THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES IN CHRONIC CASES

Read before the February, 1923, meeting of the Homoeopathic Medical Society of the County of New York. Frank W. Patch, M.D., Framingham, Mass.   The expression “chronic cases” is so very indefinite from the general medical point of view that I feel some hesitancy in using it before this body physicians. Yet to those of … Read more

ACUTE BARBITAL (VERONAL) POISONING

“REPORT OF CASE WITH FATAL OUTCOME. “WILLIAM COLE, M.D”. “ANAHEIM, CALIF.   “Acute poisoning from barbital is apparently becoming more common in this country. This is probably due to the fact that the drug is so easily obtained without a physicians prescription. It is also due to the increase in the number of persons who … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY

Stuart Close. M.D., Editor, 248 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.   SPECIALIZATION IN MEDICINE. The term “physician” has come to have a different significance from what it formerly had. In the “good old days” everybody knew, or thought they knew, just what the wore “doctor” meant. He was the family physician-the man who looked after us … Read more

WHAT WILL HE-THE VITAL FORCE-DO WITH IT?

By S.L.Guild-Leggett, M.D., Syracuse, N.Y.   The Point of View. Today the aim of all studies, relating to abnormal conditions in mankind, seems directed to externals and results, rather than to the guiding and controlling force which develops the signs and warnings by which we know mankind is sick. Mans food is chemically divided into … Read more