SPECIFICS FOR THE CURE OF INEBRIETY

T. D CROTHERS
1893 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
and the first effect is irritation and a tendency to increased congestion. But nature, finding the envir¬ onments unsurmountable, takes the only remaining course for relief ; diminished congestion, and absorp¬ tion, obtain, until the shrinkage leaves the parts loose and free. Consequently the rubber bandage is wrong, and Martin admitted that in arthritis it
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