Signs of the Times

[Richard C. Cabot, M.D., in "A Layman's Handbook of Medicine"]

The visceral psychoneuroses are very common. The medical profession has a considerable part in forming them. We doctors sometimes quite unintentionally direct the patient's attention altogether too much upon one or another of his bodily organs. All hygiene has this danger. To be conscious even of our health is, I think, a diseased state. We ought to be thinking about our job and not about our health or our diseases.

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