News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • January 27, 2013 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news. Successful and schizophrenic. Holocaust archive reunites families. The unexpectedly fascinating history of the stethoscope. The biggest poisoning in history. 16th century warfare apparently included cats . . .with bombs attached to their backs. America’s long and complicated history with guns. Is an antibiotic apocalypse imminent? We can now encode Shakespeare in DNA (How cool and weird is that?). Scientists tell us: Sex with condoms is pleasurable. Did the pro-life movement cause an increase in single moms? What did they do with all of the booze during Prohibition? London’s historic blue plaques are in danger. DNA study links Native Americans to Beijing. Nearly half of U.S. children are undervaccinated. In drinking news: Is “breaking the seal” a myth? UK garden stepping stone turns out to be an ancient Sri Lankan artifact.