THE BEGINNINGS OF DISEASE ELEMENTS DEFICIENT OR OUT OF BALANCE CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES

Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Atlantic City, N.J., July, 1923. Eugene Underhill, M.D., Philadelphia,.   The human body is composed of a definite number of elements. Many of them have been examined, handled, named. Some are so minute as to be referred to as a trace. Others so infinitesimal as … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

“BRONCHIAL ASTHMA DUE TO MICE.-   Lintz reports a case of bronchial asthma in which a mouse caused the attacks. The history was typical and the findings characteristic of this disease. While it was easy to establish the diagnosis, it was exceedingly difficult to establish the cause. All laboratory examination, all cutaneous allergic tests, proved … Read more