2 edition of Every man his own physician found in the catalog.
Every man his own physician
|Statement||by John Theobald ...|
|Contributions||Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||RS127 .T45 1794|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 87,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||97188513|
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Philadelphia: Jesper Harding, But as the tradition of popular health publication makes clear, men and women have always sought to manage their own care, sought to reduce costs and to participate in the prevention and treatment of their own ills. Several pharmacies that made a specialty of fitting out such chests were located near the docks in Philadelphia. Chestnut Hill: Samuel Saur, Bitters were drinks containing vegetable drugs; most were alcoholic, but this one was not.
Books such as these met this need. Michael Underwood. Jones, retail agent. The first edition of the most popular midth century American domestic medical book. Here two Philadelphia women each claim to be the only one to prepare "Spirit of Venice Treacle" properly. Important News to the Sick and Afflicted!
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An experienced mother or grandmother could judge a fever or inspect a whitened tongue or bloodshot eye as well as any physician. Second American edition, corrected. Free almanacs got advertising for medicines into the home and kept it there all year long.
In an era of omnipresent television and mass journalism, of films and videos, of congressional health politics, the seemingly quaint popular medical books and pamphlets of colonial and antebellum America seem all the more alive and significant as they embody an ineradicable desire to predict and control their readers' biological future.
Philadelphia, July As early asthe polymath Samuel Stearns compiled and published the first such domestically-oriented American manual: The American Herbal, or Materia Medica.
We no longer assume that the average household should be prepared to take responsibility for managing childbirth and the mother's Every man his own physician book. Philadelphia: Office of the Journal of Health, All medicine was psychosomatic medicine in these generations; mind and body, sickness and health were all intricately and inextricably related.
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Unlike other sectarians who wanted people to replace one kind of doctor with another, Thomson really intended every person to be his or her own doctor.
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Rafinesque's Medical Flora of the United States 17 to Wooster Beach's American Practice of Medicine, a generously illustrated three-volume guide to practice "on botanic principles. Woodcut images of druggist's shop signs sometimes appeared in newspaper advertisements. Those practicing Thomsonianism could subscribe to several journals, and also, as this issue shows, attend conventions, correspond with physicians, order medicine by mail, or patronize infirmaries and bath houses.
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