Editorial

Bose N C BUREAUCRACY vis a vis DEMOCRACY.   An old adage says, whosoever goes to Lanka becomes a Ravana. The Imperial Secretariat or the Writers Buildings, with courtly make-up of democracy, can hardly shed its bureaucratic puissance that pervert official mentality into sub-janta and nothing-more- to-learn conceit. Imperialist bureaucrats, of course, had their intensive … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC EDUCATION

+Read before the Congress of States Meeting at Pittsburgh, Pa., February 2nd, 1946. By CHARLES L. BROWN, M.D.,   Dean, The Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. (From the Journal of the American Institute of Homoeopathy, April 1947). MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE CONGRESS OF STATES, AND GUESTS- I wish to recognize, and express my appreciation … Read more

REMEDIES COMMONLY USEFUL IN INFLUENZA

MARTHA BOGER-SHATTUCK, M.D. GROUP III.   Those remedies which are still deeper acting. Tuberculinum: Patient fails to respond. No special or constantly changing symptoms complex. Air hunger with easy sweating. Inherited tendency to tuberculosis. Graphites: Patients with tendency to glandular deficiencies. Supersensitive to colds. Chronic sick headaches. Folds of skin show moist, gluey excoriations or … Read more

SOME CLINICAL CASES

Read before the Texas Homoeopathic Medical Association, Oct. 1931. H.C. MORROW, M.D.   CASE I- SYPHILIS. A young woman had contracted syphilis in the regular way, although vaginal examination showed no ulcers on the genital parts, externally or internally. The Wasserman test, however, showed the presence of spirochaeta pallida. As she had no money she … Read more

HEART OF HOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIBING ILLUSTRATIONS

JULIA MINERVA GREEN, M.D.   Ninety times out of one hundred the present day medical student approaches the college of his choice with his mind fastened on physiological and pathological problems concerning the human body. He wants to know all about diseases as such and how to eradicate them from their victims. He thinks about … Read more