We have no meanings for "warm baths" in our records yet.
Frequent warm baths are sometimes beneficial with gentle massage of the muscles.
We did not go to the ancient warm baths two miles below Tiberias.
His wife had been that day to the warm baths, and her little son with her.
I don't suppose the poet ever took warm baths or douches in any description of établissement.
But warm baths, particularly during the last two or three months, are preferable to cold baths.
The warm baths are truly delightful and most efficacious in calming the temper and restoring the nerve-power.
For example, warm baths after the Italian fashion came into use even at this period among the natives.
The colon should be constantly and copiously flushed with the "Cascade," and warm baths frequently taken.
First, then, clean the foot with warm baths and apply a poultice containing powdered charcoal or carbolic acid.
Ambulances, he continues, were always in attendance, with a medical staff, warm baths, suitable food, etc., for the sick.
Listen to soothing music, read interesting books, take warm baths, listen to the sounds of nature, and laugh belly laughs.
But at home we live softly, loving the banquet, and music and dancing, clean raiment, warm baths, and long repose.
If recovery is prompt and desquamation (scaling) is in progress, warm baths may be applied for a few days.
Their families, eagerly awaiting them, rushed them off to warm baths and food, while those without families went to the soldiers' mess.
When suppuration has commenced, the process should be aided by the use of warm baths and poultices of lineseed meal or boiled turnips.
When compensation is perfect, in valvular lesions, more or less frequent warm baths are advisable, and often relieve the heart by equalizing the circulation.
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Warm baths across language varieties