HEADACHES ACUTE AND CHRONIC

By Heselton J T.   OCCASIONALLY we meet those who are not troubled with headache. More intimate acquaintance may discover that whatever their employment they are given to much walking. It would, therefore, be a natural inference that any person possessed of good legs who wished to be immune of headache ought to become a … Read more

HOW TO CURE THE SICK

By Ellis Barker J. SOME PRACTICAL EXAMPLES. A CASE OF RHEUMATISM.   RHEUMATISM is widespread and is difficult to cure. We have been told that rheumatism claims an enormous and ever-increasing number of victims in England and elsewhere, and in order to combat this disorder, special clinics have been created in many localities. It is … Read more

SOME HUMAN AILMENTS

William Howard Hay   When some diagnostician “discovers” a real condition and recommends a new line of treatment, perhaps an operation, the victim is cheered up at the prospect of relief, but a few of the usual disappointments following this new advice are enough to drive the victim farther down the slope of despair into … Read more

THE MYSTERIES OF HOMOEOPATHY

Ellis Barker J   LAY readers insufficiently acquainted with Homoeopathy are occasionally mystified by certain figures and signs employed in homoeopathic articles and books. Homoeopathic medicines may be given in the liquid or in the solid form. The strong tinctures from plants are called mother tinctures. These tinctures are usually diluted and with the dilution … Read more

CHILLS, COLDS AND THEIR SEQUELS

By Ellis Barker J.   WHAT is called the common cold is very common indeed. It is universal. It is usually a triviality, but not always. A cold may be followed by bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, tuberculosis, rheumatism, heart disease and innumerable other grave disorders. Every layman is acquainted with this fact. The average individual, when … Read more