News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • November 16, 2014 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news The strange dating games of 1914. The evolution of the doctor’s office. The men who built the Berlin Wall. Dress designs lost in the Holocaust. Are your medical records top secret? How Kodak set the skin-tone standard. On chewing gum and the history of surgery. Meet the world’s foremost bedpan collector. It’s official: Mormon founder had forty wives. That time when we almost nuked North Carolina. A city that’s painting its streets with historical creeks. Researchers study poisoned Michiganders 40 years later. A history of religious exemptions for children’s medical care. How 19th-century doctors used photography for difficult cases. Read the uncensored “suicide letter” the FBI sent to Martin Luther King Jr.