Case L . - Cold and cough twenty years ago , leaving short breath , but breath
was better during first five years , worse since . Never free from cough . Case LI . -
Influenza and cough ten years ago . Bad every winter since , but better in summer
Of Winter - cough . It is absolutely necessary that I should be more minute in my
description of what I mean by “ Wintercough ; ” because this disease , although
perhaps more frequent than consumption , has not been described so often and
... twenty - four pills . In winter cough , smoaking this compound herb tobacco , I
have , in several instances , found very beneficial . It not only allays irritation of
the internal membrane of the lungs , but promotes expectoration , and therefore
Cough with haemoptysis ( bloody expectoration ) : Cough with haemoptysis
means , cough with bloody expectoration or blood spitting from lungs ; in other
words bloody mucus is raised up ... Cough , worse in winter : Cough in winter
Author: R. L. Gupta
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers
This book provides the techniques of combining biochemic salts and administering them to the patients along with the indicated homoeopathic medicines.
So here I was spending the winter with her and coughing away to glory, so she
caught hold of me and gave me 2 tablespoons each of honey and brandy, along
with a glass full of warm milk, at 8 o'clock in the evening. My cough and cold ...
Author: Dueep J. Singh
Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books
Category: Health & Fitness
Natural Protection Through Diet In Winter - Tips And Techniques To Keep Healthy During The Cold Season Table of Contents Introduction Herbs and Spices to Heat You up Hypothermia Alcohol As a Warmer? Immediate Heating up Remedies Traditional Homemade Chicken Stock for Soup Instant Soup Ginger Tea Precautions Honey for Your Throat Asthma Cold Bronchitis Radish cure Herbal tea for colds Cough with Phlegm Hoarseness in Your Throat? Winter Headaches Do Nots And Clothing Tips… Hot or Cold Water Bath? Dry and Flaky Skin Protection Antiseptic pack Traditional Winter Hot Oil Chillies Infused Oil Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction Here comes the winter season and there is not any reason, you should suffer through it, thanks to the terrible cold outside. A number of us who suffered through the winter because we know that it is going to bring about dry skin, headaches, cough, cold, and other winter related ailments can now consider this part of the year to be another enjoyable part of life and living the natural way. This is because proper diet, proper care of health and other tips and techniques are very useful, to protect oneself from the winter. This naturally includes the best diet to keep you strong and healthy during the winter, the best ways in which you can prevent yourself from getting infected due to viruses and bacteria and also how you can keep yourself looking good and attractive even through the coldest, driest, most gloomy days of the year.
203 “In winter, after about the age of ten”: “Such, Such Were the Joys,” Collected
Essays, Vol. 4, p. 396. 203 “Eric has a bit of a cough”: Crick, p. 106. 205 “chesty,”
“a cough every winter.”: Crick, p. 262. 205 “a dessert-spoonful of dark-colored ...
Author: John J. Ross, MD
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The doctor suddenly appeared beside Will, startling him. He was sleek and prosperous, with a dainty goatee. Though he smiled reassuringly, the poet noticed that he kept a safe distance. In a soothing, urbane voice, the physician explained the treatment: stewed prunes to evacuate the bowels; succulent meats to ease digestion; cinnabar and the sweating tub to cleanse the disease from the skin. The doctor warned of minor side effects: uncontrolled drooling, fetid breath, bloody gums, shakes and palsies. Yet desperate diseases called for desperate remedies, of course. Were Shakespeare's shaky handwriting, his obsession with venereal disease, and his premature retirement connected? Did John Milton go blind from his propaganda work for the Puritan dictator Oliver Cromwell, as he believed, or did he have a rare and devastating complication of a very common eye problem? Did Jonathan Swift's preoccupation with sex and filth result from a neurological condition that might also explain his late-life surge in creativity? What Victorian plague wiped out the entire Brontë family? What was the cause of Nathaniel Hawthorne's sudden demise? Were Herman Melville's disabling attacks of eye and back pain the product of "nervous affections," as his family and physicians believed, or did he actually have a malady that was unknown to medical science until well after his death? Was Jack London a suicide, or was his death the product of a series of self-induced medical misadventures? Why did W. B. Yeats's doctors dose him with toxic amounts of arsenic? Did James Joyce need several horrific eye operations because of a strange autoimmune disease acquired from a Dublin streetwalker? Did writing Nineteen Eighty-Four actually kill George Orwell? The Bard meets House, M.D. in this fascinating untold story of the impact of disease on the lives and works of some the finest writers in the English language. In Shakespeare's Tremor and Orwell's Cough, John Ross cheerfully debunks old biographical myths and suggests fresh diagnoses for these writers' real-life medical mysteries. The author takes us way back, when leeches were used for bleeding and cupping was a common method of cure, to a time before vaccinations, sterilized scalpels, or real drug regimens. With a healthy dose of gross descriptions and a deep love for the literary output of these ten greats, Ross is the doctor these writers should have had in their time of need.
