THE FALLACY OF ROUTINE AND EMPIRICAL PRESCRIBING

WILLIAM B GRIGGS., M.D.   The following case has always been of great interest to me because it illustrates the fallacy of ordinary routine prescribing. Master J.A.F., 8 1/2 years old, was brought to me in January 1950. Chief Complaint-Recurrent attacks of tonsillitis. Family History-Both parents living and well. Past Personal History-Normal birth; dentition delayed; … Read more

NON-CAUSALITY AS A UNIFYING PRINCIPLE OF PSYCHOSOMATICS-SULPHUR

Read before the Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, I.H.A., July 1, 1953. EDWARD C. WHITMONT, M.D.   AUTHORS NOTE-I believe I should say this before I give you this rather long and formidable paper. It consists of two parts. The first part deals with the general application of a scientific principle-which I think is as important … Read more