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Cursory remarks on corpulence

by William Wadd

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Published by Printed for J. Callow in London .
Written in English


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Statementby a member of the Royal College of Surgeons
ContributionsMember of the Royal College of Surgeons
The Physical Object
Pagination44 p. ;
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24647302M

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PDF | On Jan 1, , Otto Appenzeller and others published Normal Skin-fold Thickness in the Aged | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Otto Appenzeller.   CORPULENCE, or OBESITY, is a condition of the body characterized by the over-accumulation of fat under the skin and around certain of the internal organs. In all healthy persons a greater or less amount of fat is present in these parts, and serves important physiological ends, besides contributing to the proper configuration of the : Dr Ian Mccormick.

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Cursory remarks on corpulence, or, Obesity considered as a disease: with a critical examination of ancient and modern opinions, relative to its causes and cure Author. Wadd, William; Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine; Date. Topic. Obesity; Genre. Electronic books. Wadd, Cursory Remarks on Corpulence, Return to Text The colorized etching advertises Wybrants as on display in Piccadilly, London in October of ; the text dubbing him "Mr.

Lambert in Miniature" is particularly apt, as Daniel Lambert had put himself on show earlier that year in the same neighborhood. Letter On Corpulence, Addressed To The Public, By William Banting.

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In singling out sugar and fats as the main cause of obesity, he was remarkably ahead of his time. The tract was an immediate success: thousands took up his diet; there were four editions of his book by ; and 'to bant' or 'banting' became a popular phrase for slimming, which.

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Everyday low prices and 4/5(1). Cursory remarks on the inefficiency of the ecclesiastical establishment of India. Page 88 - The Ninth Book relates to women, to families, and to the law of castes. It states that women must be kept in a state of dependence.

" Their fathers protect them in childhood ; their husbands protect them in youth ; their sons protect them in age. Cursory remarks on the evil tendency of unrestrained cruelty, particularly on that practised in Smithfield market [by E. Heyrick]. Addressed to the English, who for centuries had been reputed to be fatter than the Spanish and French, William Wadd's Cursory Remarks on Corpulence () for the most part treated excessive embonpoint as a health problem that ought to be corrected.

If Wadd refrained from moralizing about overweight, his relative neutrality wavered when it came Cited by: See Edward T. Renbourn, “The Natural History of Insensible Perspiration: A Forgotten Doctrine of Health and Disease,” Medical History, 4 (), – and Jerome J.

Bylebyl, “Nutrition, Quantification and Circulation,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, (), –Having undertaken a long course of self-experimentation based on weight-watching in order to inquire Cited by: Wadd is remembered for being one of the first doctors to advocate a sensible approach to diet, in publishing his Cursory Remarks on Corpulence which explored the history and causes of obesity, concluding that it was due to ‘an over-indulgence at the table’ (such as that practiced by his royal patient).

The work went through four. the book: letter on corpulence (22 pages) letter on corpulence, addressed to the public. by william banting. fourth edition. with prefatory remarks by the authour.

copious information from correspondents and confirmatory evidence of the benefit of the dietary system which he recommended to public notice. Wadd is remembered for being one of the first doctors to advocate a sensible approach to diet, in publishing his Cursory Remarks on Corpulence which explored the history and causes of obesity, concluding that it was due to ‘an over-indulgence at the table’ (such as that practiced by his royal patient).

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