News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • December 16, 2012 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news. What’s in your belly button? (Hint: ewww…gross.) The forgotten history of 20th century drugs. The history of female genital mutilation. The nautical roots of the modern tattoo. The troubled history behind the stolen babies of Spain. 1860s fundraising efforts for emancipated slaves. 18th century woodworking shop discovered. 100 years later, scientists hope to solve the “Piltdown Man” hoax. Early Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale discovered. Archeologists discover ancient evidence of cheese-making. (Mmmm…ancient cheese.) What’s the best history book of 2012? You can vote on the finalists. Just for fun – Historical reenactors caught off-guard. The tragic story behind one woman’s struggle with persistant genital arousal disorder. Did slave labor play a part in creating the Smithsonian Castle? The War on Christmas – circa 1912. Controversial MLK inscription to be removed. Human-Neanderthal sex is a tricky thing to prove. The history of AIDS.