2 edition of Sea-bathing: its use and abuse found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||RM819 .D95|
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|Pagination||2 p.l., -60 p.|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||07039757|
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Due to its. InDr. Richard Russell published The Use of Sea Water which recommended the use of sea water for healing various diseases, and William Buchan wrote his book Domestic Medicine advocating the practice.
Sea bathing. "Abuse" can result because you are using a substance in a way that is not intended or recommended, or because you are using more than prescribed. To be clear, someone can use substances and not be addicted or even have a substance use.
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• Recurrent use despite having persistent or recurrent social or interpersonal problems, caused or exacerbated by the effects of the drug, is indicative of abuse. Treatment • Treatment of. As previously pointed out by another buyer, this is the second part of the guide, from p As best I can determine, this seems to be the second part of A Guide to All the Watering and Sea-bathing Reviews: 2.
The publication in of Dr. Richard Russell’s A Dissertation Concerning the Use of Sea-Water in Diseases of the Glands had, despite its unpromising title, convinced the medical profession of sea water’s potentially therapeutic powers.
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♦ The Legacies, the third “book” begins at Chapter Many thanks for reading and commenting! Notes."The use of tobacco," continues he, "has, in many individuals, a most striking effect on the nervous system; and its general use in the community is productive of more serious effects than is commonly .