Civil War Surgeon, Spy, Suffragette
History of Medicine
You’re going to love this . . . and the surprise ending.
His colleagues hated him and his patients loved him. Florence Nightingale, after Barry’s death would write: “I should say that he was the most hardened creature I ever met.”
Commonly referred to as a Dietary Anthropologist.
History of Medicine ,
When anyone mentions Harvard, I remember that it was Harvard that the Sugar Industry bamboozled into promulgating that “fats” were the cause of heart disease.
The “colorful” history of the discovery of iodine the led up to the invention of modern medicine. And, of course, how science is ignored by bureaucrats who all want to control what we put in our bodies and who profits from it all.