The Genesis and Control of Disease
Health Research Books, 1996 - 673 pages
1931 an attempt to demonstrate the pathological possibilities of emotional and physical maladjustment and resultant metabolic and nutritional disturbance. Contents: Anatomy, Physiology & Function; the Cell; the Skeleton; the Muscular System; the Ci.
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The Respiratory System
Ductless and Other Glands SpleenThyroidParathyroidPituitary
The Urinary Organs KidneysUretersBladderUrethra
The Autonomic or Vegetative Functions
Effect of Emotions on Digestion and Other Functions
Additional Influences on Function
Special Infectious Diseases
Putrefaction Products of Digestion
Classification Selection and Combination of Food 550
Toxemia and Treatment
Rational FastingFirst Aid in Illness 406
Introductory Definitions and Nomenclature
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The Genesis and Control of Disease: An Attempt to Demonstrate the ...
George S. Weger
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