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Article Hub Zwart (2022)
“Love is a microbe too”: Microbiome dialectics. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100816). (/isis/citation/CBB625800686/) unapi

Article Samuel H. Baker (2021)
Aristotle on the Nature and Politics of Medicine. Apeiron (pp. 411-449). (/isis/citation/CBB890354186/) unapi

Book Mika, Marissa Anne; Adjaye-Gbewonyo, Kafui; Vaughan, Megan (2021)
Epidemiological Change and Chronic Disease in Sub-Saharan Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB508863148/) unapi

Article Andrea Charise; Devoney Looser; David McAllister; et al. (2021)
Bending the Clock: New Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Ageing: A Roundtable Conversation. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB956259833/) unapi

Article E Allen Driggers (2021)
‘The voice of the stomach’: the mind, hypochondriasis and theories of dyspepsia in the nineteenth century. History of Psychiatry (pp. 85-99). (/isis/citation/CBB900221583/) unapi

Article Melanie A Kiechle (2021)
“Health is Wealth”: Valuing Health in the Nineteenth-Century United States. Journal of Social History (pp. 775-798). (/isis/citation/CBB251116095/) unapi

Thesis Joseph Leonardo Vignone (2021)
Bodies of Knowledge: Medicine, Memory, and Enhancement in Medieval Islam. (/isis/citation/CBB512664986/) unapi

Article Valerie Shrimplin; Channa N. Jayasena (2021)
Was Henry VIII Infertile? Miscarriages and Male Infertility in Tudor England. Journal of Interdisciplinary History (pp. 155-176). (/isis/citation/CBB178686098/) unapi

Article Gregori Galofré-Vilà; Bernard Harris (2021)
Growth before birth: the relationship between placental weights and infant and maternal health in early twentieth-century Barcelona†. Economic History Review (pp. 400-423). (/isis/citation/CBB977455918/) unapi

Chapter Amy Moran-Thomas (2021)
The Para-Communicable: Living Between Infectious and Non-Communicable Conditions. (pp. 233-251). (/isis/citation/CBB674944762/) unapi

Article Nancy Tomes (2021)
“Not Just for Doctors Anymore”: How the Merck Manual Became a Consumer Health “Bible”. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 1-23). (/isis/citation/CBB971333465/) unapi

Article Jeffrey S. Adler (2021)
“I’m at My Rope’s End”: Suicide in New Orleans, 1920–1940. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 53-82). (/isis/citation/CBB997404519/) unapi

Article Scott K. Taylor (2021)
Coffee and the Body: From Exoticism to Wellness in Eighteenth-Century Europe. Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 633-650). (/isis/citation/CBB417005897/) unapi

Book Sally Frampton; Jennifer Wallis (2020)
Reading the Nineteenth-Century Medical Journal. (/isis/citation/CBB095014079/) unapi

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Vital Norms: Canguilhem's "The Normal and the Pathological" in the Twenty-First Century. (/isis/citation/CBB485036105/) unapi

Book Anne-Emanuelle Birn; Raúl Necochea López (2020)
Peripheral Nerve: Health and Medicine in Cold War Latin America. (/isis/citation/CBB246542052/) unapi

Book Samuel Myers; Howard Frumkin (2020)
Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves. (/isis/citation/CBB741683007/) unapi

Book Ulrike Steinert (2020)
Systems of Classification in Premodern Medical Cultures: Sickness, Health, and Local Epistemologies. (/isis/citation/CBB302069217/) unapi

Book Zachary Dorner (2020)
Merchants of Medicines: The Commerce and Coercion of Health in Britain’s Long Eighteenth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB541998082/) unapi

Article Roberta Bivins (2020)
Weighing on us all? Quantification and cultural responses to obesity in NHS Britain. History of Science (pp. 216-242). (/isis/citation/CBB682658212/) unapi


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