NOT a little is heard in these days concerning the preservation of health and its restoration should it be impaired. Indeed, there is probably no field in which theory is so active as in this; and for the reason that health is such a desirable asset, not only for the carrying on of those activities which humanity deems necessary for its existence, but also for the enjoyment of life.
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