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February 8, 1890


JAMA. 1890;XIV(6):212-214. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410060032012

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England as a Health Resort—Pasteur on Influenza—Specimen of a Cardiolith—Agaricin—Surgeon LeQuesne—George Moore, M.D.

Invalids who frequent foreign health resorts, and in winter flock in great numbers to Southern France or Northern Italy, do not seem to be aware that resources are presented in this respect by England. At the present time many people are singing the praises of Cornwall as a winter resort for delicate persons, and a considerable amount of useful and interesting information is to be found in a pamphlet which has recently been issued. Many long years ago the wellknown writer, Dr. Paris, called attention to a good many things that appear to be more or less forgotten now, and crop up again as novelties until critics have shown that they were already known. It is sixty years ago that Dr. Paris wrote to the effect that " the very coldest parts of England

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