Rheumatism – Strength Magazine – February, 1928

Rheumatism is defined as a constitutional disease marked by inflammation of the connective-tissue structures of the body, especially the muscles and joints, and attended by pain in the joints and muscles. It is defined by the average person so as to include almost any known ache possible for the human structure to acquire. The origin of rheumatism goes back to an unknown date.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas