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Alcohol, a dangerous and unnecessary medicine

how and why; what medical writers say

by Martha Meir Allen

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Published by Chas. C. Haskell & son in Norwich, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alcohol -- Physiological effect

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    Statementby Mrs. Martha M. Allen.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination429 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13519446M

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Medical use of alcohol a bulwark of the liquor traffic—Alcohol not a Food—Alcohol reduces temperature—Food principle of grains and fruits destroyed by fermentation—Alcohol not a Stimulant—Experiments proving this—Alcohol not a tonic—Professor Atwater on Alcohol as Food.

CHAPTER VII. Alcohol in Pharmacy. In this preface to the second edition of her book, Mrs. Allen says that ten years have brought about a great change in the attitude of physicians as regards the use of alcohol as a drug. This is largely true, as anyone following the literature of the day can observe.

It is probable also that the. Alcohol, therefore, presents a dangerous side wholly wanting in carbohydrates and fats. 1 The latter are simply burned up to carbonic acid and water, or are transformed into glycogen and fat, but alcohol, though more easily oxidizable, is at all times liable to obstruct, in some measure at least, the oxidative processes of the liver, and probably of other tissues also, thereby throwing into the.

The object of the book is to put into the hands of the people a statement of the views regarding the medical properties of alcohol held by those physicians who make little, or no use of this drug.

In most cases their views are given in their own language, so that the book is, of necessity, largely a compilation. Alcohol, a Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine/Chapter 8. From Wikisource Dr. Kellogg, in his Home Hand-Book of Hygiene and Medicine, recommends a salt sponge As previous chapters contain much showing the reasons why alcohol is dangerous in pneumonia, space need not be taken here to do more than indicate briefly some points of non.

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