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Every Man his own Electric Physician: T. Gale and the History of Do-It-Yourself Neurology.
We review the promotion of electrical treatments by laypeople for neurological and other conditions in a largely rural period of United States history.
Reflections for February: What's Wrong With Everybody?
> My wife and I at the breakfast table > > Sunday paper between us, > > describing a disaster somewhere, > > she concludes with, “The people ate can six fizzle.” > “What?” I ask, looking up fromExpand
A Short History of Wisconsin
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The Early Use of Blinding in Therapeutic Clinical Research of Neurological Disorders.
We sought to identify early uses of blinding in therapeutic clinical trials of neurological disorders by multiple search methods. A 1784 report by Benjamin Franklin and others described theExpand
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