News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • August 23, 2015 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news A social history of Jello-salad. Denver’s barbecue riot of 1898. How air conditioning changed the NICU. Awesome men’s fashion from the 1970s. Queer female desire in letters to Dr. Kinsey. Diary of a 19th-century asylum superintendent. 16 “spiffy” words college students used in 1916. Everything you know about the chastity belt is a lie. The strange saga of George Washington’s bedpan. Watermelons looked very different in the 17th century. 15 historic diseases that competed with the bubonic plague. The anxiety over Tinder is part of a long history of sex panics. Selling American women on the first at-home pregnancy tests. How lesbians cared for and fought for gay men during the AIDS crisis.