News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • March 15, 2015 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Hair care in 1918. Young, black, and Victorian. Black women who changed history. Gay semiotics in 1970s San Francisco. Early modern eyebrow interpretations. Japanese American resistance during WWII. What happened to America’s first Muslims? The Scottish spy who stole China’s tea empire. Did Mr. Darcy make his fortune from slavery? Museum asks visitors to listen to the buildings. The Los Angeles disaster that killed 600 people. The many faces of mothers in Georgian England. How one woman eventually founded Smith College. You probably can’t pass Thomas Edison’s employment test. The most important story you’ll read all week: The Forgotten History of Taco Bell.