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In this live event organised by the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), Erica Charters and Sally Shuttleworth take a look, both serious and light-hearted, at the treatment of health and disease in the past, in particular the period from the eighteenth to nineteenth centuries when invalids were actively encouraged to travel.