ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA
Oct04

ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA

Horace T. Dodge, M.D., Denver, Colorado      There are many varieties of echinacea, and some are inert; but if a reliable preparation of the angustifolia is obtained the results from its administration will be highly gratifying. It is indigenous to Northern and Central United States, and the most desirable specimens are found in Nebraska, the home of the introduce. It has long been used for medicinal purposes, and has been handed down...

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A CASE OF MISTAKEN DIAGNOSIS

By W.S. Moat, M.D. Mrs. B. Brought her unmarried daughter, aged about twenty-six, to my office of examination on June 6th, 1896, and made the following statement: She has been sick about nine years, has consulted, been examined and treated by no less than twenty-two doctors, including the staff of two hospitals one in the State of New York and one in the City of Philadelphia. They all say she has a very large fibroid abdominal tumor...

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MAN-MADE QUARANTINE LAWS

By John F. Edgar, M.D. Have you ever considered why the worst kind of contagious and infectious conditions – Syphilis and gonorrhoeoa – were not included in the list?       Could there be any more heinous contagiousness or infectiousness?      Does it compare with the eruptive abnormalities, differentiated as variola, scarlatina, measles, et al., in far reaching, destructive conditions, which it produces,...

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THE ADVANTAGES OF THE ADIRONDACK CLIMATE AND THE RESULTS SECURED IN OUTDOOR AND SANITARIUM TREATMENT

By J. Henry Hallock, M.D., Saranac Lake, N.Y.      It is with pleasure that I comply with Dr. Smith’s request for a paper upon the above subjects, and though “there is nothing new under the sun” and it seems doubly true of the threadbare subject of tuberculosis, yet located as we are at Saranac Lake, where hundreds of patients are under observation at all times during the year, a few ideas gained from such experience may be of...

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RHEUMATIC ENDOCARDITIS
Sep27

RHEUMATIC ENDOCARDITIS

By F.W. Winter, M.D.      The selection of this topic was made from the fact that frequently too little attention is given by physicians to the subject of rheumatism in children, especially since it manifests itself in different forms, and these different manifestations extend over such varying periods of time that we do not see the relation existing between them, ascribe them to temporary superficial causes merely, and thus fail to...

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