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Coale, William-Edward, Hints on Health; with Familiar Instructions for the Treatment and Preservation of the Skin, Hair, Teeth, Eyes, Etc., Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1857.
The object of general exercise is to genially stimulate the circulation, & by that means rouse the various organs, otherwise liable to sluggishness & inaction, to a wholesome activity in the performance of their functions.
Walking, riding, boxing, fencing, swimming.
Exercise should not be taken on an empty stomach, therefore not before breakfast or immediately after.
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