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NLM History of Medicine Blog Celebrates First Anniversary

nlm-circulating-now-screenshotCirculating Now blog Circulating Now, the blog of the US National Library of Medicine (NLM) History of Medicine Division, celebrated its one-year anniversary on July 1, 2014. Since its launch, Circulating Now has published over 350 posts about the historical collections and associated exhibitions, resources, and activities of the world’s largest biomedical library. The posts have covered a wide range of subjects, from the Nuremberg Chronicle, Andreas Vesalius and De Fabrica, Gene Kelly’s Combat Fatigue Irritability, Florence Nightingale, and a look back at NLM Librarians. The blog has featured stories on President Garfield’s assassination, 50 years of smoking and health, chocolate valentines, and “The Magic in Mold and Dirt,” as well as breaking news about recent acquisitions, exhibitions, research, and discoveries in the collection.

 
 
 

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