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New wives' tales; conversations with parents about today's pediatrics.
Smith, Lendon H., 1921-2001.
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Psychiatric study of myths and fairy tales; their origin, meaning, and usefulness.
Heuscher, Julius E., 1918-
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Stylized man: the poetic use of physiognomy in Chaucer's Canterbury tales. [Madison, Wisc., 1970.
Hanson, Thomas Bradley, 1942-
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Gypsy sorcery and fortune-telling; illustrated by numerous incantations, specimens of medical magic, anecdotes, and tales.
Leland, Charles Godfrey, 1824-1903.
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Folk medicine, a miscellany of old cures and remedies, superstitions and old wives' tales having particular reference to Australia and the British Isles.
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Injuries of the skull and brain, as described in the myths, legends and folk-tales of the various peoples of the world, with some comments on the significance and reliability of this information in evaluating contemporary concepts as to their nature and l
Courville, Cyril B. (Cyril Brian), 1900-
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Medical tales from 'Blackwood'.
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Tales of philosophy.
Martí-Ibáñez, Félix, 1915-
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Tales from the inns of healing of Christian medical service in India, Burma, and Ceylon. Canadian ed.
Christian Medical Association of India.
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