Warm springs guide – 233th Edition

If Franklin D. Roosevelt had been surgeon general instead of president, your doctor might prescribe more trips to warm springs and fewer of those pills you see in the commercials. Wouldn’t that be nice? The paralyzed president famously founded a warm-springs treatment center in Warm Springs, Georgia, mostly for fellow polio sufferers. It provoked a short-lived craze that died out in the 1940s.
By lasvegascitylife.com

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