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This volume, which is available both in American and English editions, will be found highly useful for the patient whom the physician wishes to instruct in proper personal hygiene and habits in a life which, by the nature of the ailment, must be special and limited. The style is direct and the use of anecdote and example carries home the points. Dr. Smith has sensed excellently the extent to which the average intelligent man may be acquainted with anatomic and medical facts. His book is certainly one of the most practical that have yet become available for the use of the patient with cardiac disease.
How Is Your Heart? Intimate Talks on the Prevention of Heart Disease and on the Care of an Already Damaged Heart. JAMA. 1925;84(4):308. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660300066039
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