By Tannaz Motevalli, Sarah Eilers, Laura Hartman, and Erika Mills In the previous blog post “Data Science in Politics of Yellow Fever: Medical Research Before
When data is processed and analyzed it becomes actionable information.
Mosquito control education materials from the early 20th century—from changing the landscape to chemical insecticides.
An interview with the curator of the newest exhibition at NLM, which explores how Philadelphia’s anxious residents responded to the epidemic using an uneasy blend of science and politics.
Historical medical journals provide unique perspectives on the development of expert understanding of transmission, morbidity, and impact during an epidemic. Examining the ways that medical
Historical medical journals provide unique perspectives on the development of expert understanding of transmission, morbidity, and impact during an epidemic.
By Susan L. Speaker and Christie Moffatt ~ In October 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared the current opioid epidemic a
By Ashley Bowen ~ Late February and early March marks the 100th anniversary of the Spanish flu’s appearance in the United States. Although the 1918
On January 28-30, 2018, the National Library of Medicine will host “Viral Networks: A Workshop in the Digital Humanities and Medical History” funded by the
By Ashley Bowen ~ United States Public Health Service (USPHS) officers stationed in the San Francisco Bay complained about the rain and deer eating the