PRESCRIBING FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN

Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June 1930. EUGENE UNDERHILL, M.D.   The question should be considered under two headings, first, constitutional treatment, and, seemed, treatment of acute ailments. Without doubt the more correct the constitutional treatment the less frequently will the physician be called upon to prescribe for acute illness, Now … Read more

GRANDMA BARYTA CARBONICA AND HER GRANDSON BARYTA CARBONICA

  F.E.GLADWIN, M.D. “She was a tiny old lady. And a little dwarf boy was he”.   As fat old grandpa Baryta carbonica, a drunkard, was recovering from a cold, he had a stroke of apoplexy and passed on, leaving to poor, little, weak grandma Baryta carbonica the care of their orphan grandson, Baryta carbonica. Grandma … Read more

THE CURE OF DRUG DISEASES

Read at the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicines, June 1930. HARVEY FARRINGTON, M.D.   Drug diseases are almost a daily problem for the homoeopathic prescriber, masking or complicating the genuine symptoms of the disease. An antidote must be given before a correct prescription is possible. Several months ago the question of the best method of … Read more