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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The art of smallpox.
-Acupuncture in Victorian England.
-Are gerbils to blame for the Black Death?
-The strange history of Iceland's beer ban.
-The truth about the Sound of Music family.
-The SNCC teenagers who changed America.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-7 vintage suffrage valentines.
-15 old-fashioned compliments.
-Jewish life in the American city.
-The mysterious "Zep" love potion.
-The unknown history of Latino lynchings.
-The town destroyed to stop racial mixing.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The complex history of pain.
-Beauty spots and French Pox.
-AIDS and African American History.
-President Ford and the tamale incident.
-The history behind General Tso and his chicken.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Trans* history in Early America.
-Could this virus be good for you?
-History's worst diet: the tapeworm.
-The controversial history of skim milk.
-The stalking of an American President.
-Capitalism plus dope equals genocide.
-Recreating ancient Pompeii with legos.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-CSI: Alexander.
-How ebola research has faltered.
-Remembering Soviet space dogs.
-When 18th-century doctors fight.
-Bestiality in the time of smallpox.
-The cost of death in the 19th century.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Let's go to the circus!
-The last Victorian has died.
-Flu precautions then and now.
-How I became a food historian.
-A fascinating history of diabetes.
-Plantation becomes slavery museum.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

The birth of pulp fiction.
By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Historical House Hunters.
-Vintage roller derby photos.
-A "Wii Fit" for your vagina?
-How not to dress like a Puritan.
-British farmer forced to kill Nazi cows.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Love in post-war Italy.
-Frederick Douglass in Ireland.
-1930s predictions for the future.
-A Selma landmark sits in shambles.
-The Census Bureau angers academics.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The Christmas truce of 1914.
-Did Nazis celebrate Christmas?
-The not-so-nice history of nutmeg.
-The healing power of donkey milk?
-The newest hangover cure: IV drips.
-Ayn Rand, Communism, and the FBI.

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Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The Harrison Act at 100.
-The history behind Monopoly.
-Sitting in radioactive dirt in the 1950s.
-20 disgusting vintage holiday recipes.
-Med students translate Ferguson jargon.

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