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|APPENDIX. No. I. The reader is requested to answer the following questions : — |
Is it right to maintain and educate, as in our Hospitals, the children of the better-
conditioned classes, and refuse the same and far more needed kindness, ...
|The same can be expressed with even more point and simplicity in the proverb |
that prevention is better than cure. Commenting on this, I said that it amounted to
treating all people who are well as if they were ill. This the writer admitted to be ...
Jill Trickett - 2001 - 168 pages
|This 'prevention is better than cure' approach to food hygiene is a shift from the |
traditional practice of making investigations after a complaint or problem has
occurred and trying to ensure it does not happen again to the practice of
|Instead of an injunction, a plaintiff may be required to accept a monetary remedy |
called "damages in lieu" of an injunction, but only if the damage likely to ... The
idea underlying the remedy of an injunction is that "prevention is better than cure"
Halley S. Faust, Paul T. Menzel - 2011 - 397 pages
|In this volume the prevention-treatment relationship is examined factually by economists and scholars of health policy and evidence-based medicine, and morally, conceptually, and historically by philosophers, lawyers, theologians, and ...|