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3. Essay on health

5. Arnold's medical companion for young men: containing the laws of physiology and health, and a history of every disease : its cause, prevention, and cure : also, a special lecture on organic generation : its philosophy, singularities, and derangements : containing many strange and useful facts on the subject of procreation

11. A medical treatise on the causes and curability of consumption, laryngitis, chronic catarrh and diseases of the air-passages: combining the treatment by inhalation of medicated vapors : also, a new and accurate method for the diagnosis of consumption, or how to detect its signs and symptoms in its various stages : also, including many chronic and nervous diseases, humors, fits, &c., with an appendix on tobacco, showing its injurious effects on both body and mind, phrenology and mesmerism

18. The home-book of health and medicine, or, The laws and means of physical culture adapted to practical use: embracing laws of digestion, breathing, ventilation, uses of the lungs, circulation and renovation, laws and diseases of the skin, bathing, how to prevent consumption, clothing and temperature, food and cooking, poisons, exercise and rest, the right use of physicians, &c. &c. &c

24. The woman's medical companion and nursery-adviser: containing rules for preserving the health of unmarried females, directions to pregnant and lying-in women, and an account of their diseases : together with instructions for the rearing of children from the hour of their birth, and an account of the diseases of infancy

30. The ladies' guide to beauty: containing practical advice on improving the complexion, the hair, the hands, the form, the teeth, the eyes, the feet, the features, so as to insure the highest degree of perfection of which they are susceptible : and also, upwards of one hundred recipes for various cosmetics, oil, pomades, etc., etc., being the result of a combination of practical and scientific skill

32. Guide to health and long life, or, What to eat, drink, and avoid: what exercise to take, how to control and regulate the passions and appetites, and on the general conduct of life, whereby health may be secured, and a happy and comfortable old age attained ... : to which is added, a popular exposition of Liebig's theory of life, health, and disease

33. Healthy children--how to get them, or, Useful information for all, telling you how to live in health, what to do in disease: with an essay on temperamental adaptation, or what kind of persons should marry, at what time should they marry, and its relations to future generations through the offspring : with general remarks on hygiene and the laws of life and health, together with personal remarks to women in relation to themselves

34. Health: its friends and its foes

36. The theory and practice of hygiene

46. Duty of teachers

53. Address on hygiene

64. Seven studies for young men

66. The Ralston Health Club

67. Long life, and how to reach it

72. The man wonderful in the house beautiful: an allegory teaching the principles of physiology and hygiene, and the effects of stimulants and narcotics : for home reading, also adapted as a reader for high schools and as a text-book for grammar, intermediate, and district schools

78. Address in otology

79. The hygiene of old age

87. Dr. Foote's hand-book of health-hints and ready recipes: comprising information of the utmost importance to everybody, concerning their daily habits of eating, drinking, sleeping, dressing, bathing, working, etc. : together with many useful suggestions on the management of various diseases, recipes for relief of common ailments, including some of the private formulae of Dr. Foote and other physicians of high repute, and directions for preparations of delicacies for invalids as pursued in the best hospitals in this country and Europe

94. A treatise on health culture

95. Physical perfection