How indeed can this be the case, if we bring on ourselves more diseases than medicine can furnish remedies?

How indeed can this be the case, if we bring on ourselves more diseases than medicine can furnish remedies?

It is true that if the woman happens to perish, the infant is in great danger of perishing with her; but this risk is common to many other species of animals, whose young take a long time before they are able to provide for themselves

But man has other enemies more formidable, against which he is not provided with such means of defence: these are the natural infirmities of infancy, old age, and illness of every kind, melancholy Wisconsin motorcycle title loans proofs of our weakness, of which the two first are common to all animals, and the last belongs chiefly to man in a state of society. Read More