THE BODY HAS IN IT THE MEANS OF CURE. In olden times the priests were the physicians and the simple laws of health which they laid down soon became smothered in superstition. Diseases were said to be punishments sent by God and the only treatments were either peace offerings or thank offerings, both in the early days being paid in the first type of currency-food-and later on in money as well as in food.
THE BODY HAS IN IT THE MEANS OF CURE. The great industrial revolution brought about an emigration from the country to the towns in order to supply the demands of the factories for labour. The Government and employers of that period failed to foresee what would happen as a result of this migration. People were crowded into hovels not fit for cattle, in fact the cubic space set aside for a valuable horse far exceeded that per head of the poor.