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" The art of preserving health; that is, of obtaining the most perfect action of body and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous,... "
Index to Volume VI. Part 73. July 15,1875 - Page 181
by The Sanitary Record - 1885
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A Manual of practical hygiene c. 2

Edmund Alexander Parkes - 1866 - 663 lehte
...and mind, during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote. This art has been practised from the earliest times. Before Hippocrates, there were treatises on hygiene,...
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Nature, 1. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1870
...and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of life ; in other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote.'' And now we come to the extension which liouchardat has given to the ordinary definition, " Hygiene...
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A manual of practical hygiene, for use in the medical service of the army

Edmund Alexander Parkes - 1873
...and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote. This art has been practised from the earliest times. Before Hippocrates there were treatises on hygiene,...
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Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) - 1874
...and mind during as lung a period as is consistent with the laws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote. This art, revived in our days, was practised from the earliest times. The writings of Moses teem with...
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Annual Report, 26. köide

Michigan. Department of Health - 1898
...Board of Health of Michigan has, in the language of our great classic in hygiene, Edmund Parkes, made growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote for every citizen within the boundaries of this fair State. And now, what of the future of the Board?...
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Annual report of the Commissioner of the Michigan Department of Health for ...

1898
...Board of Health of Michigan has, in the language of our great classic in hygiene, Edmund Parkes,, made growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote for every citizen within the boundaries of this fair State. And now, what of the future of the Board?...
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Report, 5–9. köide

Minnesota. State Board of Health - 1877
...be visited upon all who obstinately and willfully disobey the laws whose sole object is "to render growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote." DW HAND, CHAS. N. HEWITT, V. SMITH. FRANKLIN STAPLES, WH LEONARD, EJ DAVIS. CH. GRONVALD. FINANCIAL...
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A Manual of Practical Hygiene

Edmund Alexander Parkes - 1878 - 733 lehte
...and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of Же. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote. This art has Ъееп practised from the earliest times. Before Hippocrates there were treatises on...
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Good Words

1879
...and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws oflife. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote. . . . Taking the word hygiene in its largest sense, it signifies rules for perfect culture of mind...
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Report of the State Board of Health of Wisconsin ... 1880

1881
...and mind during as long a period as is consistent with the laws of life. In other words, it aims at rendering growth more perfect, decay less rapid, life more vigorous, death more remote." In the largest sense it is the perfect culture of mind and body. We cannot dissociate the two. The...
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