News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • January 17, 2016 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news The fit flapper. Slaying the rubella dragon. Subversive flour sacks of thanks. Shocking satire of the 18th century. A brief history of American lotteries. Why are popular history books popular? Hershey’s chocolate-scented POW camp. The power of long hair in the Victorian Era. The first artificial insemination was an ethical nightmare. The medical civil rights movement and access to health care. The secret history of cowboy socialism (Sorry, Ammon Bundy.) Blending religion, modernism, and suburbia in 1950s churches. Scholars have found the site of the Salem witch trial executions. The last known survivor of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake has died. The economical impact of having a dad who was drafted in the Vietnam War.