Author: United States. Public Health ServicePublish On: 1980
History of Cigarette Smoking Population Winter Morning Cough Q . 1 ( a ) + Cough Day or Night in Winter Q . 1 ( b ) + Cough 3 Months in Winter Q . 1 ( c ) + Winter Morning Phlegm 0 . 2 ( a ) + Phlegm Day or Night in Winter Q . 2 ( b ) + M .
And in my “ judgment this was the case in the symp“ tomatic pleurify that
accompanied the “ fever which prevailed here at the time o the cough began ,
namely in winter “ 1675 ; and therefore I must observe , “ that whoever , in the
cure of fevers ...
As hooping - cough is much more severe in winter than in summer , it is obvious
that the inhalation of cold air , and chilling of the surface of the body , ought to be
avoided , as being very injurious to persons affected with this complaint .
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)Publish On: 1972
Casselberry ( W. E. ) Cough Westbrook ( B. F. ) On cough as a symptom of dis of
remote origin Chicago M. J. & Exam , 1883 , xlvi , 570Am . J. Neurol . ... Suriol ( A.
) Mephitis putorius eu la tos bene in winter - cough . Brit . M. J. , Lond . 1886 , ii ...
Bacterial pneumonias also cause coughing and have their highest incidence in winter months. Recurrent viral bronchitis is most prevalent in preschool and
young school-age children and is the most common cause of a persistent cough
Author: Robert H. Seller
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Differential Diagnosis of Common Complaints, 6th Edition, by Drs. Robert H. Seller and Andrew B. Symons, helps you quickly and efficiently diagnose the 36 most common symptoms reported by patients. Organized alphabetically by presenting symptom, each chapter mirrors the problem-solving process most physicians use to make a diagnosis. It’s a practical, clinically oriented approach that can help you master the differential diagnosis of common symptoms and diagnose almost all the problems typically seen in your practice. Find the guidance you need quickly through an alphabetical organization by presenting symptom and a concise, consistent, user-friendly approach that mirrors the diagnostic decision-making process. Recognize skin problems more easily with full-color images in the dermatology chapter. Effectively diagnose your patients using an increased focus on evidence-based decision making, thoroughly updated material, and the latest results from clinical and diagnostic studies. Determine which imaging modalities and laboratory tests offer the greatest efficiencies and accuracy for a given set of symptoms. Get a fresh perspective from new co-author, Dr. Andrew B. Symons, who brings a strong background in education as Vice Chair of Medical Student Education at SUNY Buffalo. Search the entire text online and find links to self-assessment questions, case studies, and relevant content from other Student Consult titles at www.studentconsult.com.
Constant irritation in the nose to blow it , but no discharge ; dry , hard cough , > in
open air and mornings ; ? afternoons . ... great prostration , restlessness ,
especially after midnight ; suffocative fits ; dry cough , or with frothy sputa ; < in winter .
Author: Samuel Lilienthal
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers
It Is A Listing Of Conditions(Disorders) And A Remedy Differential. This Is The Book To Be Reffered When Answers Cannot Be Find Elsewhere.
An Essay on the use of a Regulated Temperature in Winter - cough and Con .
umption : including a comparison of the different Methods of producing such a
Temperature in the Chambers of Invalids . By Isaac BUXTON , M . D . Physician
to the ...
In some infants and children cough can be the only symptom . ... If asthma is
brought on specifically by allergens such as pollens , symptoms will be worse
during the spring , summer , or fall pollen seasons ; the symptoms may lessen in winter .
Author: Bruce K. Rubin
During the past decade, major scientific advances have occured in our understanding of asthma and associated diseases of the airways such as rhinitis and sinusitis. These developments have been accompanied by new, potent and safe medications and better drug delivery systems. As a result, most children with asthma and similar problems involving the nose, eyes and ears can now have their conditions completely controlled so that they no longer suffer from breathlessness, cough or wheeze. The end result is an improved quality of life for children who no longer need miss school, or recreational activities. Conquering Childhood Asthma will show most asthmatics how to live a healthier and happier life, hardly aware that they have asthma. We hope that parents will enjoy understanding and participating actively with their doctors in the care of their children.