LYCOPODIUM IN ITS RELATION TO THE MIASMS

Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, Oct.19, 1944. BENNO LIPTON, M.D.   It has been said that a physician who knows how to apply Lycopodium is already a good homoeopath. Therefore, it always intrigued me to live up to this statement. But Lycopodium proved rather reluctant to give up its secrets to me. Naturally, I … Read more

EDITORIAL

Allan D Sutherland PROPHYLACTIC MEDICINE, ALLOPATHIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC.   To the sanitary engineers, and not to the allopathic doctor, belongs credit for whatever real success has been accomplished in disease prevention. Centuries of blundering and groping by the rule of “trial and error” (mostly error) by so-called medical scientists has only brought multiplied miseries, increased … Read more

QUESTION AND ANSWER DEPARTMENT

NOTE: Send questions to Dr. Eugene Underhill, Jr., 2010 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,   Question: WHAT WOULD LIKELY BE THE CAUSE OF AMENORRHOEA, NOT DUE TO PREGNANCY, IN A NERVOUS BUT OTHERWISE APPARENTLY HEALTHY YOUNG WOMAN? Answer: If the patient appears well nourished and there are no evidences of thyroid disorder we would expect to obtain … Read more

SOCIALIZED MEDICINE AND HOMOEOPATHY

ALONZO J. SHADMAN, M.D.   Whether or not socialized medicine ever comes to pass, it would seem to the writer that the province and duty of the American Institute is to educate men in the philosophy and materia medica of homoeopathy. To find ways and means definitely, adequately, and positively to supply everything necessary for … Read more

CUPRUM ARSENICUM

WM. E. JACKSON, M.D.   provings of this remedy are rather sparse and its use or indications will be very much a matter of experience, because of that lack of symptomatology. Arsenite of copper is a remedy frequently indicated in deficient kidney function, intestinal affections, cholera morbus, cholera infantum diarrhoeas and dysenteries, when accompanied by … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D., Editor. GONORRHOEA IN THE FEMALE.   Two factors favor chronicity of Neisserian infection in the female pelvic tract. One is poor drainage of Skenes bartholins and the endocervical glands and the other is the recurring cycle of menstruation. The average level of natural immunity in the two sexes is apparently the … Read more