THE HUMAN FOOT AND ITS RELATION TO POISE

  Richard S. True, M.D., Boston. Mass.   Natures demands of the feet are not only to maintain the weight of the body in its functions, but they hold most vital relations to every manifestation of the personality. The normal foot reflects the expression of its possessor. In short, it leads intuitively in utility and elegance … Read more

AGRICULTURE AND MODERN SCIENCE

Jardine W M     In working with these problems it has been necessary to device new advanced statistical methods-an example of the application of mathematics to agriculture. The reason that economists have not heretofore been able to express their observations quantitatively is that they have not been able to determine the conditions under which they … Read more

THE ROLE OF HOMOEOPATHY DURING LABOR

  [ Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926]. John Hutchinson, M.D., New York.   Parturition being a purely physiological act, its phases that demand help and its irregularities that call for relief belong to the definite role of the homoeopathic remedy. When we review the transactions of this homoeopathic … Read more

DISCUSSIONS OF THE THEORY AND PRINCIPLES OF HOMOEOTHERAPEUTICS AND RELATED MEDICAL TOPICS

Stuart Close   VIOLENCE IN MEDICINE AND THE SOUL OF MAN.   “What have doctors to do with souls? We are concerned only with bodies and their ailments”. Doubtless some such querulous remark will be made, sotto voce, by more than one of my readers on glancing at the title of this paper. The retort in … Read more

HUMAN MORPHOLOGY AND THE HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA

  [Read before the Connecticut State Homoeopathic Medical Society, May, 1927]. Philip Rice, M.D., F.A.C.S.   Is it permitted us as apostles of a great cause to be contented with the achievements of its pioneers, to look upon their writings as the last word? Have we a right to assume that we have discharged our responsibility … Read more

TESTS SHOW HIGH FOOD VALUE OF PORK

United States Dept Of Agriculture VARYING CONTENT OF PROTEINS, FATS, AND VITAMINS IN DIFFERENT CUTS EXPLAIN POPULARITY OF SWINE PRODUCTS.   Results of scientific experiments have proved that the publics appetite for pork products has a sound basis. Bacon and eggs are no accidental combination. Neither is a ham sandwich. There are scientific reasons which … Read more