News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • January 1, 2017 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Fungi and witchcraft. Old-time Hucksterism. Whimsical anatomy drawings. Irish medical migration during WWI. Where’s the sex ed for disabled kids? “Jingle Bells” is not a Christmas song. Policing acid house parties in the 1980s. Doctors confirm 200-year-old diagnosis. How anxiety got rebranded as depression. The instruction of young ladies in early America. 11 female abstract expressionists you should know. Paris is Burning added to the National Film Registry. The CDC’s new quarantine rule could violate civil liberties. Diaries shed new light on suffering during siege of Leningrad. Princess Leia’s iconic hairstyle was inspired by a Mexican revolutionary.
This Twitter thread gives some more context to the Hopi inspiration for Princess Leia, with some convincing photographic evidence: https://twitter.com/aurabogado/status/814333284813410304