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The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), Jan.-Feb. 1971, No. 4 Vol. 32. See one entire issue in original format with all miscellaneous items included. Downloads as a PDF of 192 kb.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1967:
Issues in possession: May (No 7, Vol 28); June (No 8, Vol 28); July-Aug (No. 1, Vol 29); Sept-Oct (No 2, Vol 29); December (No. 4, Vol. 29). Downloads as a PDF of 228 kb. The following articles are available to be read from this year's issues:

"Not For Novices," by C.L.T. (in two parts—continued over two issues)

"To The Barracades, Vicariously," by Alex Milne

"45 Years of the E.S.N.T.," by C.L.T.

"The Scaremongers," by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1968:
Issues in possession: Jan.-Feb. (No. 5, Vol. 29); Mar-Apr. (No. 6, Vol. 29); May-June (No.7, Vol. 29); July-Aug. (No. 1, Vol. 30); Sept.-Oct. (No. 2, Vol. 30). Downloads as a PDF of 237 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"Heart Transplants," by Alf, Malcolm & Leslie

"The Prostatic Ape," Looking at Books with Alec Milne. This article reviews a health-related book by John Tobe who also wrote a book about his trip to Hunza available in the Longevity collection of the Soil and Health Library.

"Sick Animals," by C.L.T.

"Minds At Work," A Conference Report by Chiel

"Getting The Message," by C. Leslie Thomson

"Patient-Practitioner Co-Operation," by Keiki R. Sidhwa


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1969:
Issues in possession: Jan.-Feb. (No. 4, Vol. 30); May-June (No. 6, Vol. 30); July-Aug. (No. 1, Vol. 31). Dowonloads as a PDF of 270 kb. The following articles area available to be read from these issues:

"Starches and Proportions," (continued) by C.L.T.

"Flexibility," A Conference Report by Chiel

"Food Supplements: Are They Necessary," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"Shelton's Latest," A Book Review by Alec Milne

"History of the I.S.R.N.: Excerpts From the Official Records," by H. Leslie Harrison

"Vital Capacity," by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1970:
Issues in possession: Jan.-Feb. (No. 4, Vol. 31); Mar.-Apr. (No. 5 Vol. 31); May-June (No. 6, Vol. 31); July-Aug. (No. 1, Vol. 31). Downloads as a PDF of 234 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"1970—Conservation Year," by Alec Milne

"Is This For You?," by H. Leslie Harrison

"Exploiting Fear—I," by C.L.T.

"Is This For You?" (concluded), by H. Lelslie Harrions

"Exploiting Fear—II," by Jean and Peter Fenton

"Fatigue in Women," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"Good News For Smokers," by Ron Wood

"Mental Pollution," by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1971:
Issues in possession: All six for the year. Downloads as a single PDF of 336 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"That So Many Live," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"Stomach Troubles," by C.L.T.

"Second Maturity," by C.L.T.

"More About Issels," by Peter Fenton and C.L.T.

"Water: Inside and Out," by C.L.T.

"Looking Forward," A Conference Report by Chiel

"Youth For Tomorrow," by G. Edward Grogan

"The Healthy Heart," by C.L.T.

"Youth For Tomorrow," by G. Edward Grogan (concluded)

"Strange Ally," by Alec Milne

"A Healthy Heart," (continued), by C.L.T.

"A Healthy Heart," (continued), by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1972:

Issues in possession: Jan-Feb, 1972 (No. 4, Vol. 33); Mar.-Apr. 1972 (No. 5 Vol. 33); May-June 1972 (No. 6 Vol. 33); July-Aug. 1972 (No. 1 Vol. 34). Downloads as a PDF of 258 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"Ill-Health Is Costly," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"Healthy Food For Man, Child, and Animal," by Alec Milne

"A Healthy Heart" (continued), by C.L.T.

"Food Reform Catering," by C.L.T.

"A Healthy Heart" (continued), by C.L.T.

"A Healthy Heart" (continued), by C.L.T.

"Olive Lane Thomson (in memorium)"

"Rate of Change," by C.L.T.

"Beware Backsliding," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"A Healthy Heart (continued)," by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1973:
Issues in possession: Jan.-Feb. 1973 (No. 4, Vol. 34); May-June 1973 (No. 6, Vol. 34); Sept-Oct. 1973 (No. 2, Vol. 35); Nov.-Dec. (No. 3, Vol. 35). Downloads as a PDF of 200 kb. The following articles are available to be read from this year's issues:

"Is a Heart Attack Avoidable," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"Glimpses of Truth," by C.L.T.

"Blood Pressure," by C.L.T.

"Is Pain Necessary," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"A.S. Neill" (In Memorium)

"Blood Pressure" (continued), by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1974:
Issues in possession: Spring 1974 (No. 4 Vol. 35); Summer 1974 (No. 5. Vol. 35); Autumn 1974 (No. 6 Vol. 35). Downloads as a PDF of 273 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"Goodbye To The Pill," by Keki R. Sidhwa

"Blood Pressure" (continued), by C.L.T.

"Goodbye To Vaccination," by C.L.T.

"Speaking To Students," by Alec Milne

"Blood Pressure" (continued), by C.L.T.

"No Hope Without Faith," by C.L.T.

"Kingston Publications (List),"

"Blood Pressure" (concluded), by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1975:
Issues in possession: Summer 1975 (No. 9 Vol. 35); Autumn 1975 (No. 1 Vol. 36); Winter 1975 (No. 2 Vol. 36). Downloads as a PDF of 227 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"Care For Your Teeth (continued)," by C.L.T.

"Care For Your Teeth (concluded)," by C.L.T.

"Has Milk A Future," by C.L.T.

"D.I.Y. for Bad Backs," by C.L.T.

"Kingston—The Place," by C.L.T.

"Has Milk A Future," by C.L.T.

"Sundry Items"


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1976:
Issues in possession: Spring 1976 (No. 3 Vol. 36); Summer 1976 (No. 4 Vol. 36). Downloads as a PDF of 207 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"Crumbs From The Breadbasket," by Lou and Prem

"Back To Sanity: An Open Letter from Australia, by Kenneth S. Jaffrey

"Has Milk A Future?" (continued), by C.L.T.

"Emergencies—a conference report by Chiel."

"Has Milk A Future? (continued), by C.L.T.


The Kingston Chronicle (Rude Health), 1977 and 1978:
Issues in possession: Winter, 1977 (No. 2 Vol. 37); Spring, 1978 (No. 3 Vol. 37); Summer, 1978 (No. 4 Vol. 37); Autumn, 1978 (No. 5 Vol. 37). Downloads as a PDF of 421 kb. The following articles are available to be read from these issues:

"Care For Your Sight" (continued), by C.L.T.

"The Healthy Human Gut," by C.L.T.

"Scratching and Wheezing," by Alec Milne

"The Healthy Human Gut" (continued), by C.L.T.

"Sooth or Truth?" by C.L.T.

"Care For Your Sight" (continued), by C.L.T.

"The Healthy Human Gut" (continued), by C.L.T.

"The Healthy Human Gut" (continued), by C.L.T.

"Care For Your Sight" (continued), by C.L.T.

"Science And Nature," by Kenneth S. Jaffrey

"The Healthy Human Gut" (concluded), by C.L.T.

"Care For Your Sight" (continued), by C.L.T.