Lotions, potions, pills, and magic : health care in early America
In the years following the American Revolution, as poverty increased and America's water and air became more polluted, people grew sicker. Traditional medicine became increasingly ineffective. Instead, Americans sought out both older and newer forms of alternative medicine and people who embraced th...
|Main Author:||Breslaw, Elaine G., 1932-|
New York :
New York University Press,
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R 152 .B725 2012