HEART DISEASE AND GALL BLADDER TROUBLE

By Ellis Barker J.   ON April 27th, 1933, I was visited by Colonel B. who wished to consult me about his heart. He was a man of magnificent physique, an excellent soldier who naturally had to undergo terrific exertion and strain. During the Great War he was made a prisoner of Germany. He was … Read more

BREAST FEEDING FOR BABIES

By ALEXIS CARREL, M.D.,. Nobel Prize Winner; Author of Man, the Unknown. From the Readers Digest.   SHOULD our baby be breast-fed or bottle-fed ? Every year this question is discussed in about 2,200,000 American homes. On the answer depends the kind of care the child will be given. Although the feeding of babies particularly … Read more

DRUG STUDIES FOR BEGINNERS

By Sidgwick R M. DULCAMARA.   THE outstanding characteristic of the Dulcamara patient is his or her sensitiveness to damp cold. Cold wet weather will aggravate all the symptoms of such a patient. This drug acts strongly upon all the mucous membranes and upon the skin. Catarrh of any membrane if it is worse during … Read more

HARDENING OF THE ARTERIES ARTERIOSCLEROSIS

Read before the Southwestern Homoeopathic Medical Society, Los Angeles, October 15th, 1937.]. By ROBERT L. REDFIELD, M. D., Berkeley. (From Pacific Coast Journal of Homoeopathy).   THE problems of individuals with arterial and arteriolar fibrosis with or without subsequent calcification, meets the physician during every working day. Often he is hard put to help these … Read more

ARTHRITIS AND THE FIRST STAGES OF CURE

By G. W. WARR. This article received the prize of one guinea.   THE gentle art of Homoeopathy provides one with an extremely interesting hobby. It is very fascinating to be able to cure the minor ailments of people around one, and to remove their aches and pains with comparatively little trouble. I myself was … Read more