EPIDEMIC DIARRHEA OF THE NEWBORN WITH HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS AND CLINICAL CASES

William B Griggs Read before the Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., JUNE 18, 1948.   Epidemic diarrhea of the newborn is a clinical syndrome generally limited to the first month of life. It is characterized by marked contagiousness, high morbidity and mortality rates. In a clinical pattern manifestations include frequent water stools, rapid weight loss, prostration, … Read more

INTRODUCTION TO THE HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPY OF HEADACHE

Abbreviated from Allgemeine Homoeopathische Zeitung, Vol. 182 by S.W.S. F. DONNER, M.D.   If a headache is only a few days old, it is often based on intoxication or infection; the first by poisons like alcohol or nicotine, or it is endogenous, intestinal toxins. Here Nux vomica is one of our most important remedies, but … Read more

EDITORIAL

Royal Hayes SPECIALIZATION IN MEDICINE: A THREAT TO.   HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTICE. Of late years, in medical journals as well as in the public press, attention has been called to the gradual disappearance of the old-time general practitioner, the time-honored family doctor who faithfully served, from the cradle to grave, the families entrusted to his care … Read more

CONTRIBUTING FACTORS IN INFANTILE ECZEMAS

Read before the Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., JUNE 18, 1948. MARION BELLE ROOD, M.D.   Mrs. McC-brought in her baby boy, aged 5 months, with severe eczema. From his return home from the hospital on the tenth day after his birth, he had been afflicted with oozing, cracking skin on the head, hands, face, buttocks … Read more