News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • July 21, 2013 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news. Kosher lube is a thing now! Excellent salad advice from 1699. Disability activism through beer? The female fighter pilots of WWII. How depression went mainstream. The delightful history of paper dolls. The summer of ’69 in New York City. How a wife should undress, circa 1930s. 1905 film captures newly-opened NYC subway. 20 gorgeous travel posters from the early-20th century. South Carolina botches a tuberculosis outbreak. Sanford, Florida has a racist past (way before Zimmerman). 1960s celebrities tell teens how to be feminine. Washington DC could have looked very different. You might want to avoid having sex with creatures from the future. And finally . . . John Lennon and The Fonz.