By Ginny A. Roth ~ This early 1980s-era poster from NHLBI, NIH features Ashe promoting good heart health.
Posts highlighting the historical collections of the National Library of Medicine
How to… in the historical collections of NLM
By Michael Sappol The “how to” is an ancient genre. There are Egyptian how-to texts (in hieroglyphics) on how to prepare mummies; Sumerian how-tos (in
By George(’s Teeth)!
By Erika Mills Greetings from the Exhibition Program! Just in time for our country’s celebration of independence, Circulating Now has been unleashed and we’re eager
Jefferson Makes a Declaration
By Ginny A. Roth ~ Welcome to Circulating Now’s weekly Photo Feature. Every week we will feature an image from the History of Medicine Division
Franklin and the Nation’s First Hospital
By Michael North A Curator’s Welcome Here at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), it is my responsibility to oversee the Library’s special collection of
A Relic of Gettysburg and Cycloramas Past
by Michael Sappol Once upon a time, long before immersive video games, the History Channel and IMAX cinema, History was Big, heroic, epic, and full
Welcome to Circulating Now
By Jeffrey S. Reznick Welcome to Circulating Now, the new blog of the History of Medicine Division of the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM),