News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • November 23, 2014 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Practicing narrative medicine. When Thanksgiving was weird. How do you memorialize a mob? Theories of the first topsy-turvy dolls. A November feast in medieval Europe. The ethics of healthcare worker strikes. Why no one can design a better speculum. Who owns the rights to this famous photo? The struggle to safeguard Flight 93 artifacts. How Los Angeles neighborhoods got their names. 48 trans women and men who changed the world. In the hospital, there’s no such thing as lesbian knee. The French are upset about this history-based video game. A real-life Ron Burgundy: A 1970s male reporter’s take on women’s rights. Long before Ferguson, authorities feared riots at King’s March on Washington.