JOM – Volume 4, Number 2, 1975

JOM – Volume 4, Number 2, 1975 2020-02-07T10:34:33+00:00

Articles:

Medical Research Leading to the Acceptance of the Orthomolecular Approach

Roger J. Williams

Medical Amelioration of Down’s Syndrome Incorporating the Orthomolecular Approach

Henry Turkel, B.A., M.A. (D.Sc.), M.D.

Pangamic Acid

Allan Cott, MLD.

The Vitamin D-Problem An Important Lesson in Orthomolecular Medicine

J.Y. Moon, B.S., and CJ. Reich, M.D.

Can Nutrients Restore Mental Health?

Unabelle Boggs Blackwood, Ph.D.

The Nature of Cure (How the Definition of the Patient Differs from that of the Psychiatrist)

Polyamine Levels in Jail Inmates

C. Groesbeck, M.A., B. D’Asaro, M.N.S., and C. Nigro

The Electroencephalogram: Pre- and Post-Evaluations in Variable Somatic Therapies

Alfred E. Eyres, M.D.Juanita Gendernelle, R.N.,and Margaret DeGuvara, R.N.

Lipid Chemistry and the Psychiatric Patient

Alan I. Fleischman, Ph.D., F.A.I. C., W. H. Philpott, M.D. and G. von Hilsheimer, B.D.,
L. Moore, M.Sc, P.N. Milner, M.A., and S.D.KIotz, M.D.

 

Book Reviews:

PSYCHODIETETICS – by E. Cheraskin and Wm. Ringsdorf, Jr.
THE MIRACLE OF SHOCK TREATMENT – by Robert E. Peck
MODELS OF MADNESS, MODELS OF MEDICINE – by M. Siegler and H. Osmond
AN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY – by R.H. Rech and K.E. Moore,
A. Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D.

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