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The Therapeutics of Mineral Springs and Climates (Classic Reprint) [I. Burney Yeo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from The Therapeutics of Mineral Springs and Climates This work is divided into two parts. The first is devoted to the study of mineral springs; and as the introductory chapters are concerned with certain general considerations. 1. Author(s): Yeo,Isaac Burney,d. Title(s): Climate and health resorts,by J. [sic] Burney Yeo Edition: new and cheaper edition with an appendix. Title(s): The therapeutics of mineral springs and climates,by I. Burney Yeo Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Paris, New York, and Melbourne, Cassell and company, limited  Description: viii, p. Full text of "The magnetic and mineral springs of Michigan, to which is prefixed an essay on the climate of Michigan" See other formats.
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The mineral springs of the United States and Canada, with analyses and notes on the prominent spas of Europe, and a list of sea-side resorts. (New York, D. Appleton and company, ), by George Edward Walton (page images at HathiTrust) Mineral springs of North America; how . Doctors cast doubt on the possibility that a patient with either dysentery or diarrhea could be cured while remaining in a tropical climate; they suggested sea voyages, visits to mineral springs, and travel to a cooler climate for chronic cases. 15 Bernard M. Byme, An Essay to Prove the Contagious Nature of Malignant Cholera. THERAPEUTICS (Gr. θεραπευτικὴ, sc. τέχνη, from θεραπεύειν, to serve), the name given to that branch of medicine which deals specifically with the means employed to cure disease if possible, or to control and lessen its evil results when a cure is impossible. Author(s): Wyoming State Medical Society. Meeting. Publication: Denver, Colo.: APP Engraving & Print. Co., Subject(s): Societies, Medical Medicine Wyoming Wyoming State Medical Society. 7. Gunn's newest family physician, or, Home-book of health: an approved household guide for avoiding disease and prolonging life, giving clear directions in case of drowning, poisoning, wounds and other.