CoraRuttinger; 10Dec1910 HospRprt2
all and probably is; doing' more for the general health of this" 1 body than al tho physicians of the town,' unaided could do for them. Miss lUHUngei is not ¡v physician, but ¡i trainee nurse, and cannot write perscriptions When she discovers a serious case she ini mod la leí y calls a physician. The hospital ¡s not largo cnoutjh or sufficiently etiuipped to care for cases of protracted sickness, and patients so afflicted aro taken to their homes ,as s^con ¡ia pousible. Much ot tho work done is prophylactic, and Miss KutUngcr bolieves (Irmly in the ounce of prevention. Her instructions to sludentB are lectures, on how to keep well. 'Her "Golden Motto" ot how-to health .ind avoid 1 . Is, the Decani "Keep ycur foot warm and your luad cool, t\it plain food, well-muslicatéd: well-muslicatéd: of the twenty-four hours give oittht. to \ 01 fc, ^ignt to play or recreation recreation and the lomulaing eight to sleep. Follow thu^o 'directIons consistently consistently and .one sUculd retain perfect perfect health and a happy stale of inind.'' ! '"Tliere are frequent .cases..-of nervous disordoi and with (-lie o.vccp- tion oC one case, that of a track man who had 'overtrained and ¡s home foi a sU\ that piobably will U\o >c.irs of peifcct rest, her treatment treatment has been successful. Tlwse ns- aio students who iiiiVo overtaxed overtaxed their nervous energy with; harn studj The\ me generally people \slio-gl\e.bcanl attention to tholr diet find icsl, but concentrate all their tntrg> on their -«oik Tho bill of fnio to v.lmh lho\ aie acfiiptomet" usually Is f \\oiked o\or, roUxatlon l> in tauglit and deep 1S\cüt,'liiní! onconr- • ' J '"' ' ; * x '<"