Excerpt from Obesity, or Excessive Corpulence: The Various Causes and the Rational Means of Cure
Now, health being dependent upon the due and regular performance of the vital functions by the several physiological organs of the body, any excessive development of these organs, or undue manifestation of force on their part, must, of necessity, be contrary to the general health of the body, and be productive of dis ease and pain.
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