Brenes-Salazar, Jorge. A.
Factors Influencing Rehabilitation of British Soldiers after World War I.
du Feu, Jenny
A Desire to Control: Contraception throughout the ages.
Docimasia Pulmonum Hydrostatica: From Galen to Ploucquet and back again.
Stanifer, John W.
Morgellons: An old disease or just a borrowed name?
An Open Letter to (Future) Clinician-Historians: On the relevance of the American Association for the History of Medicine.
Ehrenberger, Kristen Ann
The Greeks May Have the Last Word, Who Has the First?
Martin, Elliott B. Jr.
The Brain as Material and/or Idea? Metaphor and representation in early modern cell doctrine.
An Early Hope of Psychopharmacology: Bromide treatment in turn-of-the-twentieth-century psychiatry.
The Dead Ringer: Medicine, Poe, and the fear of premature burial.
The Mosquito of High Crimes: The campaign against Yellow Fever during the American construction of the Panama Canal, 1904-1905
Freeman, Alexandra H.
The Influence of European Medical Texts on Colonial New England Medicine.
Sir Patrick Manson and Sir Ronald Ross' Struggle for the Malaria Breakthrough.
Florence Nightingale: Nursing, lifestyle, and her influence on and inter-relationships with women.
Forensic Medicine in Western Society: A History
Postmortem: How medical examiners explain suspicious deaths.
Novel Notions: Medical discourse and the mapping of the imagination in eighteenth-century English Fiction.
Different Truths: Ethnomedicine in Early Postcards
Degnan, Andrew J.