TUBERCULAR MAN CURED WHEN HE GETS ERYSIPELAS

Denver   London. A remarkable case in which one disease killed another has been reported. The six children of man in an advance tubercular condition contracted chicken pox. The man also caught the complaint, which developed into erysipelas, and this killed the tuberculosis. The man has now recovered and is following his occupation as a … Read more

PROGRESS IN HOMOEOPATHY

DR. A. PULFORD.   We have had the opportunity of attending and displaying our ignorance before every grade of homoeopathic medical society from a local homoeopathic club to a quinquennial international homoeopathic congress, and in each and every one of these societies homoeopathy has been approached from the same erroneous angle, i.e., each one has … Read more

MANAGEMENT OF THE ALIMENTARY TRACT IN PNEUMONIA

 Reprinted from The Medical Times, May, 1927. By Edward E. Cornwall, M.D., F.A.C.P., Brooklyn, N.Y.   (Editors Note. Many of our apologists, defenders and propagandists have expected themselves to find illustrations or confirmations of homoeopathic principles in allopathic literature. The most popular and frequently used source from which they drawn in recent years has been … Read more

THE REMARKABLE CASE OF LUIGI CORNARO AND HOW HE BALANCED HIS DIET

EDWARD E. CORNWALL, M.D. Brooklyn, New York. Reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for September 7,1927.   Luigi Cornaro was born about 1466, of a noble Venetian family. In consequence of irregular ways of life and intemperance in eating and drinking he became afflicted between his thirty-fifth and fortieth years with “different kinds of … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Stuart Close PUBLISHERS ANNOUNCEMENT.   After publishing the HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER for forty-two years without intermission, we are passing the control of its destinies to the Intermission, we are passing the control of its destinies to the International Hahnemannian Association. After January 1st, 1928, the International Hahnemannian Association will publish and carry on the journal. During … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY AND THE OD THEORY

Reprinted from the Pacific Coast Journal of Homoeopathy, May, 1920. By DR. Krin, Berlin, Germany. Translated by P.W. Shedd, M.D.   It is delightful to wander through ones own country, but it is also beneficial to occasionally cross the border, and, ascending some far-seeing mountain summit, to look back upon the familiar picture, its hamlets, … Read more

CONTRASTS – HOMOEOPATHY VERSUS ALLOPATHY

  By J. Arthur Bullard, M.D., Montrose, Pa.   After practicing medicine more than fifty years, I feel almost qualified to make public my impressions of the two schools. My first thought is to examine the mental attitude of the opposing practitioners-the unconscious, or sub-conscious cerebrations that dominate the individual. First the homoeopath is an optimist. … Read more