Norman Gall

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History For millennia, physicians used wine for its medicinal qualities. 2 Receipts for wine based medicines dating back 4000 years have been discovered in Egypt and Sumeria. The Greeks used wine extensively. Hippocrates, one of their most respected physicians, in the fifth century BC, used wine for many ailments, diarrhoea, diYcult childbirth, and lethargy(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIM Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (PoTS) has been frequently associated with sleep disturbances but objective sleep data are lacking. In addition, although regional autonomic denervation has been described, less is known about autonomic nervous activity overnight in these patients. PATIENTS/METHODS A full polysomnography and(More)
In the same way that Millican and Clark ask whether a pair of volumes of a conference conducted 5 years earlier could be justified (I, p. 1; references to pages are prefaced by the volume number), we could ask the same of a review twice as many years after that. But, in the same way that the arguments and insights of the conference justified the publication(More)
Crary, Jonathan (1990), Techniques of the Observer: On Vision and Modernity in the Nineteenth Century, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Damasio, Antonio R. (1994), Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain, New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. Dennett, Daniel C. (1991), Consciousness Explained, Boston: Little, Brown. Devlin, Keith (1991), Logic and(More)
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