EMOTIONAL CONFLICTS AND THE PROBLEM THEY PRESENT TO THE PHYSICIAN

Read by title, Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, I.H.A., June 22, 1949. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   Emotional conflict is a major cause of disease. Everyone suffers in some degree from such conflict. The more an individual lives in his emotions, the more strife will he encounter both from without and from within. Conflict produces tension, … Read more

THE RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTY OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

[ Presidential address at the Geneva 1931 Congress of the International Homoeopathic League]. PIERRE SCHMIDT, M.D.   PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL HOMOEOPATHIC LEAGUE. “When we are dealing with a science which is concerned with the saving of life, it is a crime to neglect its study.”. We, born and coming from different lands, trained in … Read more

THE LITERARY ARMAMENTARIUM OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, OR BOOKS THAT HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN CANNOT DO WITHOUT, AND SOMETHING ABOUT THEM

Read before the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, Derby, Conn., October 20, 1931. BENJAMIN C. WOODBURY, M.D.   The request of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society for me to present a paper on the subject of Books That the Homoeopathic Physician Cannot Do Without, and Something About Them, reminds me that there … Read more

THE VALUE OF THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN

   [Read before the Womens Homoeopathic League of Connecticut, October 18, 1932.]. EVANGELINE L. CLOSE.   Madame Chairman and Members of the Womans Homoeopathic League:. From our respective homes and varied occupations we have come together upon this occasion because of our belief in that system of cure known as homoeopathy. Doubtless, as good homoeopaths we … Read more

SOME REMINISCENCES OF A HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

  RUDOLPH F. RABE, M.D.   An obstinate, chronic inflammation of the eyelids, which had for years defied the mercurial and other salves of the dominant school of medicine, induced my father to seek aid from that veteran homoeopath of New York City, the late Edward Bayard, whose office, with its atmosphere of culture and quiet … Read more

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES AND THE PHYSICIAN

By C.T.GRAHAM – ROGERS, M.D.   Many physicians in general practise are adverse to treating ailments that may develop into compensation cases. The reason for such aversions is probably due to the fact that at some time a patient has come under their care with an occupational disease, and then after long treatment, when the … Read more