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The Human Body

Nature volume 128, page 173 (01 August 1931) | Download Citation



IT is refreshing to meet a book like this, which is at one and the same time enlightening and entertaining. It contains a fund of common sense, and the passages on dyspepsia and constipation ought not to be missed by present-day food faddists. It represents a pleasant means of obtaining much information about the inner workings of the body.

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