HEALTH PROBLEMS OF THE SCHOOL AGE CHILD

Read by Title, Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., July 4, 1950. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   A new epoch in a child’s life opens with the first day at school. An adjustment must be made, physiologically and emotionally, to a new set of circumstances. Flexibility is expected of the young, although some constitutions and temperaments adjust … Read more

EDITORIAL

Royal Hayes CONVENTION NOTES.   The writer holds the opinion that Annual Meetings of homoeopathic societies are very much worthwhile, an opinion which his attendance upon all the conventions of the International Hahnemannian Association and of the American Institute of Homoeopathy since 1942 has caused to become irrevocable. There seems to be no sound reasons, … Read more

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

A. DWIGHT SMITH, M.D.   Members of the International Hahnemannian Association and Friends of Homoeopathy:. The medical world been producing many new and seemingly wonderful drugs during the past few years. It would almost seem as if there might not be any further need or place for Homoeopathy. Homoeopathy, in fact, has been weighed in … Read more

A CHRONIC CASE

Read before Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., July 5, 1950. ROGER A. SCHMIDT, M.D.   Mrs. D.R., a 48 year-old, attractive French beauty operator, married, one 20-year-old daughter and one infant dead from breech complications, came in May 31st, 1949, with a long list of symptoms, mostly persistent headaches. Her PAST HISTORY revealed the usual … Read more