EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Rabe R F   THE ELECTRONIC REACTIONS OF ABRAMS.– The British Homoeopathic Journal for October, 1922, contains an interesting report by Dr. W. E. Boyd, of Glasgow, Scotland, of his investigations of the methods of Dr. Abrams, of San Francisco, California. The Boyd report was presented to the British Homoeopathic Association, under whose auspices Dr. … Read more

BELIEVE IN GOD, BELIEVE IN YOURSELF, HAVE ABSOLUTE FAITH IN YOUR REMEDIES

By Eli G. Jones, M.D., 1370 Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y.   A belief in an over-ruling Providence, to have perfect confidence in yourself, to have absolute faith in yourself, to have absolute faith in your remedies is the very foundation of success in the practice of medicine. Without it you will fails as many others … Read more

HOW TO SELECT THE REMEDY AND ITS POTENCY

By Elmer Schwartz, M. D. (Read at the June, 1922, Meeting of the International Hahnemannian. Association.).   The selection of the right remedy for each individual case is not always an easy matter. It requires much diligent study both of the Philosophy of Homoeopathy and the demonstrated symptoms of each individual drug. Without this one … Read more

ILLUSTRATION OF A SIMPLIFIED METHOD OF ARRANGING THE MATERIA MEDICA

By Benjamin C. Woodbury, M. D., Boston, Massachusetts. (Read at the June, 1922, Meeting of the International. Hahnemannian Association.).   In presenting this brief outline of what suggests itself as possibly a simplified arrangement of symptomatology, I am not unaware of the fact that it will probably not be considered a new idea; and may … Read more

THE NEUROPSYCHIATRIST AND THE STUDY OF A PERSON AS A WHOLE

┬áRead at the Annual Meeting of the Medical Society of the State of New York, at Albany, April 18, 1922. By Lewelleys F. Barker, M. D., Baltimore, Md.   As a rule, the time of medical society meetings is best occupied by reports of concrete experiences in the study of single patients or of groups … Read more

Person As a Whole

Stuart Close, M. D., Editor, 248 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.   THE PERSON AS A WHOLE. This department has so often stressed in various ways the fundamental ideas of the unity, continuity and substantiality of Life or Mind as the primary, all inclusive, substantive entity or “simple substance” from which all organisms and functions … Read more