Ten Rules of Health.
-—♦ A popular physician was recently called ' on by a friend, to whom, in the course of 1 conversation, he said; "There are ten : simple precautions w])ich form an exqeljent rule of life, and if people would but observe them I should have to resort to 1 some other means of making a livelihood." 1 Then he enumerated the following: Don't read in street cars or other jolting yehicjes, Don't pick the teeth with pins of'qth|r hard S ( ub>tanqgß. D,oii't neglect i any opportunity to insure a yarjety' of : food. Don't eat qr 1 drink not^arid cold things.immediatejy in succession, Don't pamper the appetite with auch variety of • food that may lead to excess. Don't read, write, or do any delicate work unless re- '< ceiving the light from the left side. Don't direct special mental or physical energies Li» move. thr f i] cjijjlit hours' work in each day. Don't keep the par/or dark if you value your own and your children's health. Don't delude yourself into the belief th^t joji svrc t\y. exception so far as sleep is concerned ■ the normal average of sleep is eight hours. i
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Ten Rules of Health., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2396, 9 April 1890
Ten Rules of Health. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2396, 9 April 1890
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