These were the hygienic remedies, dietetics and baths. Iu fact, they were the only ones thus commended which were to be fouud in the writings
more » ... uud in the writings of Hippocrates.
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