Oct
10

#InclusionWorks: How do you collect a stare?

#InclusionWorks: How do you collect a stare?

Katherine Ott is the curator of Science and Medicine at the American History Museum. She researches and oversees collections that attest to our changing perceptions of wellness, illness and bodily difference. For part two of our series highlighting Disability Employment Awareness Month, Max Kibblewhite spent some time with Ott to learn more about how notions of disability are reflected in our collections. Continue reading #InclusionWorks: How do you collect a stare?

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Jan
29

When the cure is worse than the disease: Six cold and flu remedies you’re not taking today (for good reason)

When the cure is worse than the disease: Six cold and flu remedies you’re not taking today (for good reason)

Cold and flu season got you down? How about an hallucinogenic nasal powder or an ipecac laxative for those aches and pains? Continue reading When the cure is worse than the disease: Six cold and flu remedies you’re not taking today (for good reason)

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