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A history lesson on pandemics in the Philippines. Sep 24, 2020 1550
Thanks to Columbus: Amerindian Antecedents to COVID-19. Lovell, W. George Essay Sep 22, 2020 2981
Self-Portrait in Time of COVID-19. Beltran, Naff Sep 4, 2020 1760
5 for the bookshelf. Kakaes, Konstantin Sep 1, 2020 919
Spectre of the Spanish Flu haunts old US mining town. Jul 28, 2020 842
Pandemics in history, Part II: Mankind will survive Covid-19. Brion, Art D. Jul 14, 2020 1249
Palladio's monument to the plague in Venice: William Aslet on the church of II Redentore. Aslet, William Jul 1, 2020 1110
Little Sunshine In. Carson, James Essay Jun 22, 2020 1706
Rizal survived the 1889-1890 flu epidemic in Europe. Mabasa, Roy Jun 19, 2020 863
Pandemics of the past: A narrative review. Khan, Uzma; Mehta, Roopa; Arif, Mohammad Ali; Lakhani, Om J. Report May 31, 2020 3346
Are We Prepared for the Next PANDEMIC? The rise of the Coronavirus from China raises tough questions about the world's readiness for a global outbreak. Smith, Patricia; Wee, Sui-Lee Cover story Mar 9, 2020 966
Will It Be 1918 All Over Again? Feb 1, 2020 753
How Aids became an 'epidemic' in Africa. Mar 1, 2019 2309
Something more sinister? Geer, Ben Excerpt Mar 1, 2019 1182
Former intelligence officer confesses: 'WE DELIBERATELY SPREAD AIDS IN SOUTH AFRICA'. Ankomah, Baffour Cover story Mar 1, 2019 1914
An Epidemic of DENIAL. Orient, Jane M. Jan 1, 2019 784
Missionaries, measles, and manuscripts: revisiting the Whitman tragedy. Norton, Melanie J.; Booss, John Jan 1, 2019 3496
EPIDEMICS AND REVOLUTIONS: THE CASE OF IRAN IN THE LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY MIDDLE EAST. Kazemi, Ranin Case study Dec 22, 2018 19406
MILLIONS DIE FROM THE SPANISH FLU: Florence Nightingale Museum Looks Back at the Deadly Outbreak of a Century Ago. Oct 1, 2018 418
Discover the Mystery Behind Copper Country's 1844 Epidemic. Brief article Nov 1, 2017 268
Contagions make a comeback: the fight against infectious diseases has entered a new era. Shah, Sonia Dec 24, 2016 931
Manitoba Mennonites and the state: wartime measures and the influenza pandemic in Hanover. Quiring, Vanessa Sep 22, 2016 6127
The past is never dead--measles epidemic, Boston, Massachusetts, 1713. Morens, David M. Report Jul 1, 2015 2852
When cholera came to Detroit. Adler, Richard Jan 1, 2015 2420
7 plagues that changed history: with Ebola's re-emergence in West Africa, a look at past epidemics that left their mark on the world. Barnard, Bryn Oct 6, 2014 2807
Winnipeg's Great War legacy. Higgins, Tim Essay Sep 22, 2014 2760
Malaria: a Michigan affliction. Richmond, Marsha L. Sep 1, 2013 2488
Prospects for emerging infections in East and Southeast Asia 10 years after severe acute respiratory syndrome. Horby, Peter W.; Pfeiffer, Dirk; Oshitani, Hitoshi Report Jun 1, 2013 5372
Plotting to solve a mystery: early maps were used as much to promote propaganda as they were to provide an accurate representation of a location. But once reliable models were established, some cartographers began to use their discipline as a means of discovering the origins of infectious diseases. And although their success was certainly mixed, the maps they produced remain fascinating historical documents. Koch, Tom May 1, 2012 2296
From nose sprays to nursing shortages: managing epidemic polio in Manitoba, 1928-1953. Morton, Leah Essay Mar 22, 2011 7177
Pestilence and power: the smallpox epidemic of 1780-1782 and intertribal relations on the northern great plains. Hodge, Adam R. Sep 22, 2010 10235
Reemergence of dengue in Mauritius. Issack, Mohammad I.; Pursem, Vidula N.; Barkham, Timothy M.S.; Ng, Lee-Ching; Inoue, Masafumi; Manra Clinical report Apr 1, 2010 1636
Tracking H1N1. McMahon, Jim Feb 8, 2010 510
De l'imperatif d'une << mise en valeur >> a la sauvegarde des races indigenes ? La lutte contre la maladie du sommeil au Cameroun Francais. Yakam, Josiane Tantchou Report Dec 22, 2009 10670
Reagan, regulation, and the FDA: the US Food and Drug Administration's response to HIV/AIDS, 1980-90. Richert, Lucas Report Dec 22, 2009 9126
"Truly alarming": cholera in 1832/<< Vraiment inquietant >> le cholera en 1832. MacDougall, Heather Report Sep 1, 2009 4228
Lethal mobilities: bodies and lice on soviet railroads, 1918-1922. Argenbright, Robert Essay Sep 1, 2008 8671
Fear, flight, frustration and dedicated service: a brief history of international disease control activities, 1918-2008. MacDougall, Heather Report Jun 22, 2008 9217
The origin of the smallpox outbreak in Sydney in 1789. Mear, Craig Jun 1, 2008 11215
Contagion: thinking about cholera in nineteenth-century Burma. Coclanis, Peter A. Essay Jan 1, 2008 4757
Pandemic flu mortality: how many will die? Farham, Bridget Feb 1, 2007 901
Influenza pandemics of the 20th century. Kilbourne, Edwin D. Jan 1, 2006 4510
1918 influenza: the mother of all pandemics. Morens, David M. Jan 1, 2006 5899
The swine flu episode and the fog of epidemics (1). Krause, Richard Jan 1, 2006 2794
The great smallpox epidemic of 1775-82: Elizabeth A. Fenn examines a little known catastrophe that reshaped the history of a continent. Fenn, Elizabeth A. Aug 1, 2003 4137
Soldiers in a different kind of war. (From the Editor). Apr 1, 2003 594
Using local history to understand national themes: the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia in 1793. Westbury, Susan Mar 22, 2003 3672
Megadrought and megadeath in 16th century Mexico. Therrell, Matthew D. Apr 1, 2002 1611
Deciphering global epidemics: analytical approaches to the disease records of world cities, 1888-1912. Book Review Oct 1, 1999 1998
Plagues, healers and patients in early modern Europe. Eamon, William Bibliography Jun 22, 1999 5011
Respiratory infection - Pennsylvania. Brief Article Jan 24, 1997 238
The biological encounter: disease and the ideological domain. Starna, William A. Sep 22, 1992 3608
A time for forgiveness. SerVaas, Cory Nov 1, 1987 5128

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