EDITORIAL


A new homoeopathic medical journal has been received from London. The name of this journal is Health Through Homoeopathy (incorporating Homoeopathy), and it is published by the British Homoeopathic Association. The editorial board is composed of Mrs. Thelma H. Benjamin, Editor; H.E. Powell-Jones, Chairman; E. Ford Duncanson, D.S.C., JP.; C. E. Wheeler, M.D.; and W.L. Templeton, M.D. This new publication is a lay journal and is being published so as to be of especial interest to lay people.


A new homoeopathic medical journal has been received from London. The name of this journal is Health Through Homoeopathy (incorporating Homoeopathy), and it is published by the British Homoeopathic Association. The editorial board is composed of Mrs. Thelma H. Benjamin, Editor; H.E. Powell-Jones, Chairman; E. Ford Duncanson, D.S.C., JP.; C. E. Wheeler, M.D.; and W.L. Templeton, M.D. This new publication is a lay journal and is being published so as to be of especial interest to lay people.

The name, Health Through Homoeopathy, is certainly a very attractive name and should appeal to the lay public. It is will edited and this new journal should be well received by the people for whom it is primarily intended. The Homoeopathic Recorder wishes it great success and prosperity in its new under-taking in these trying times.

The Homoeopathic Recorder is very sorry, however, to learn that Homoeopathy has been discontinued. We considered Homoeopathy as one of the best journals of pure homoeopathy published and it is certainly a real loss to homoeopathy to have it discontinued. Homoeopathy has been very ably and successfully published during the past eleven years by one of the grandest, greatest and most beloved homoeopathic teachers and writers of the present day, Dr. Margaret L. Tyler. We sincerely hope that she will continue in this field of work even though Homoeopathy is no longer published.–A.D.S.

Eugene Underhill