HOMOEOPATHY IN 1935

BY DR. GEORGE BURFORD   THE New Year finds Homoeopathy definitely on the up-grade. First and foremost there is a considerable addition to the number of qualified homoeopathic doctors. The lists of the British Homoeopathic Society have been lengthening during the year; especially in the last two or three months have applications for membership increased. … Read more

ORTHODOX v UNORTHODOX TREATMENT

Ellis Barker J BY THE EDITOR   ON November 19th at a meeting of the Hunterian Society at the Cutlers Hall, there was a discussion on the subject “That the Lay Cult of Health has become Injurious.” It was opened by Sir Ernest Graham-Little, M.P., the well-known dermatologist and representative of the General Medical Council. … Read more

UNNECESSARY TONSIL OPERATIONS

BY DR. E. PETRIE HOYLE   DOCTORS often have things told them by their patients which were never intended to reach their ears. Generally these “repeats” are more comical than serious. Such happened to me last week. But such interference at times has frightened patients, who drift hurriedly away form a further consideration of Homoeopathy, … Read more

NATURE CURE FOR POULTRY

John Armstrong (From The Yorkshire Observer)   SIR, – Many outsiders are asking what thousands of hens will be like for the table after the modern craze for feeding up and intensive (unnatural stimulation) egg production has played its havoc with them?. All disease has its root in artificial attempts to speed up Mother Nature … Read more

CURES WROUGHT WITH TABLE SALT

By. J. COMPTON BURNETT   OBS. XIV. – Gentleman, aet. 34 or thereabouts, has suffered form a general feeling of chilliness (attributed by himself to a poor circulation), for more than two years, sleepiness and drowsiness after dinner for two months, compelling him to go and lie down; black spots before the eyes; disagreeable taste … Read more