Despite Outpatient Data on Patterns of Drinking Alcohol , Budd ’ s 1855 Monograph on the Stomach Failed to Recognize the Potentiality of Prevention

@inproceedings{2016DespiteOD,
  title={Despite Outpatient Data on Patterns of Drinking Alcohol , Budd ’ s 1855 Monograph on the Stomach Failed to Recognize the Potentiality of Prevention},
  author={},
  year={2016}
}
  • Published 2016
Temperate people were naturally contrasted with the intemperate. Thus, there was “intemperance as to strong liquours [13]” as well as “given to the intemperate use of malt and spirituous liquours [14].” There was also the generalized description concerning “an intemperate man [15].” Intemperance was described in a woman who “had been for many years a notorious dram-drinker [16].” Scarpa [17] noted two patients; one of them was “addicted to intemperance” and the other “addicted to fermented… CONTINUE READING