. The American educator; completely remodelled and rewritten from original text of the New practical reference library, with new plans and additional material. y isrequired to nourish the brain, and the otherorgans of the nervous system require a pro-portionately large amount. If the blood isimpure the brain and nerves are not prop-erly nourished. Pure air, plenty of exerciseand nourishing food are essential to pureblood and thus to the health of the nervoussystem. Another important requisite is asufficient amount of sleep and rest. Many drugs used for the alleviation ofpain are beneficial whe

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. The American educator; completely remodelled and rewritten from original text of the New practical reference library, with new plans and additional material. y isrequired to nourish the brain, and the otherorgans of the nervous system require a pro-portionately large amount. If the blood isimpure the brain and nerves are not prop-erly nourished. Pure air, plenty of exerciseand nourishing food are essential to pureblood and thus to the health of the nervoussystem. Another important requisite is asufficient amount of sleep and rest. Many drugs used for the alleviation ofpain are beneficial whe
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. The American educator; completely remodelled and rewritten from original text of the New practical reference library, with new plans and additional material. y isrequired to nourish the brain, and the otherorgans of the nervous system require a pro-portionately large amount. If the blood isimpure the brain and nerves are not prop-erly nourished. Pure air, plenty of exerciseand nourishing food are essential to pureblood and thus to the health of the nervoussystem. Another important requisite is asufficient amount of sleep and rest. Many drugs used for the alleviation ofpain are beneficial when administered underthe direction of a physician, but they aredecidedly injurious when taken indiscrimi-nately, and their continuous use soon pro-duces a habit which it is almost impossibleto break. Among drugs whose use shouldbe avoided, except when prescribed by aphysician for a limited time for the allevi-ation of pain, are chloral, cocaine, opium,morphine and numerous coal tar prepara-tions, such as antifibrin and antipjTin.These drugs act directly upon the nervecenters, dulling their sensitiveness, prevent-ing proper nutrition of the nervous system. 1, Red-Eyed Vireo (1-3). 2, Redstart (1-3). 3, American Goldfinch (1-3). BIRDS NESTS 4, Bluebird (1-3). 5, Humming Bird (1-2). 6, Phoebe (1-4). 7, Meadow Lark (1-5). 8, Bluejay (1-5). 9, BaJtimore Oriole (1-5). NEST 2511 NEST and in everj way impairing its usefulness.The habitual use of alcoholic and maltliquors and tobacco has a similar effect.These substances are especially injurious tothe young, whose nerves and brain are in aformative condition. Perhaps the greatestdanger arising from the use of any diugor narcotic is the tendency to foiin an un-natural appetite for it, which increases withthe habit, until the person becomes over-powered by the craving. For these reasons,as well as many others of which the limits ofthis article will not admit mention, substancesof this sort should be strictly avoided. Related Articles. Cons

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