Diet and Personality. Fitting Food to Type and Environment.. Ann Intern Med. 1934;7:1152. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-9-1152
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This is a book giving popular medical advice, written by a non-medical author. The advice is not confined to diet alone, but includes many topics, such as a discussion of exercise, rest, fresh air, sunshine, nervous strain, smoking, bathing, posture, hours of sleep, and care of the teeth and bowels. It is written in the chatty, semi-facetious style which has had so great a vogue among books of this character during the past few years. There is nothing that is new or original in this book, or that has not been better done in a number of its predecessors.
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