MACHINE MEDICINE
Aug22

MACHINE MEDICINE

     In a recent editorial the Medical Brief spoke of the drift toward State medicine, and showed the dangers of the same. The State has no more right to interfere in medicine than in religion, yet if we do not look out we shall have State medicine, nevertheless. A bill has been introduced into congress recently to incorporate the American Medical Association, giving it the power to make laws, rules and...

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THE MNEMONIC SIMILIAD

This little book, from the pen of Dr. Stacy jones and the press of Boerick & Tafel, while it presents no new medical matter, does possess the distinguishing merit of presenting an old and hoary series of facts in a new and taking dress. Dr. Jones, who has been “guilty” of other little novel ways of breaking into the monotony of materia medica writings, gives us the leading remedies of Homoeopathy, each with a little...

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BACILLINUM

Some five years ago I had under my care a boy about fifteen years of age, who was taken with pleurisy on the left side. The pulse was about 120 and temperature about 104. He was doing as well as could be expected under the remedies used, as the pulse had come down to about 90 and temperature 100, when he had a relapse from some cause, probably from a drought. His temperature then went to 103 and he commenced to show symptoms in a...

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CRATAEGUS OXYACANTHA
Aug19

CRATAEGUS OXYACANTHA

     Now I don’t propose to simply give you the indications for the drug, as the books do, excellent through they be, but rather what I have myself learned of it by actual experience. For the past three years I have been studying and testing Crataegus, and have arrived at the conclusion that it is the medicine par excellence in nearly all heart affections. I do not mean at all that it will take the place of the many other grand...

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Homeopathic Fellowship Course
Aug17

Homeopathic Fellowship Course

20 Fellowship certificate programs in Homoeopathy by Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University Jabalpur For a long time, the need of such fellowship courses was felt in the field of homeopathic medicine so that the homeopathic practitioner could get practical knowledge of different clinical and administrative subjects along with theory. The fellowship courses are for upgrading the skills of a homeopathic physician. Additionally, you...

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ECHINACEA IN FURUNCLES
Aug10

ECHINACEA IN FURUNCLES

      There are probably few things that, in proportion to their size, can be the cause of such discomfort to the patient as the little inflammatory processes known as furuncles, which are frequently encountered in the external auditory canal. Whether the furuncles have been produced by an infection from the edge of the fingernail or from thee use of such articles as hair-pins, toothpicks, etc., introduced into the canal in order to...

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APOCYNUM CANNABINUM
Aug08

APOCYNUM CANNABINUM

This is one of our indigenous drugs that seems to have been almost forgotten by the majority of physicians in the rush for something new; it has not received the careful study and proving that it deserves.      During the past winter I have prescribed it in several cases of albuminuria presenting the following symptoms: Pulse, rapid but lacked strength; temperature, in the morning below, and dirty white coat on tongue; stomach and...

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THAT NAUGHTY GERM
Aug07

THAT NAUGHTY GERM

     Of late our ears are never permitted to rest from the omnipresent sound of this helpless and innocent individual. At every street corner, and almost in our morning cup of coffee, we are constantly reminded that we are in deadly peril from its ravages, until the query arises as to whether life is worth the trouble it would take, if anybody were so silly as to attempt to escape by following thee vague, various...

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PSORINUM

 The Psorinum patient is pale, exhausted and thin; his body as well as all his secretions and excretions have an unusually filthy smell, he seems never to have washed himself; but although averse to bathing, it is not as in the Sulphur case, because he is averse to water, but rather for the reason that he is averse to cold of every description; so much so that the phrase, “He wears a fur cap in summer time,” has been coined; the...

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THE FUNCTION OF THE APPENDIX

Sir William Mac Ewen, M.D., Glasgow, Fellow of the Royal Society, and Professor of surgery in the University of Glasgow, has recently come forward with a drastic enunciation of the fad of appendectomy, which has been rapidly increasing within the past ten years. Professor Mac Ewen has exceptional opportunity for the observation of the function of the cecum and appendix, and he finds ample ground for the conclusion that the cecum is,...

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