HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS IN THE FIELD OF ENDOCRINOLOGY

     [Read Before Cleveland Homoeopathic Society, Dec. 13, 1938.]. H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   The viewpoint of the modern physiologist reflects the theory that the vast majority of human ills are traceable to dysfunction of the glandular system; that most growth problems (over-and under- development of the whole body or parts) and many maladjustments of the child … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

Eugene Underhill MORE ABOUT DIET.   There are twelve mistakes which are commonly made in respect to eating:. 1. Eating too much. 2. Eating too fast and chewing food too little. 3. Eating too often (between meals). 4. Eating too many rich and concentrated foods and seasonings. 5. Eating too little of fresh fruits and … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES AS A PREVENTION TO SPECIFIC SURGICAL CONDITIONS AND THEIR USE AFTER

[Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 17, 1938]. C.P. BRYANT, M.D.   Surgery has never cured disease, yet it is essential often as a means for the preservation of life. Crude drugs and physical therapy are often of value as palliative. Potentized remedies, applied according to the Law of Similars, cure. Where … Read more

SPECIFIC MEDICATION OR SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ANY ONE DISEASE

C.F. JUNKERMANN, M.D.   Is it possible for a cure-all to exist where one remedy will restore to health all cases afflicted with any one disease? In my experience of more than forty-nine years, it has not as yet been my good fortune to find any such remedy. The individual patient must be taken into … Read more