Category: News Round Up

Sunday Morning Medicine

The birth of pulp fiction.
By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Historical House Hunters.
-Vintage roller derby photos.
-A “Wii Fit” for your vagina?
-How not to dress like a Puritan.
-British farmer forced to kill Nazi cows.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Love in post-war Italy.
-Frederick Douglass in Ireland.
-1930s predictions for the future.
-A Selma landmark sits in shambles.
-The Census Bureau angers academics.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The Christmas truce of 1914.
-Did Nazis celebrate Christmas?
-The not-so-nice history of nutmeg.
-The healing power of donkey milk?
-The newest hangover cure: IV drips.
-Ayn Rand, Communism, and the FBI.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The Harrison Act at 100.
-The history behind Monopoly.
-Sitting in radioactive dirt in the 1950s.
-20 disgusting vintage holiday recipes.
-Med students translate Ferguson jargon.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Sinister Santas.
-The Titanic of the Golden Gate.
-A Victorian sanitary picture book.
-Ebola, women, and the risk of care.
-What books did WWII soldiers read?
-Sex, public memory, and Aaron Burr.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-AIDS history: I want more!
-Remembering Pearl Harbor.
-When disability and race intersect.
-Remember the 1990s power lines panic?
-A presidential daughter you could pick on.
-A history of health disparities in Ferguson.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Plague riddled pigeons.
-What did Gettysburg smell like?
-Airport food used to be a big deal.
-Remember the Sand Creek Massacre.
-Mass imprisonment and public health.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Practicing narrative medicine.
-When Thanksgiving was weird.
-How do you memorialize a mob?
-Theories of the first topsy-turvy dolls.
-A November feast in medieval Europe.
-The ethics of healthcare worker strikes.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The strange dating games of 1914.
-The evolution of the doctor’s office.
-The men who built the Berlin Wall.
-Dress designs lost in the Holocaust.
-Are your medical records top secret?
-How Kodak set the skin-tone standard.

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-Historiography via Ebony.
-The rise and rise of sexology.
-A brief history of the tampon.
-Video chatting with Communists.
-A history of religion and cosmetics.