SOMETHING ABOUT AGGRAVATIONS

ROYAL E.S. HAYES, M.D.   Are remedy aggravations caused by the remedy alone? Do not other conditions precipitate or decisively contribute to them?. Pardon a personal illustrations as I have no better subject to raise up before you just now. Last May 8 I took the 500th potency of a very good similar, if not … Read more

THE “OLD SCHOOL” CANINE DISTEMPER MUDDLE

DR. H.B.F. JERVIS.   DEFINITION. Canine distemper is usually described as a specific, malignant, contagious, and infectious catarrhal fever, affecting all mucous surfaces, but primarily those of the respiratory tract. It is chiefly, but not essentially, a disease of the young animals of the canine race, appearing sporadically, enzootically or epizootically, and frequently fraught with … Read more

DYSENTERY

Wells P P Excerpted and annotated by H.A. Roberts from original mass. by Wells.   The prognosis of dysentery, when under intelligent and careful homoeopathic treatment and nursing, is generally favorable. This can hardly be questioned, after a careful experience in this treatment of the disease of more than thirty years without the loss of … Read more

MIASMATIC CHILDREN AND HOMOEOPATHY

Presented for I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, 1943. JULIA M. GREEN, M.D.   That the new world which is in the making may have strong, clear minded spiritually well developed men and women, free from the many inherited handicaps which now prevent effective, constructive work from the majority of our citizens, it is necessary that … Read more

PRESCRIBING FOR THE WHOLE PATIENT

GRACE STEVENS, M.D.   In all departments of knowledge nowadays there are students who devote themselves to some one aspect of the subject-matter and thus gain a deeper-if a narrower-insight into the subject in hand. This tendency is very marked in the study of medicine and the general public is apt to place great confidence … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D., Editor. RHEUMATIC FEVER.   The problem of rheumatic fever, with it usual chain of serious sequelae, is one that the allopathic physician dreads of attempt. Here again we find that most potent results of the modern medical research laboratories attack the disease, more or less successfully-usually less, if we consider the … Read more

SOCIALIZED MEDICINE

HOWARD M. ENGLE, M.D.   The hour has struck for the free practice of medicine in the United States!. Whether the profession of medicine and surgery shall be practiced by free and independent physicians, serving at the choice of their patients, or a bureau in Washington shall control the practice for all time, must now … Read more

QUESTION AND ANSWER DEPARTMENT

NOTE: Send questions to Dr.Eugene Underhill, Jr., 2010 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.   Questions: CAN A REMEDY WHICH IS WHOLLY SIMILAR TO THE SYMPTOMS OF A CASE ACT AS A PALLIATIVE? DOES NOT PALLIATION OFTEN MEAN AN INCORRECT OR UNHOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIPTION?. Answer : Not necessarily so. A remedy may be absolutely and completely indicated an … Read more