News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • September 29, 2013 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Horseless carriages of the 1820s. Illustrations from the the Soviet Hobbit. The history of the prisoner’s “last meal.” The 8 types of drunken women, circa 1795. Victorian teacups with built-in mustache guards. The one true cause of all disease (all 52 of them). Masturbation advice for girls in 1918 (Hint: It’s bad). A creepy old photo I.D. card for a ventriloquist dummy. The Black 14: Race, Politics, Religion and Wyoming Football . Before there was PTSD, there was “Combat Fatigue Irritability.” “No Race Suicide in Utah!”: Eugenics, race, and a 1907 postcard. And finally, 14 cats from the 1800s who are having a way worse day than you are.