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Mila Daskalova 8h
Great project by Julian Chehirian! His thoughts on the biomedical model ruling socialist psychiatry also apply to current understandings of mental illness... “Excavating the Psyche: A Social History of Psychiatry in Bulgaria”
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Sylvia Prince Sep 17
I was recently explaining bloodletting to my 5 year old (as one does), and she said it makes sense, because your body makes new blood so you have to get rid of the old blood. Yes, turns out I'm raising a medieval physician.
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Kristiane Hasselmann 1h
Doctor and Patient in Graeco-Roman, Early Christian, and Jewish Texts of Antiquity / 07–08 October 2019 / Conference in coop. with Theological Faculty and Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU). Program:
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Jakub Kw 23h
"lung masturbation" -> I've just learned that that's how one Nazi-era German physician described smoking, and I though you all deserve to know😜
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Jaipreet Virdi 20h
At an antique store. I should definitely get this anatomy kit, right friends??
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Past Medical History Sep 19
A vintage French poster demonstrating the anatomy of the head and neck.
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Iain Sturges Sep 18
Wondering if anyone had any advice about extended archive trips to London (week/2weeks). Especially cost saving hints, as I need to pay in advance before reclaiming from RC
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Past Medical History 10h
of the liver from Johannes Sobotta's atlas of human anatomy, 1st published in 1904
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Geoffrey Kaye Museum Sep 20
About to hear about the history of family planning services in Tasmania
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OldOperatingTheatre Sep 21
For our are you team blue or team green? Choose!!! 😉😁
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Lucy Sep 18
I heard "Bad Medicine" on the radio & am now wondering if I can include medieval/modern lovesickness in my survey... with opera, of course.
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Lyss Sep 20
“Man's Usefulness Ends Not in Death, 1901." Cadaver dissection photography is so interesting.
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A.J. Wright 21h
Saturday Vintage Book Cover: This paperback published in 1959 probably under a pseudonym; I've found only one other title and nothing about the author &
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Dr Victoria Leonard Sep 18
Today I learnt that a fistula is 'A long, narrow, suppurating canal of morbid origin in some part of the body'. And that if you shorten Ianuarius, it's Ian! How's your day been?
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A.J. Wright 4h
1885 Sept 22: Film director, actor, producer Eric von Stroheim born Best known film probably "Greed" [1924] based on a Frank Norris novel. Follows the life & love of the dentist McTeague in San Francisco
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Health & Society Program Sep 15
Interesting t/s position at NYU's Gallatin School
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Jaipreet Virdi 19h
Update: I got her! She's in good company in my office along with my other treasures.
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A.J. Wright Sep 21
1952 Sept 21: At a medical meeting Virginia Apgar made the first formal presentation of her newborn scoring system
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Past Medical History Sep 20
Factory producing in 1941
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Geoffrey Kaye Museum Sep 20
Hanging out with crew at COMA Hobart talking all things
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