TWO VERY INTERESTING CLINICAL CASES

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics, July 27, 1939. E. GARCIA–TREVINO, M.D.   Although the two cases that I am bringing to your attention cannot be considered as obstetrical cases, I submit them in order to arouse your comment, thus gaining from your own personal experiences. One of them really belongs to the field of … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D., Editor. NOTES ON FOODS.   APPLES: There are said to be approximately 112 different way to serve apples. Raw, baked, stewed and fresh (uncooked) apple cider are the simplest and best. The old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” applies chiefly to raw apples and their health value … Read more

QUESTION AND ANSWER DEPARTMENT

Allan D Sutherland   Question: MAY I REQUEST THAT THE EDITORS OF THE RECORDER GIVE US AN ARTICLE ON THE COMPARATIVE VALUE OF THE REPERTORIES RECENTLY REPRINTED IN INDIA.–Dr. G. S. Malhan, New Delhi, India. Answer: We condense a note on this subject from the pen of the foremost authority on repertories in America–Dr. H. … Read more

REMEDIES RUN IN FAMILIES

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Pediatrics, July 26, 1939. F. K. BELLOKOSSY, M.D. Hahnemann, in his clinical discussion of psora, writes the following paragraph:.   These ailments and infirmities are merely descendants of one and the same vast original malady, the innumerable symptoms of which form but one whole and are to be regarded and … Read more