JenniferReiling, Assistant Editor
[It is the aim of this department to aid the general practitioner by giving practical prescriptions and, in brief, methods of treatment for the diseases seen especially in every-day practice. Proper inquiries concerning general formulae and outlines of treatment will be answered in these columns.]
MEMPHIS, TENN., Feb. 27, 1901.
To the Editor.—Will you give a short statement of the causes, symptoms and best mode of treatment of seasickness? In causes, I mean the pathology, if any is known. And kindly refer me to some text-book where I can find something about seasickness.—SUBSCRIBER.
Therapeutics.. JAMA. 2001;285(10):1264. doi:10.1001/jama.285.10.1264-JJY10004-2-1