CASES REPORTS

C.Seaver Smith, M.D., New Haven, Conn. CASE No.I.-Mrs. M.W.O. October 19, 1922.   C.C. – Nervousness, utter exhaustion and vertigo. P.H. – Always rather weak, tall and thin, average weight 112 pounds. One attack of pneumonia, influenza 1923. Both breasts, removed. 1913. Had been treated with iron, calcium lactate, strychnia, quinine, digitalis and the endocrines. … Read more

EVIL EFFECTS OF ALLOPATHICALLY – DRUGGED WATER

  Read before and approved by the Regular Homoeopathic. Medical Society, Chicago, Ill., June 16, 1926. A.H. Grimmer, M.D., Chicago, Ill.   There is no difference of opinion concerning the definite deleterious effects o chlorine on the human economy, when it is administered in the crude state. In fact it is destructive to all organic life. … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC RESEARCH

  Read before the Annual Meeting of The. International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. Dr. Guy B.Stearns, New York City.   Why homoeopathic research? Since homoeopathy is part of general medicine, why a special kind of research?. The answer is: General medicine does not know that homoeopathy is part of itself, and therefore, has not devoted … Read more

INDECISION

 C.E. Prescott, Brookline, Mass. Indecision is one of the greatest poisons one can generate in the human brain. Indecision creates a mental paralysis. Indecision prevents growth, prevents action and causes premature decay. Indecision causes drooping shoulders, dragging footsteps and the dull and fishy eye!. Indecision creates a love of solitude and an aversion to ones … Read more

INFANTILE PARALYSIS

  [Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926.]. Grace Stevens, M.D., Northampton, Mass.   Acute poliomyelitis, also called infantile paralysis, regressive paralysis, or acute atrophic paralysis, is an acute in infectious disease affecting mainly children under five years of age, It is caused by a filterable virus which attacks the … Read more

NEGLECTED PSYCHOLOGICAL AND HYGIENIC FACTORS IN SURGICAL CASES

Stuart Close   The death of Rudolph Valentino on August 23d, a few days after he was operated upon for gastric ulcer and appendicitis, gives rise to feelings that become more and more poignant as the published reports are reviewed. Sadness over the untimely taking off in the flower of his young manhood of a … Read more

THE REPETITION OF THE DOSE

Read before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannian Association, New York, 1925. Charles A. Dixon, M.D., Akron, Ohio.   In reviewing my failures and successes, in thirty years of practice, there have been two large outstanding principles of homoeopathic philosophy involved so often, that I am persuaded to put on record here the things … Read more

VINCENTS ANGINA

  Read before the Annual Meeting of The. International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. H.A. Roberts, M.D., Derby, Conn.   On March 26th was called to see a child twelve years of age and found the following condition: Taken ill the night before with intense frontal headache. Chilly, then hot. Throat very sore, especially right side. … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Allan D Sutherland   Advancing the Cause.- In these United States we now are living in the hectic age of one hundred per centism, boosterism and wild enthusiasm, as manifested at Rotarian, Kiwanian and similar organization meetings. The methods of the three-ringed- circus are in vogue and no medical convention is a success, unless it … Read more