Beyond the Germ Theory.
This book is so compact that it deserves the name "Multum in Parvo." The reader is kept on the growing fringe of medicine from the first to the last page. History is not neglected. It does not minimize the germ theory but adds to it. It deals with conditions other than germs that may cause disease and the influence of these conditions on health and happiness.
Because the germ theory is so satisfactory in explaining many diseases, it prevented for a time the...