EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Allan D Sutherland   Editorial Wanderlust.–The editor of THE HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER, again enticed by the call of the East, left for the hospitable shores of Europe on April 19th. England, France, Germany, and perhaps Italy, will be the scenes of his meanderings, in search of rest and relaxation from strenuous months of activity in little … Read more

THE THREE SIMILITUDES

  Read before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannian Association, New York, June, 1925. Benjamin C. Woodbury, M. D., Boston, Mass.   Introductory. If this paper were a sermon and not a discourse upon the most fundamental subject in therapeutics–the basis of homoeopathy–my text would in all probability be found in that most fascinating book … Read more

AN ASSURED INCOME FOR PHYSICIANS

E. Prescott Sherrill, Boston, Mass.   Much good thought and money is going toward the improvement of conditions for dumb animals; just what is being done for the general welfare of that most overburdened of all our domestic beasts–the overworked doctor?. China it seems to us has the most civilized, human and truly beneficial idea … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY AND MODERN MEDICINE

Stuart Close   Back of and within every living organism, back of all matter, back of every inorganic structure, back of every law of nature, back of every process is Mind, the intelligent, thinking, willing, planning, designing, organizing, guiding and controlling principle. From the atom to immensity, in every realm of nature and in every … Read more

INDIRECT HEALTH HAZARDS

By DR. ROBERT S. McBIRNEY, Medical Inspector of Factories.   One of the benefits of medical inspection of factories is that it brings out the necessity for more general knowledge among industrial workers and employers of the hazards that exist in the various industries, more especially the hazards to health from dust, fumes, gases or … Read more

REMEDY STUDY

[Read before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannian Association, New York, June, 1925.].   With Kali Carbonicum as the Remedy for Investigation. Julia M. Green, M.D., Washington, D.C. Many students of materia medica begin with the chemical formula of the drug under consideration, giving its relationships in the drug world and sketching the pathological … Read more

IMMUNITY

  Read before the annual meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, New York, June, 1925. Ralph S. Faris, M.D., Richmond, Va.   Immunity is defined as: that condition of the living body which renders it secure against any particular disease. Every infections disease is the result of a struggle between two variable factors–the pathogenic powers of … Read more