News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • July 26, 2015 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Hats off to women who saved the birds. The fluidity of marriage in Islamic history. It’s finally legal to bitch about Anne Boleyn. A 1950s safety guidebook for black travelers. How learning to swim has changed over time. A yiddish vegetarian cookbook from the 1930s. The first electric cars were considered “ladylike.” The ancient city where people decided to eat chicken. Rainbow plaques: Mapping New York’s LGBT history. “All hell will break loose”: The short history of IVF panic. DNA matches Amazon groups to indigenous Australians. Actually, the oldest Qur’ans are in Syria – and they’re in danger. Healing spas and ugly clubs: How Victorians taught us to treat people with disabilities.