News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • November 4, 2012 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news. Handy tips for your annual James K. Polk party. How WWII GI’s shaped Britain’s view of America. Colonial bones and Hurricane Sandy. New Deal utopian town turns 75. Cave from Island of the Blue Dolphins located. Archeologists uncover Europe’s oldest prehistoric town. The health risks of Hurricane Sandy. The drug-induced hallucinations of Dr. Oliver Sacks. An important (and huge) digitization project underway in New Orleans. A cool chart depicting the history of film! Radiolab shows us how not to conduct an oral history. The American Antiquarian Society turns 200. The day the Mississippi ran backwards. Adventures in Feministory. A new approach to stem mumps outbreaks. A controversial “cure” for multiple sclerosis.