Medicine Great Britain History 17th Century Sources : Good tydings to the sick and lame: or, The sick-man's library. : Teaching both high and low, rich and poor, next under God, how to prescribe to, or procure ease for the pained, strength for the weak, health for the sick, and cure for sores. Being a true and candid relation of the vertue and uses of four excellent medicines, viz. Arcanum vegetabilium, Pilulæ vegetantes, Balsamum vitæ, Unguentum refrigerans, whereunto is added, a few of the many testimonies and cures performed by the same ... published for the good of all who labour under pain and misery. / By Rich. Fletcher Nath. Merry Professors of chymical pysick in London.; Fletcher, R.
Medicine History 18th Century : Variety of choice experiments made of two incomparable medicines : elixir febrifugium martis, and salt of lymons. : Shewing their vertues, use and operations : being the peculiar secrets and acquisitions of the author. / Moses Stringer ...; M. S.
Medicine History Popular Works : 30-second medicine : the 50 crucial milestones, treatments and technologies in the history of health, each explained in half a minute / editor, Gabrielle M. Finn ; contributors, Philip Cox, Laura Fitton, Joanna Matthan, Larissa Nelson, Martin Veysey ; illustrations, Steve Rawlings.