Image from page 27 of “How to keep well : a text-book of health for use in the lower grades of schools with special reference to the effects of alcholic drinks, tobacco and other narcotics on the bodily life” (1901)
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Title: How to keep well : a text-book of health for use in the lower grades of schools with special reference to the effects of alcholic drinks, tobacco and other narcotics on the bodily life
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Blaisdell, Albert F. (Albert Franklin), 1847-1927
Subjects: Physiology Hygiene
Publisher: Boston : Ginn & Company
Contributing Library: Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
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ghly magnified; the Canalsare left white. Put your hand on the tightly locked together at the seams by something like the dovetailing used by a carpenter. head of a babe, just above the forehead, and you will find a soft space, called a little fountain. Why is this ? Simply because, in very young children, these bones,which grow on their edges, do not yet meet, and thethrobbing of the brain is easily seen and felt throughthe thin scalp. Now, as the bones of a childs headare thus dovetailed into each other, they yield a little,and do not break, even if he tumbles and bumps hishead every day. 16 HOW TO KEEP WELL All the bones of the head, except the lower jaw, —the only movable bone of the head, — are firmlylocked together by these dovetailed stitches, or suturesas they are called. The dome shape of the skull makesit stronger. We are now able to understand better how the headoftentimes can bear severe blows without serious results. Let us see what this box of bone, the cupola of our
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Fig. 6. —The SkulL bodily house, holds : the eyes, with which we see ; theears, with which we hear ; the mouth, into which weput our food ; the nose, with which we smell; and alsothe brain. Indeed, it is a very precious box, we think. 12. The Trunk. — The trunk is the central part ofthe body. Let us describe its bones, as those of thebackbone, the ribs, and the hips. The backbone, or spine, the main pillar of the building, THE BONY FRAMEWORK 17 fl^VICM. VRVIOLE roBT| Pws. 7. —Skeleton of Man. SCAPULA DORSA-VERTEBR/^
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