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Allergies may lead to minimal brain dysfunction in children
Investigators find a change of diet can sometimes lead to improvement in children who appear retarded or have behavior problems
Allergy may be the cause of apparent...
Alcoholism is unevenly distributed among, groups. More men than women are alcoholic, more Irishmen than Jews, more bartenders than bishops. The group, however, with possibly a higher rate of alcoholism than any other consists of famous American writers.
Whether, as Hemingway...
That gonorrhea is an infectious venereal disease is known to physician and layman alike, but the history of a patient who, between the ages of 20 and 50 years contracts no fewer than 12 new gonorrheal infections, suggests a compelling psychogenic factor to explain his repeated exposures...
The Cancer Ward is not just another novel about a hospital, despite its standard cast of "character" patients, flirtatious nurses, and dedicated doctors. Rather it mirrors the whole of life in contemporary Russia, reflected from the mind of an intelligent, highly gifted writer. And it...
I have chosen the phrase "keepers of the bed" to indicate eunuchs, for it is a literal translation of the word which comes from the Greek eune, bed, and echein, to hold or keep.
Partial or complete excision of man's genitalia, castration, eviration, or eunuchism, is the most...
H.G. Wells (1866-1946) rose from the lower rungs of stratified Victorian English society to become an elder of science fiction, a remarkable predictor of developments in biology and warfare, and a great popularizer of history and science. Over the years, this extremely prolific writer...
My first encounter with Sir John Hill occurred in my PhD orals when an examiner asked me a question about this 18th-century figure. I had never heard of this Hill nor even seen his name in print. I remember leaving the oral, heading directly for the library, and learning, to my complete...
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