Excerpt from The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, 1912, Vol. 106: With Which Is Incorporated the "Chemical Gazette"; A Journal of Practical Chemistry in All Its Applications to Pharmacy, Arts, and Manufactures
OF the many natural blessings we possess good health... is easily first in importance, if for no other reason than that it enables us to enjoy life - to make the most of life - and to do our duty by ourselves, our families, and the State. Good health means something more than freedom from disease and pain; it implies strength and activity, physical and mental, to do our work in the world, and to it at our best. It is, indeed, something to be prized and well guarded, for it is easier to maintain than to get back again once having lost it.
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