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Dr. Smith has written a number of books on the heart, and in this book he has discussed the heart for the laity. In 10 chapters he describes the normal heart and its troubles. He states: "Although the conquest of heart trouble has been made by Modern Medicine, the conquest of troubled hearts rests largely with the individual."
He emphasizes the importance of the mind in considering heart trouble, and in his first chapter he points out the fact that many heart conditions that give the patient apprehension are primarily emotional. "It cannot be stated too emphatically at the outset
That Heart of Yours.. Ann Intern Med. 1934;8:236–237. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-2-236
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