For many people today, the outdoors’ tranquility and expansiveness serves as a tonic to calm nerves and revive energy.
By Michael Sappol Deformed unfortunates trudge back and forth, in a darkly-lit procession, over a map of Great Britain as the soundtrack sounds anxious notes
The atomic bomb exploded over Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. In this report issued in November 1945, Japanese army doctors labored to describe what they had seen and done.
By Michael Rhode, with Michael Sappol Essay originally published in Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine, 2011. Watch the films now on NLM’s Medical
By Michael Sappol Inside Out, Pixar’s latest hit animated feature, is mainly set on the inside of a young girl’s brain. Riley, an eleven-year-old, is
On May 7, 2015, the National Library of Medicine will host a special program, “A History of the Food and Drugs Act Notices of Judgment–From
By Sarah Eilers ~ It’s a black and white film, but it’s the white that overwhelms. A carpet of snow beneath Nordic pines, white uniforms
By James Labosier A new archival collection, The John F. Fulton papers (1929–1953), is now available at the National Library of Medicine for those interested in World
By Elizabeth Fee Once Einstein became famous, people would stop him in the street and cry out: “Professor Einstein!” He would say; “Oh yes, many
By Rebecca C. Warlow On October 31, 1940, just days before President Franklin Delano Roosevelt would be elected to an unprecedented third term as President