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Alcohol, a Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine: How and Why; what Medical Writers Say

by Martha Meir Allen

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Published by Chas. C. Haskell & son .
Written in English


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Alcohol, a Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine: How and Why; what Medical Writers Say by Martha Meir Allen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The object of the book is to put into the hands of the people a statement of the views regarding the medical properties of alcohol held by those physicians who make little, or no use of this drug. In most cases their views are given in their own language, so that the book is, of necessity, largely a compilation.

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A DANGEROUS AND UNNECESSARY MEDICINE HOW AND WHY What Medical Writers Say. MRS. MARTHA M. ALLEN. Superintendent of the Department of Medical Temperance for the National Woman’s Christian Temperance Union. Full text of "Alcohol, a Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine: How and Why; what Medical Writers Say" See other formats.

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Filed under: Alcohol -- Physiological effect. Alcohol, A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine: How and Why; What Medical Writers Say (Marcellus, NY: National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, ), by Martha Meir Allen (Gutenberg text).

Author(s): Allen,Martha(Meir), Title(s): Alcohol, a dangerous and unnecessary medicine; how and why; what medical writers say. Edition: [2d ed.] Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Marcellus N. Y., Dept. of Medical Temperance of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union [] Description: vii,vii p.

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Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry. See: Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry (American Medical Association) Anstie, Francis Edmund. Book 1: multiple formats at ; Book 2, first section: multiple formats at ; Book 2, second section: multiple formats at ; Filed under: Alcoholism -- Treatment -- Congresses.

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"The truth is that all intelligent physicians and writers on therapeutics of the present day agree in stating that alcohol in large doses directly diminishes all the vital processes in the living body, and in still larger doses suspends the life of the individual by paralyzing the cerebral.

The International Medical Congress of adopted as its reply to the Memorial of the National Temperance Society, and of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union respecting "Alcohol as a Food and as a Medicine," the paper by Dr.

Ezra M. Hunt, one conclusion of which was, "Its use as a medicine is chiefly that of a cardiac stimulant".