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by Marysue Schaffer - November 30, 2010
Tuberculosis was rampant among poor families in congested cities, including St. Louis, in the early 1900’s. If one family member became contagious, the rest of the household frequently developed active infections. Undernourished children...
by Marysue Schaffer - October 1, 2010
Ancient medical writings used the major languages of their time – often Arabic, Greek, or Latin. During the nineteenth century, German was the predominant carrier for mainstream medical literature, although many important works were...
by Marysue Schaffer - September 22, 2010
People often assume that everyone else sees the world in the same way that they do, not just figuratively but also literally – the sky is blue, the setting sun is red, the bright yellow of a