News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • September 30, 2012 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news. Nazi-acquired Buddha statue came from space (Now there’s a headline I thought I’d never write). The best college prank ever happened in the 1790s (and involved bat poop). Bonnie and Clyde guns go up for auction. A short history of banning coffee. Mitt Romney’s campaign promise: No more Lyme Disease! Gay couples get new immigration guidelines. Collect opium antiques? You may want to read this. The greatest hits in contraception history. To sit or squat on the toilet – A medical debate. Vaccine opt-out rate is high in private schools. The history of women and jury duty. Before-and-after photos of women in corsets. Does Facebook know you’re pregnant before your friends and family? Should the Apollo Moon Landing site become a National Historic Landmark?