By Peter McDonald
The Oxford e-book of clinical Quotations offers a superbly wonderful and eclectic variety of quotations overlaying all features of drugs during the a long time. It profound statements from recognized scientists with witty one-liners from the likes of Woody Allen and Spike Milligan. filled with hundreds of thousands of quotations, it's a ebook that anybody within the clinical career, or with an curiosity in future health, will locate a useful resource of reference hand substantial leisure.
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Rhetoricorum LV In a disordered mind, as in a disordered body, soundness of health is impossible. Tusculanarum Disputationum Bk III Diseases of the soul are more dangerous and more numerous than those of the body. Tusculanarum Disputationum Bk III, Ch. Physicians, when the cause of disease is discovered, consider that the cure is discovered. Tusculanarum Disputationum Bk III, Ch. Alonzo Clark – US physician and Professor of Medicine, New York Every man’s disease is his personal property.
It should never be done with a pin, and still less with the fingers, but always with an ear-picker. When a middle-aged man says in a moment of weariness that he is half dead, he is telling the truth. On not being Dead, as Reported The Rules of Christian Manners and Civility I · Campbell Greig De Morgan – Charles Dickens – Professor of Anatomy, Middlesex Hospital, London British novelist Today the glands may be free; tomorrow they may be affected.
Tufts folia Medica : () Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin : () Thomas Carlyle ‒ Scottish historian and philosopher Self-contemplation is infallibly the symptom of disease. Characteristics Quackery gives birth to nothing; gives death to all things. Heroes and Hero-Worship Lect. A man is not strong who takes convulsion-fits; though six men cannot hold him then. Lecture in London, May, () A stammering man is never a worthless one. Physiology can tell you why. It is an excess of sensibility to the presence of his fellow creature, that makes him stammer.