News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • January 15, 2017 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news Native foods and the colonial gaze. Sick servants in early modern Britain. The road to health and happiness, 1937. The myth of Native American alcoholism. How the microscope changed everything. How to cure a headache in Mesopotamia. The Japanese art of grieving a miscarriage. The grim, awful vision of the city of the future. Passions flare over memory of Manhattan Project. The family tragedy that inspired the Brontë sisters. Gilmore Girls, Silvia Plath, and mental health stigma. Private, public, and vigilante violence in slave societies. The faces of long-gone women tell a new story about a Kansas prison. Unpublished research data raises concerns over morning sickness drug.