News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • February 23, 2014 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Very awkward vintage ads. Mark Twain’s advice to little girls. 23 amazing Black History Tumblrs. 9 beautiful buildings we tore down. What Honest Abe’s appetite can tell us. Was knitting a secret weapon in WWII? Dr. Seuss’ very interesting hat collection. Help the OED trace these WWI terms. Gender, race, and rape in the Civil War. Outdated advice from Seventeen magazine. Vintage douche applicator found in NYC Hall. Should baby boys and girls get different formula? Vintage photos of black nurses from around the world. It’s more dangerous to get an abortion in the movies than in real life.
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Regarding the ‘boy milk v girl milk’ article, you may like to check out Katie Hinde’s own blog: http://mammalssuck.blogspot.com.au for more information about the research. Some of the recent media coverage has been pretty sensationalised, so if you want to know more, direct from the source may be your best bet. The article you linked to was OK, apart from the clickbait headline.