By Peter McDonald
The Oxford booklet of clinical Quotations offers a superbly interesting and eclectic diversity of quotations masking all facets of medication throughout the a long time. It profound statements from well-known scientists with witty one-liners from the likes of Woody Allen and Spike Milligan. full of 1000's of quotations, it's a e-book that any one within the scientific occupation, or with an curiosity in overall healthiness, will locate a useful resource of reference hand massive entertainment.
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The Physician Himself and What He Should Add to the Strictly Scientific Baltimore () A badly set limb or an unnecessary or bungled amputation injures our whole profession. And the limb or stump may be held up in court in a suit for damages. Unless you are a fool, Xray them all. Book on the Physician Himself Philadelphia () · Catherine II ‒ Empress of Russia Reduce the mortality rate, consult doctors, do something about the care of young children. They run about naked in their shifts in the snow and ice.
The Epidemiologist and the Clinician (th edn) () Christina of Sweden – Queen of Sweden We grow old more through indolence than through age. Maxims (–) St. – Bishop of Constantinople Fasting is a medicine. Homilies on the Statutes III The heart is the most noble of all the members in our body. Homilies on the Statutes IX The Candidate Sir Winston Churchill – British statesman I must point out that my rule of life prescribes as an absolutely sacred rite smoking cigars and also the drinking of alcohol before, after, and if need be during all meals and in the intervals between.
The gout is so common a disease, that there is scarcely a man in the world, whether he has had it or not, but thinks he knows perfectly what it is. Notebooks () Life is one long process of getting tired. Notebooks () Ch. , ‘Life’ Death in anything like luxury is one of the most expensive things a man can indulge himself in. It costs a lot of money to die comfortably, unless one goes off pretty quickly. A Dissertation on the Gout, and All Chronic Diseases, Jointly Considered Children, in general, are overclothed and overfed.