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How to Live: Rules for Healthful Living Based on Modern Science

By Irving Fisher, Eugene Lyman Fisk
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  • PREVENT LIFE-WASTE— UPBUILD NATIONAL VITALITY
    • LIFE EXTENSION INSTITUTE, Inc. 25 WEST 45th STREET :: NEW YORK CITY
  • HOW TO LIVE
  • HOW TO LIVE RULES FOR HEALTHFUL LIVING BASED ON MODERN SCIENCE
    • FOREWORD
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER I AIR
        • CHAPTER II FOOD
        • CHAPTER III POISONS
        • CHAPTER IV ACTIVITY
        • CHAPTER V HYGIENE IN GENERAL
        • SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS
      • CHAPTER II FOOD
      • CHAPTER III POISONS
      • CHAPTER IV ACTIVITY
      • CHAPTER V HYGIENE IN GENERAL
      • SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS
    • CHAPTER I AIR
      • CHAPTER II FOOD
      • CHAPTER III POISONS
      • CHAPTER IV ACTIVITY
      • CHAPTER V HYGIENE IN GENERAL
      • SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS
    • CHAPTER II FOOD
    • CHAPTER III POISONS
    • CHAPTER IV ACTIVITY
    • CHAPTER V HYGIENE IN GENERAL
    • SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS
    • HYGIENE REFERENCE BOARD OF THE LIFE EXTENSION INSTITUTE, Inc.
      • Statistics
        • Public Health Administration
        • Medicine and Surgery
        • Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Physiology, Biology
        • Eugenics
        • Organized Philanthropy
        • Educational
        • Industrial Hygiene
        • Mouth Hygiene
        • Physical Training
        • Foreign Advisory Board
      • Public Health Administration
      • Medicine and Surgery
      • Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Physiology, Biology
      • Eugenics
      • Organized Philanthropy
      • Educational
      • Industrial Hygiene
      • Mouth Hygiene
      • Physical Training
      • Foreign Advisory Board
    • Statistics
      • Public Health Administration
      • Medicine and Surgery
      • Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Physiology, Biology
      • Eugenics
      • Organized Philanthropy
      • Educational
      • Industrial Hygiene
      • Mouth Hygiene
      • Physical Training
      • Foreign Advisory Board
    • Public Health Administration
    • Medicine and Surgery
    • Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Physiology, Biology
    • Eugenics
    • Organized Philanthropy
    • Educational
    • Industrial Hygiene
    • Mouth Hygiene
    • Physical Training
    • Foreign Advisory Board
    • PORTRAITS OF MEMBERS OF THE HYGIENE REFERENCE BOARD
    • HOW TO LIVE INTRODUCTION
    • CHAPTER I AIR
      • Section I—Housing
      • Section II—Clothing
      • Section III—Outdoor Living
      • Section IV—Outdoor Sleeping
      • Section V—Deep Breathing
    • Section I—Housing
    • Section II—Clothing
    • Section III—Outdoor Living
    • Section IV—Outdoor Sleeping
    • Section V—Deep Breathing
    • CHAPTER II FOOD
      • Section I—Quantity of Food
      • Section II—Protein Foods
      • Section III—Hard, Bulky, and Uncooked Foods
      • Section IV—Thorough Mastication
    • Section I—Quantity of Food
    • Section II—Protein Foods
    • Section III—Hard, Bulky, and Uncooked Foods
    • Section IV—Thorough Mastication
    • CHAPTER III POISONS
      • Section I—Constipation
      • Section II—Posture
      • Section III—Poisons from Without
      • Section IV—Teeth and Gums
    • Section I—Constipation
    • Section II—Posture
    • Section III—Poisons from Without
    • Section IV—Teeth and Gums
    • CHAPTER IV ACTIVITY
      • Section I—Work, Play, Rest and Sleep
      • Section II—Serenity and Poise
    • Section I—Work, Play, Rest and Sleep
    • Section II—Serenity and Poise
    • CHAPTER V HYGIENE IN GENERAL
      • Section I—The Fifteen Rules of Hygiene
      • Section II—The Unity of Hygiene
      • Section III—The Obstacles to Hygiene
      • Section IV—The Possibilities of Hygiene
      • Section V—Hygiene and Civilization
      • Section VI—The Fields of Hygiene
    • Section I—The Fifteen Rules of Hygiene
    • Section II—The Unity of Hygiene
    • Section III—The Obstacles to Hygiene
    • Section IV—The Possibilities of Hygiene
    • Section V—Hygiene and Civilization
    • Section VI—The Fields of Hygiene
    • SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS
    • SECTION I NOTES ON FOOD
      • REFERENCES
    • REFERENCES
    • SECTION II NOTES ON OVERWEIGHT AND UNDERWEIGHT
    • SECTION III NOTES ON POSTURE
    • SECTION IV NOTES ON ALCOHOL
      • Laboratory and Clinical Evidence Relating to the Physiological Effects of Alcohol
        • REFERENCES
      • REFERENCES
      • Additional Notes on Alcohol
        • Additional References
      • Additional References
    • Laboratory and Clinical Evidence Relating to the Physiological Effects of Alcohol
      • REFERENCES
    • REFERENCES
    • Additional Notes on Alcohol
      • Additional References
    • Additional References
    • SECTION V NOTES ON TOBACCO
      • SUMMARY
        • REFERENCES
      • REFERENCES
    • SUMMARY
      • REFERENCES
    • REFERENCES
    • SECTION VI AVOIDING COLDS
    • SECTION VII SIGNS OF INCREASE OF THE DEGENERATIVE DISEASES
    • SECTION VIII COMPARISON OF DEGENERATIVE TENDENCIES AMONG NATIONS
    • SECTION IX EUGENICS
      • REFERENCES
    • REFERENCES
    • INDEX
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