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The Oglala light. [volume] ([Pine Ridge, S.D.]) 190?-19??, February 01, 1910, Image 19

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HAS always seemed to us
that the mind has a great in
fluence over disease. That men
tal process controlls our physical
body and in numerous cases will
really catLse actual disease, and
we are glad to find this impress
Ion verified as follows
The different organs of our
bodies are especially susceptible
to certain kinds of mental influ
ence. Intense hatred, outbursts
of hot temper, violent fits of
finger, and some other forms of
worry has a very irritating influ
ence upon the kidneys and also
materially aggravate a certain
form of kidney diseare.
Excessive selfishness and envy
seriously affect the liver, while
liver and spleen are strongly
influenced by jealousy, especially
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Dr. Ralph H. Ross, M. D. Editor. Francis Chapman, Supt. of Printing.
Address all commnnications directly to THE OGLALA LIGHT, U. S. Indian
-Training School, Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Entered in the Post Office at
Pine Ridge, Sonth Dakota, and registered as mail matter of the second-class.
This entire magazine is executed by student apprentices under the direction
of the Instructor of Printing. The price is fifty cents a year in advance.
MENTAL INFLUENCES UPON THE BOBY.
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chronic jealousy.
It is well known that a violent
longcontinued jealousy affects
the heart's action most injurious
ly, as do all sorts of mental dis
cord, such as worry, anxiety fear,
anger, especially where they be
come chronic. Multitudes of
people have died from heart
trouble induced by the explosive
passions.
Jaundice often follows great
mental shocks and violent out
bursts of temper. People are
frequently made bilious by long
continued despondency, fear and
worry.
Sir. B. W. Richardson says
that irritations on the skin will
follow excessive mental strain.
"It is remarkable," this great
physician says, "how little the

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