1911 U.K. census full of unusual "ailments"

Residents reported the ailments suffered by their family members on a 1911 census taken in the U.K., which led to some unusual diagnoses. For example, one man listed himself as "bad-tempered" and noted his wife possessed a "long tongue."

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