Feminist activists and women’s organizations have been involved in health care reform debates in the U.S. for over a century.
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Russell M. Franks, Librarian for Special and Archival Collections at the Phillips Memorial Library, Providence College, who relates some of
By Elizabeth Fee In the two decades after World War II, America’s medical libraries were in very poor shape. Funding for medical research and education
NLM’s newest Profiles in Science site features Congressman John Edward Fogarty (1913–1967), who was called “Mr. Public Health” for his dedication to increased federal funding
By Susan Speaker In January of 1941, a twenty-seven year old Rhode Island bricklayer named John Edward Fogarty began his first term in the U.S.
By Susan Speaker May 17-23 is EMS Week—and you know what that means! Or maybe you don’t. If you’ve never had your life or that