Morgellons: An old disease or just a borrowed name?
Docimasia Pulmonum Hydrostatica: From Galen to Ploucquet and back again.
A Desire to Control: Contraception throughout the ages.
An Open Letter to (Future) Clinician-Historians: On the relevance of the American Association for the History of Medicine.
Ehrenberger, Kristen Ann
Florence Nightingale: Nursing, lifestyle, and her influence on and inter-relationships with women.
An Early Hope of Psychopharmacology: Bromide treatment in turn-of-the-twentieth-century psychiatry.
The Brain as Material and/or Idea? Metaphor and representation in early modern cell doctrine.
Novel Notions: Medical discourse and the mapping of the imagination in eighteenth-century English Fiction.
Postmortem: How medical examiners explain suspicious deaths.