News Round Up Sunday Morning Medicine By Jacqueline Antonovich • February 17, 2019 Sharing TwitterFacebook A weekly check-up of gender, medicine, and history in the news WWII and drug prevention. Rethinking love and autism. Do aphrodisiacs really work? So who really was Queen Anne? Eugenic love in the Progressive Era. A teenage social revolution in your pocket. 8 daring female entrepreneurs from history. Sperm banks, DNA testing, and donor privacy. Female slaveholders and equal-opportunity evil. Walking the runway with metastatic breast cancer. The enslaved people who lived with Abigail Adams. Just for fun: 10 awkward personal ads from yesteryear. The unethical behavior of forensic dentists at the border. Historians fight back as TV raids their research treasures. The secret court transcripts of America’s last mass lynching. Searching for the familiar in early photos of L.A. and San Francisco.