EDITORIAL. These names have been selected by Dr. Bond after careful consideration of their qualification and we feel assured that we can anticipate an interesting and worth while program. All members of the I.H.A. are urged to co-operate to the fullest extent with the Bureau Chairmen when asked to prepare papers for presentation in June.
CENCHRIS CONTORTRIX. The Copperhead, being native to North America, especially to the Eastern half of the United States, should have special value to the ills of the people who reside in the same area. No doubt, if its characteristic symptoms were better known, it would be more commonly used with advantage.
NEW REMEDIES AND NEW ASPECTS OF OLD REMEDIES. In crude laboratory experiments on rats, a highly interesting result was obtained, proving its intricate tie up with the vital processes of life. Those members of a litter that were given regulated doses of this drug obtained a life span one third greater than those of the same litter not receiving the drug.
HEADACHE-BILIOUSNESS. The permanent cure in this case was evidently due to the constitutional prescription. The cure was very simple and nature adapted her mode of treatment to the necessities of an exceptional constitution as soon as the remedial stimulus (Nux vomica) exhibited it s action. The over-section of bile had become a habit but had no facility of exertion.
MIRACULOUS ACTION OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN. The right homoeopathic remedy in ringworm is a pleasure to behold in its action. It makes impression on the patient because he can watch as well as feel the improvement. Natrum mur., Sep., Sil., Tell., and Tub. b. have been my sheet anchors. They are all great enemies of the lowly fungus. Sep and Sil. have been especially useful in “athletic feets.”