History of medicine hides many interesting things.
In 1880 appeared a cold remedy called “smoke ball”. Tube inserted into the nose, the patient pressed the rubber bulb and his lungs filled with the fumes of carbolic acid.
In 1918, a world ravaged one of the deadliest epidemics, which killed 20-50 million people. Patients were accommodated in such field hospitals.
In 1919 became widely used here are the anti-influenza masks.
In 1920, public transport began to spray a special anti-influenza composition.
In 1929, wearing a mask became even its style.
In 1932, cloth masks are sometimes replaced by rolled up in a tube of toilet paper.
1933. Gargling breaks between school classes.
1937. Treatment of the oral cavity can be fun.
1939. The inscription reads: “precautions against the flu. Please don’t kiss me.”
Such care was awarded to Turkey in the winter of 1950.
Finally, the time came for vaccinations.
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