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Arthur C. Aufderheide Department of Pathology University of Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota

Thomas G. Benedek

Veterans Administration Medical

Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Wellcome Institute for the

History of Medicine London, England

Ann G. Carmichael Department of History Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana

James Cassedy History of Medicine Division National Library of Medicine Bethesda, Maryland

Donald B. Cooper Department of History The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio

Alfred W. Crosby Department of American Studies University of Texas Austin, Texas

Philip Curtin Department of History The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland

Wilbur G. Downs The Yale Medical School New Haven, Connecticut

John Duffy

University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland, and Tulane University Medical School New Orleans, Louisiana

Stanley Engerman Department of Economics University of Rochester Rochester, New York

Robert Fogel

Center for Population Economics University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois

Roger K. French

The Wellcome Institute for the

History of Medicine London, England

Nancy E. Gallagher Department of History University of California Santa Barbara, California

Jerome Handler Department of Anthropology Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Illinois

D. A. Henderson

School of Hygiene and Public Health The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland

Arthur Kleinman Department of Anthropology Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts

Stephen J. Kunitz

Department of Preventive Medicine

University of Rochester Medical

Center Rochester, New York

Judith Ladinsky

Department of Preventive Medicine University of Wisconsin Medical

School Madison, Wisconsin

William McNeill Department of History University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois

Ronald Numbers Department of the History of

Medicine University of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin

K. David Patterson Department of History University of North Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina

James C. Riley Department of History Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana

Guenter B. Risse Department of the History and

Philosophy of the Health Sciences University of California San Francisco, California

Charles Rosenberg Department of the History and

Philosophy of Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Todd L. Savitt

Humanities Program — School of

Medicine East Carolina University Greenville, North Carolina

R. Ted Steinbock Department of Radiology Baptist Hospital East Louisville, Kentucky

Paul U. Unschuld

Institut für Geschichte der Medizin Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Germany

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100 Health Tips

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