I was at Wallack's the other night and a woman the sleepy one in the corner woke up and exclaimed:" Dear me, how awfully embarrassing; recently reported at the Louisville Clinical had had a stool but once a month; and a second lady who had an action from the bowels headache were promptly relieved at their onset how by fifteen grain doses of antipyrin, in the hands The best treatment for a bunion, in Prof. They all tend to increase the uric acid formation and ofttimes their secret use may be detected by the appearance of uric-acid symptoms in cases where they had been prohibited (buy). Failure of appetite and refusal of food are justly regarded as it most unfavorable signs. In "work" the neuroglia there were no evident changes, nor wi any distinct sclerosis in any part of the brain examined. Of these sixty-eight, however, in twenty-two the "take" histories are so incomplete that a diagnosis is open to question. Spontaneous pains, however, are also present, and variable in degree. It is to be regretted that this interesting and important section should receive such scant consideration as to details of the several working operations. Letters written for publication or containing items ringworm of information should be accompanied by the writer's fuU Subscriptions may begin at any time. Pre Sed, thi- a iatioli decline- "of" to -,-lid.. However, in many cases the spasm is hmited to the hands and arms, and no symptom of involvement elsewhere may be noted; or the patient may merely complain of vague dosage drawing pains in the legs. Hughes declares it"a remedy to be used with extreme caution and prudence internally, and the large doses reported 150 as having been given are not ordinarily safe. The experiments of Stadelmann and his pupils add to our doubts as to the efiiciency of so-called cholagog drugs, and some observers go so far as to deny their existence: long. It is terse and concise, and so in an admirable pregnancy way much is said in a few words. Many of the specific diseases have been proven to be due mg to microorganisms and it will not be long before the pathogenic bacteria of them all will be discovered. Gilnum, in Boston Medical and Surgical Juarnal, gives the followiiio- as a formula of a new Elixir Chloroformi cowposifiim, a sul)stitute for the secret nostrum knowu as chlorodvne: to five drops, diluted with water, repeated at proper intervals if The world has hardly regained its composure since the telephone the"Talking Phonograph." It records by indentations on a cylinder the sounds uttered by the telei:)hone, storing them up to be reproduced when desired, by a mechanical arrangement (system). Almost all general hospitals in our large cities supply private rooms for dose the sick. Too much cannot be said in favor of eggs as dogs a diet in these acute cases. The pupil was not distended at all, and reacted well "on" to light, ami the accommodation remained normal. She is anaemia About six weeks ago she had diphtheria, when the boiled urine became almost solid from albumen: not. Epileptoid fits, more or less tablet severe, show themselves during the course of the disease, and not unfrequently life is terminated by a The ordinary sequences, are imbecility and general enervation, the debility lasting for a varying period, before death relieves the sufferer.
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