News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • February 15, 2015 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news 7 vintage suffrage valentines. 15 old-fashioned compliments. Jewish life in the American city. The mysterious “Zep” love potion. The unknown history of Latino lynchings. The town destroyed to stop racial mixing. The bizarre tradition of vinegar valentines. The surprising story of the first blood transfusion. The chimp & the surgeon: a history of heart transplants. History of lynchings project documents over 4,000 names. Where do negative stereotypes about feminists come from? Proposal for a theme park draws from Crimea’s distant past. An oral history of Laurel Canyon, the 60s and 70s music mecca. Box Brown, Spotwood Rice, and other uncelebrated historical figures. Grave cages, medical murder, and body-snatching in 19th-century Scotland.
Great inclusions this week, one of the best SMM posts yet. Thanks
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Nursing Clio has put together a great Sunday Morning Medicine for this week. I especially like the pieces on negative feminist stereotypes, racial intolerance in South Africa, and the photos associated with the Laurel Canyon article- made me wish I still had my bell-bottom jeans.
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