Water doctor

Wa´ter doc´tor

1.(Med.) One who professes to be able to divine diseases by inspection of the urine.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As it happened, Darwin already owned a copy of The Water Cure and Chronic Disease by Malvern's leading water doctor, James Manby Gully.
Children and Water Doctors are concerned with boosting the consumption of water in young children and with developing their good habits.
Kept alive by CPR and cold water DOCTORS said there were three main reasons why Gore survived - the CPR he received when he was found, his young age and the freezing temperature of the water.