Making the Most of Life--HSPH by O'Shea, M V; Kellogg, John Harvey

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It is the aim in The Health Series of Physiology and Hygiene to present the latest and most accuracte knowledge relating to physiology, and especially to the hygiene of daily life, so pupils can hardly fail to take an interest in the problems of preserving health for the purpose of making the most of life.

Making the Most of Life--HSPH

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It is the aim in The Health Series of Physiology and Hygiene to present in an attractive form for pupils in the elementary school the latest and most accuracte knowledge relating to physiology, and especially to the hygiene of daily life. The constant effort of the authors has been to make scientific knowledge so simple, so concrete, and so captivating that pupils can hardly fail to take an interest in the problems of preserving health for the purpose of making the most of life.

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Author O'Shea, M V; Kellogg, John Harvey
Publisher MacMillan Company
Pages 298
Edition 5th printing, August, 1916
Binding Hard Back
Condition B-
Dustjacket N/A
Table of Contents

I. Taking the Measure of a Man
II. The Vital Machinery
III. The Value of a Life
IV. The Benefits of Exercise
V. Training the Muscles for Health and Symmetry
VI. Food and Efficiency
VII. How the Body is Governed
VIII. The Mental Faculties
IX. Deceiving the Nerves and the Mind
X. Handicaps in the Race of Life
XI. The Body-Filters for Destroying Poisons
XII. How the Body Renews Itself
XIII. Germ Plagues
XIV. Living Long and Well
XV. Safety First
Glossary
Index

Copyright 1915
Year Printed 1916

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