The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser cover

The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser

Ray Vaughn Pierce

1. 01 - Part 01
2. 02 - Part 02
3. 03 - Part 03
4. 04 - Part 04
5. 05 - Part 05
6. 06 - Part 06
7. 07 - Part 07
8. 08 - Part 08
9. 09 - Part 09
10. 10 - Part 10
11. 11 - Part 11
12. 12 - Part 12
13. 13 - Part 13
14. 14 - Part 14
15. 15 - Part 15
16. 16 - Part 16
17. 17 - Part 17
18. 18 - Part 18
19. 19 - Part 19
20. 20 - Part 20
21. 21 - Part 21
22. 22 - Part 22
23. 23 - Part 23
24. 24 - Part 24
25. 25 - Part 25
26. 26 - Part 26
27. 27 - Part 27
28. 28 - Part 28
29. 29 - Part 29
30. 30 - Part 30
31. 31 - Part 31
32. 32 - Part 32
33. 33 - Part 33
34. 34 - Part 34
35. 35 - Part 35
36. 36 - Part 36
37. 37 - Part 37
38. 38 - Part 38
39. 39 - Part 39
40. 40 - Part 40
41. 41 - Part 41
42. 42 - Part 42
43. 43 - Part 43
44. 44 - Part 44
45. 45 - Part 45
46. 46 - Part 46
47. 47 - Part 47
48. 48 - Part 48
49. 49 - Part 49
50. 50 - Part 50
51. 51 - Part 51
52. 52 - Part 52
53. 53 - Part 53
54. 54 - Part 54
55. 55 - Part 55
56. 56 - Part 56
57. 57 - Part 57
58. 58 - Part 58
59. 59 - Part 59
60. 60 - Part 60
61. 61 - Part 61
62. 62 - Part 62
63. 63 - Part 63
64. 64 - Part 64
65. 65 - Part 65
66. 66 - Part 66
67. 67 - Part 67
68. 68 - Part 68
69. 69 - Part 69
70. 70 - Part 70
71. 71 - Part 71
72. 72 - Part 72
73. 73 - Part 73

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Summary

The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser In Plain English, Or, Medicine Simplified. By R.V. Pierce, M.D. INTRODUCTORY WORDS. Health and disease are physical conditions upon which pleasure and pain, success and failure, depend. Every individual gain increases public gain. Upon the health of its people is based the prosperity of a nation; by it every value is increased, every joy enhanced. Life is incomplete without the enjoyment of healthy organs and faculties, for these give rise to the delightful sensations of existence. Health is essential to the accomplishment of every purpose; while sickness thwarts the best intentions and loftiest aims. We are continually deciding upon those conditions which are either the source of joy and happiness or which occasion pain and disease.