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

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