DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

Eugene Underhill   THE CITROUS FRUITS in most common use include LEMONS, LIMES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES and TANGERINES. By careful grafting all may be produced on a single citrus fruit tree. There are many varieties of oranges and several of grapefruit and lemons. Two types of limes are well known, the small round yellow ones and … Read more

QUESTION AND ANSWER DEPARTMENT

Note: Send questions to Dr. Eugene Underhill, Jr., 2010 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Penna.   Question: DO YOU BELIEVE IN PSORA? JUST HOW DO YOU REGARD THIS THEORY OF HAHNEMANN?. Answer: It is time for us to modernize our views concerning this so-called miasmatic complex. Homoeopathists are prone to criticize the “old school” of medicine for … Read more

VERIFICATIONS AND CLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF THE NOSODES

Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 17, 1940. MARGARET BURGESS WEBSTER, M.D.   1. Mr. D., minister. Sensation of “welling up” into the knees, or a sensation of swelling, if he does not move knee feel as if he would go crazy, > kneeling; twitching of knees and ankles. Sleepless from … Read more

WHY HOMOEOPATHY?

H. W. SHELTON   1. Our health rests in our hands, because we choose those whom we. trust to guide us along the various paths to health, such as:. a. Drug therapy: Homoeopathy, Allopathy. b. Drugless therapy: Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Naturopathy. (Lindlahr), A. B. Tahar, Diet (and Fasting), Exercise. c. Psychological therapy: Psychiatry, Christian Science,. Mental … Read more

SULFANILAMIDE–A FRAGMENTARY PROVING

Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 18, 1940. ALLAN D. SUTHERLAND, M.D.   For five years Sulfanilamide has made the headlines of medical news, not only because of the startling cures assigned to its actions, but also because of the no less startling by-effects attributed to this drug. As physicians we … Read more

INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION IN ELDERLY PEOPLE

Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 19, 1940. K. A. MCLAREN, M.D.   Intestinal obstruction in elderly patients is frequently met with. It may be caused by trauma, by peritonitis as from an appendix, by strangulated herniae, volvulus, adhesions, impacted faeces, and by new growths. The cause in many cases is obvious, … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER

Read by title before I.H.A.. Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 17, 1940. K. A. MCLAREN, M.D.   When I first began to practice, acute rheumatic fever was one disease that I rather disliked. This was probably due to the fact that my student and interne days were spent mostly in “Old School” institutions, and nothing … Read more