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" The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold by increasing his temperature ; nor from heat by cooling him ; nor from weakness and exhaustion by nourishing his tissues ; nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve... "
The Poison Problem; Or, The Cause and Cure of Intemperance - Page 85
by Felix Leopold Oswald - 1887 - 138 pages
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Medical Examiner, Volume 16

1875
...afflicted in body or mind. With the facts now before us, the explanation of all this is apparent. The alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...his tissues; nor yet from affliction by increasing nerve power ; but simply by diminishing the sensibility of his nerve structure, and thereby lessening...
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The Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, Volume 13

Alcoholism - 1891
...alcohol on the constituents of the blood and tissues, all this is easily explained. The alcoholic drink does not relieve the individual from cold by increasing...his tissues, nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve force, but simply by diminishing the sensibility of the brain and nerves, and thereby lessening...
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Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 10, Issue 11

Medicine - 1890
...and brain, thereby rendering the individual less conscious of all outward and external impressions. Alcohol does not relieve the individual from cold...temperature, nor from heat by cooling him, nor from weaknesaand exhaustion by nourishing his tissues, nor yet from affliction by increasing his nerve power,...
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