and his book De morbis artificum diatriba (Diseases of Workers) published in Modena in in which he described the effects of work on health for some fifty . Ramazzini’s “De Morbis Artificum Diatriba” and Society, Culture, and the Human Condition in the Seventeenth Century. Article (PDF Available) in International. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Sep 1, , Bernardino Ramazzini and others published De Morbis Artificum Diatriba [Diseases of.

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De Morbis Artificum Diatriba [Diseases of Workers]

First to come upon the stage shall be those who stand at their work, such as carpenters when they hew and saw wood, carvers, blacksmiths, masons, and others.

From the Latin text ofrevised, with translation and notes by Wilmer Cave Wright.

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Those who remain seated and work with their hands are threatened with another misfortune from having to keep the eyes continually fixed on those black letters, for they gradually contract weakness of vision, and when their eyes are not strong to begin with they are afflicted with dimness of sight, suffusions bloodshot eyes and other diseases of the eyes.

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To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. It follows that whenever occasion offers, we must advise men employed in the fe trades to interrupt when they can that too prolonged posture by sitting or walking about or exercising the body in some way. This kind of work is very tiring. Let them artificmu the best use they can of some one day, and so to some extent counteract the harm done by many days of sedentary life.

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I have noticed that at Venice and Ferrara these heavily laden men carry sacks of wheat diatriiba other weights, not as ours do on one shoulder, but on the neck and dorsal vertebrae, so that the weight may lie all along the carrier’s back; they say that the load tires them less diztriba they feel less pressure than if they carried it on one shoulder.

They should be advised to take physical exercise, at any rate on holidays.

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