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RHEUMATISM AND SEA AIR Rheumatism / Is it advisable for rheumatic subjects to go to the seaside? Gravel It ill perhaps be argued Arterio-Selerosis, that those who were born at the seaside, or who have Neuralgia, lived there the greater part of their life, are specially Migraine, favoured on account of having become accustomed Sciatica. to tile atmosphere, while ” . tourists who only come for I a few days, and are there- fore strange to it, cannot claim the same privileges. – That may be the case, but it still remains to know whether sea air itself is apt to aggravate rheumatic pains. 1 * Piecautions must, of course, be taken, and the best way of preventing attacks of rheumatism at the seaside or anywhere else is to neutralise the I drawbacks caused by humid- / ity and the risks of over- eating or other imprudences. The only thing to do is, ‘ / therefore, to combat the over-production of uric acid ‘ by dissolving and eliminat- ing it as fast as it is formed. ” I lthouht you were forbidden to bathe on account Nothing can be easier than of ,your Rheumatism ? ” ‘” Oh, butl now0 I take to do this with the help of UR’ODONAL Ino longer sufte fromn Rheumatism.” URODONAL, which ” dis- solves uric acid as easily as hot water dissolves sugar.” This auxiliary and harm- less precaution is moreover necessary not only at the seaside, but should be adopted almost anywhere at this time of the year, when change of air, exposure, and outdoor life tend to stir up the blood. DR. DAURIAN. Paris Mledical Faculty. URODONAL, prices Is. and i2s. Prepared at Agents in Canada: ROUGIER FRERES, 5;, Rue Chatelain’snI.aboratroresr, ai. Can be obtained from ‘Notre Dae Est, Montreal, Cranada. achebmistsanddra g tresrd rdtpostfeet fsi/on Agen ai a tS.: GEO. IALLAU 2, 4, 6, Clif from the British and Colonial Agents, HPPPEI.LS, Street, Nt York, U.S.A. Pharmacists and Forei Chmir s, 14, iccadily, Agent lorAtralia and NM Zealand : BASIL KING, London, i, from mhim also san be head, post aos B.P ilds.O. 5 alcm Lane Sidney free tir full et rpanatorv booklets, ” Scientific (n G.P.O. 2259). Rremedes,” and “Treaatise on Diet.” Sub A gents fTr India Burma and Ciy oyn &. A#to1ERTON and CO., 8, Clint Stree! Crliictta