Rough Riding Autos Injure Health (Jul, 1932)

Rough Riding Autos Injure Health

SCIENTIFIC support for the popular idea that traveling in a rough riding automobile may injure health was supplied in a recent scientific address. Long or frequently repeated automobile trips are likely to affect the kidneys by causing congestion of these organs with blood, often followed by actual bleeding, which is dangerous.

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  1. skabdude says: March 31, 20104:05 am

    I’ve heard that these health issues show up in tree clearing workers. Especially if you run the stump grinder. I had a friend who was in the business at an early age. He saw the effects on the old-timers and got out of the business as fast as he could.

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