Circulating Now welcomes guest bloggers Laura C. Manella and Gregory K. Roa from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) to celebrate the
By Anne Rothfeld Want an intriguing dessert from the past to satisfy your present day holiday palate? Serve the syllabub: a cream-based treat, mixed with
by Erika Mills Every two years, the Olympics Games make heroes out of the world’s athletic elite. Champions win worldwide fame, admiration, and influence along
By Anne Rothfeld The dandelion—a quaint, yellow-flowered, perennial herb loathed by homeowners and gardeners—was once praised for its many useful properties: its roots for medicinal
By Anne Rothfeld ~ Looking for a festive drink with historical origins? Prepare a pitcher of shrub to serve when guests arrive.
By Jeffrey S. Reznick More than a colorful image of the Marvel Comics superhero Captain America, this poster offers a serious public health message: “Some
By Erika Mills For some, the word “biotechnology” conjures images like super crops and cloned sheep—things created in a laboratory by manipulating DNA. While many