“CAN HOMOEOPATHY BUILD UP THE FEEBLE CHILD?”

[Presented to the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June, 1930.]. S. MARY IVES, M.D.   In these days of so-called “modern medicine”, with the congested traffic due to the various swift moving vehicles of highly specialized methods, one almost hesitates to come out in the open with the dear old “one horse shay”! And … Read more

CARRIWITCHETS

Allan D Sutherland SIT DOWN, DOCTOR, AND WRITE US YOUR ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS.   Will every Recorder reader in this country and abroad please give a keen attention to the editorial Dragons Teeth in this issue and very serious consideration to the important problem there presented? Will each one then send answers embodying their … Read more

A CLINICAL CASE

 [Presented at the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 1929.]. JOSEPHINE HOWLAND, M.D.   January 19, 1929. Mrs. S., age 72, came in yesterday complaining of a terrible “cold” contracted last September, another in October, and another in November. She had allopathic treatment with no relief. The face was pale and thin. Cough ever since … Read more

A BRIEF STUDY COURSE IN HOMOEOPATHY

ELIZABETH WRIGHT, M.D. V. THE EVALUATION OF SYMPTOMS. In the lecture on case taking in the May issue we gave, in some detail, the hierarchy of the symptoms, and would suggest that in connection with this article the reader reperuse that one. The evaluation of symptoms is, perhaps, the most important part of the homoeopathic … Read more

TARANTULA HISPANICA IN THE MODERN AGE

   Reprinted from the I. H. A. Transactions, 1926, Bureau of Materia Medica. JULIA C. LOOS, M. D.   Tarantula hispanica is a member of the spider family Lycosa, of tropic or sub-tropic origin, and is commonly known to the world for its fatal poison and the intense sufferings which this brings to its victims. The … Read more

THIS AND THAT ABOUT THE LIVER

[Presented at the I.H.A., June 1930, Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy.]. W.A. MCFALL, M.D.   How many cowards, whose hearts are all as false. As stairs of sand, wear yet upon their chins. The beards of Hercules and frowning Mars, Who, inwardly searched, have been white as milk. Shakespeares Merchant of Venice. That organ of the … Read more

THE TREATMENT OF PNEUMONIA

 [Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, May 20, 1930.]. B.B. PENIMORE, M.D.   The earlier treatment is instituted in the course of the disease pneumonia, the better will it be for the patient and I believe this cannot be disputed. Pneumonia, though, is such a treacherous disease that seemingly, when everything appears in the patients … Read more