ALTHOUGH as brash as any other ace newspaper reporter for a high school weekly—and there is no one brasher—Garth was scared. His head crest lifted spasmodically and the rudimentary webbing between his fingers twitched. To answer a dare, Garth was about to attempt something that had never been dared before: a newspaper interview with
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Unilateral versus bilateral thyroarytenoid Botulinum toxin injections in adductor spasmodic dysphonia: a prospective study
Catching cold"--Sitting on the floor--Kicking the bedclothes off--Inadequate head covering--Subjecting baby
to different temperatures suddenly--Wearing rubbers--Direct infection--Acute nasal catarrh--Acute
coryza--Acute rhinitis--"Cold in the head"--"Snuffles"--Treatment of acute nasal catarrh, or rhinitis, or coryza,
or "cold in the head," or "snuffles"--Chronic nasal catarrh--Chronic rhinitis--Chronic discharge from the
nose--Nervous or persistent cough--Adenoids as a cause of persistent cough--Croup--Acute catarrhal
laryngitis--Spasmodic croup--False croup--Tonsilitis--Angina--Sore throa...
The present volume has been published with two main objects. The writer has attempted to exhibit, in outline,
the leading features of the international history of the two countries which, in 1707, became the United
Kingdom. Relations with England form a large part, and the heroic part, of Scottish history, relations with
Scotland a very much smaller part of English history.