News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • April 3, 2016 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Art from the Holocaust. Harvard’s eugenics era. Women didn’t just march. Why slaves’ graves matter. A history of baby swaddling. Lead poisoning: Then and now. The peculiar history of life insurance. Historical and traditional birthing positions. The forgotten female action starts of the 1910s. Archeologists dig at the childhood home of Malcolm X. Why does sugar in cornbread divide races in the South? The global rent-a-womb industry is starting to crumble. The cervical cap in the women’s health movement, 1976-1988. Was indecent exposure the way to resolve a workplace dispute? Victorian doctors thought reading novels made women incurably insane.