Which drugs should be available for people nearing the end-of-life and suffering pain? What are the limits of appropriate opioid… Read more Heroin in the hospice: opioids and end-of-life discussions in the 1980s
The first line of a recent Washington Times story about cocaine in Colombia spells the country incorrectly. ‘Ninety-five percent of… Read more Cocaine and Colombia
Do you have an Olympic hangover? Missing the thrills and excitement? You’re not alone. People are clearly pining for more of… Read more Sports and Sports Medicine in CBMH/BCHM
The Drug Policy Alliance, an organization dedicated to the promotion of drug policies based on science, compassion, health, and human… Read more Drug History in CBMH-BCHM
Or, History has Heft: On Public History and Debates about Weight Loss ***** Trying to lose weight isn’t a new phenomenon.… Read more The Weight of History/The History of Weight in CBMH/BCHM
Vaccine & Immunization History in CBMH/BCHM The roadway to effective, accepted vaccines in history is neither smooth nor straight. Vaccines… Read more Vaccine History in CBMH/BCHM
Walt Whitman, John Keats, and Franz Schubert. Literature, poetry, and classical music. In the early stages of cataloging the Canadian Bulletin of… Read more Medical History and the Arts!
I have a new blog post on the University of Toronto’s site. I’m incredibly excited to be working with… Read more Medical History on the Move