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Patient in typical cholera attitude From French medical book published c1890

Patient in typical cholera attitude From French medical book published c1890

John Snow, father of epidemiology. Discovered the true case of cholera deaths in London in 1854 though examination of the water supply.

What would John Snow make of epidemiology today?

John Snow, father of epidemiology. Discovered the true case of cholera deaths in London in 1854 though examination of the water supply.

The Cuckoo Surgeon Who Did Ice-Pick Lobotomies At his peak, Walter Freeman hacked at dozens of brains each day.

The Cuckoo Surgeon Who Did Ice-Pick Lobotomies At his peak, Walter Freeman hacked at dozens of brains each day.

Images that depict, the plight of cholera; an infectious disease caused by drinking the tainted water supply. One of the major illnesses that was present, during America's Gilded Age - the late 19th century. ~ {cwlyons}

Images that depict, the plight of cholera; an infectious disease caused by drinking the tainted water supply. One of the major illnesses that was present, during America's Gilded Age - the late 19th century. ~ {cwlyons}

Controversies in Hospital Infection Prevention: Ebola: CDC Algorithm for Evaluation of the Returned Traveler

Controversies in Hospital Infection Prevention: Ebola: CDC Algorithm for Evaluation of the Returned Traveler

1918: Children ready for school during the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic in Starke, Florida.

1918: Children ready for school during the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic in Starke, Florida.

public health and vaccines!  If even a small % of people stop vaccinating, it could be catastrophic for those at risk!

public health and vaccines! If even a small % of people stop vaccinating, it could be catastrophic for those at risk!

Belgian Red Cross

Belgian Red Cross

Cancer: An Epidemiological Overview of Malignant Neoplasms

This Infographic Shows The Terrifying Reach Of Cancer

Cancer: An Epidemiological Overview of Malignant Neoplasms

Mary Walker was the first woman in America to be a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Mary Walker was the first woman in America to be a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor

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