Review of Reviews,  13 (1896), 161.

Is Cycling Bad for Women? What a Professor of Gynaecology Thinks




Publications abstracted:

Henry J Garrigues Forum


Transport, Machinery, Gender, Health, Obstetrics, Fear

    Recommends 'the upright posture as against the curved or bent, as hygienically and medically the best', and dismisses fears that 'the enlargement of muscle consequent on cycling might take place where it would aggravate the ordeal of maternity'.

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