A CASE OF WARTS

     J.A. TOMHAGEN, M.D.   Mrs. Edna P., age 27 years, widow whose husband died of tuberculosis. Occupation, secretary. General health good. As a child had measles and whooping cough. Vaccinated. Urine analysis, blood pressure and pulse normal. Mrs. P. told the following story:. Four years ago seed warts appeared on the back of the left … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

Eugene Underhill THE COMMON COLD. PROPHYLAXIS AND TREATMENT.   Most people regard a cold as resulting from circumstances for which they are in no way responsible. They consider themselves as innocent victims of a peculiar susceptibility plus a cold germ which may land on them any time. They also expect modern science to devise or … Read more

REMEDIES COMPLEMENTARY, INIMICAL AND ANTIDOTAL

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 17, 1938. H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   The grouping of remedies is a problem that presents itself to the mind of the homoeopathic student as soon as he beings to gain some insight into the personality of remedies and their application in individual cases. The first step along … Read more