Twentieth Century

Diabetes and Race | Health affairs

There are times when a book opens my eyes wider. I enjoy when a book complements my primary care work and provides insight into the complex interpretations of race and health in the United States. Diabetes: A History of Race and Disease, by medical historian Arleen Marcia Tuchman, is such …

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Greek art in all its splendor

Jockey of Artemision – National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Credit: Joyofmuseums , CC BY-SA 4.0/ Wikipedia The Jockey of Artemision, a large Greek bronze statue of a young boy riding a horse, is a magnificent surviving statue from ancient Greece and a rare example of a racehorse in Greek sculpture. It …

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