|Dr. Joseph Goldberger and the War on Pellagra|
An essay on a pioneer in Public Health. Authored by Alan Kraut, Ph.D., Professor of History, American University.
Includes e-texts of the three publications about smallpox vaccination.
|Germ Theory Calendar|
A time line of all speculation on and experiments pertaining to the germ theory of disease beginning in 50 BC and going to 1900
|How the Other Half Lives|
Studies of the Tenements of New York, by Jacob A. Riis, originally published in 1890. The Hypertext Edition, with illustrations, presented by American Studies at Yale.
|Images From the History of the Public Health Service|
An online version of Images from the History of the Public Health Service; A Photographic Exhibit by Ramunas Kondratas, Ph.D. printed in 1994 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Public Health Service.
|In Memory of James Beattie Morison M.D.|
In 1961 Dr. James Morison wrote an important paper on why people smoke: 'Smoking Habits of Winnipeg School Children'. He also wrote on nursing homes and public health.
|International Network for the History of Public Health|
Supported by the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health and cooperates with other institutions and foundations to promote the study of the history of public health.
|John Snow and Cholera|
The life and times of Dr. John Snow (1813-1858), with multimedia pages including the complete text of On the Communication of Cholera. Created by the Department of Epidemiology, UCLA School of Public Health.
|Memoir of 1798 Yellow Fever Epidemic|
Dr. Benjamin Rush's Memoir of the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia in 1798
|Plague and Public Health in Renaissance Europe|
A hypertext archive of narratives and government records of Italian epidemics in the 14th century
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