On March 24, , Dr. But it is a valuable opportunity to educate the public about the devastation TB can spread and how it can be stopped. Today, our names for TB tell us where TB is located pulmonary, extrapulmonary and how to treat it drug-susceptible, drug-resistant, multidrug resistant, and extensively drug-resistant. TB is a disease that infects animals as well as humans. Archeologists have found TB in the bones of ancient bison in Wyoming. These bison lived over 17, years ago.
How to Sound Like the Bee’s Knees: A Dictionary of 1920s Slang
At on the morning of August 3, , while visiting in Vermont, Calvin Coolidge received word that he was President. By the light of a kerosene lamp, his father, who was a notary public, administered the oath of office as Coolidge placed his hand on the family Bible. Born in Plymouth, Vermont, on July 4, , Coolidge was the son of a village storekeeper. He was graduated from Amherst College with honors, and entered law and politics in Northampton, Massachusetts.
[2, 3] In the US Army during World War I they were the second most common reason The French called it the ‘Neapolitan disease’, the ‘disease of Naples’ or the disease were identified from North America dating back some 8, years.
Medicinal bottles are probably the largest and most diverse group of bottles produced during the era covered by this website – the 19th through mid 20th centuries. To quote Fike on medicine bottles – “Literally hundreds of thousands of brands and variations of vessels were manufactured This variety is not too surprising since one’s health was and still is probably the most important personal issue of all time, made even more important during the era of primitive medical knowledge and practices and universal ignorance about hygiene and even the causes of disease.
As noted in the opening line of Odell , “Medicine is as old as man, no doubt born of necessity and wrought by trial and error. Thus, the allure of patent or proprietary medicines Young The picture at the top of the page shows just a tiny bit of medicinal bottle diversity which is frankly staggering in depth and variety as virtually any shape imaginable was used at some point. The bottle pictured to the left is a midth century medicine with a general shape rectangular with indented panels that was used for tens of thousands of different medicinal products from the midth century until at least the Depression in the 20th century.
Though intimidating in its immense diversity there are some useful trends in shapes that mark a bottle as very likely to have been used primarily or originally as a container for some type of medicinal product. The breadth of variety within the medicinal bottle category is indicated by Fike dividing his classic book The Bottle Book: A Comprehensive Guide to Historic, Embossed Medicine Bottles into over 40 different “product” chapters, ranging from “bitters” to “cures” to “purifiers” and many more.
Within each chapter is a listing of hundreds of different embossed bottles with many times more embossed ones not addressed by Fike’s book. This section also includes druggist bottles aka pharmacy, drugstore, or prescription bottles due to their close connection to the other types of medicinal bottles. Most of the many thousands of local druggists during the 19th and early 20th century typically concocted their own medicinal compounds to sell from their stores utilizing proprietary druggist or prescription bottles, i.
Although the flapper is most closely associated with s fashions, a number of other clothing styles were equally as popular during the decade. Skirt lengths fluctuated quite a bit, women donned flashy evening attire, comfortable sportswear, and conservative work suits, and dresses either hung straight or flared at the hip.
But despite the variety, women’s s fashions all broke free of the physical and social constraints of the previous century. Straight, curveless dresses were worn with bust flattening brassieres. The waist completely disappeared, and belts were worn around the hips. The chemise type dress was popular from to or
Throughout this time, people with epilepsy were viewed with fear, suspicion and Working in Germany during the s, Hans Berger, a psychiatrist.
Lost Generation , a group of American writers who came of age during World War I and established their literary reputations in the s. The term is also used more generally to refer to the post-World War I generation. Warren G. The term embraces Ernest Hemingway , F. Cummings , Archibald MacLeish , Hart Crane , and many other writers who made Paris the centre of their literary activities in the s.
They were never a literary school.
World TB Day 2020
Courtship is the period of development towards an intimate relationship wherein a couple get to know each other and decide if there will be an engagement , followed by a marriage. A courtship may be an informal and private matter between two people or may be a public affair, or a formal arrangement with family approval.
Traditionally, in the case of a formal engagement, it is the role of a male to actively “court” or “woo” a female, thus encouraging her to understand him and her receptiveness to a marriage proposal. The average duration of courtship varies considerably throughout the world. Furthermore, there is vast individual variation between couples. Courtship may be completely omitted, as in cases of some arranged marriages where the couple do not meet before the wedding.
The people who felt this way were called nationalists. Many of them were Catholic, who were the majority across Ireland. Back in , the UK.
Subscriber Account active since. Of all the rituals of love, the first date is perhaps the most paramount — and the most dreaded. Hundreds of questions surround the pivotal event: How do you secure a date? What will you do once you’ve got one? Will your date think you’re funny, or stupid? Like everything else, dating — the often perplexing , sometimes revealing labor of love — has evolved over the years.
Keep reading to discover what dating looked like the year you were born, below. According Artie, his unrequited love told him that other people were ” fillin’ all my dates” — as in the dates in their calendar. Before the 19th century, most unions — heterosexual unions, anyway — were facilitated by parents, who would arrange for a male suitor to have a supervised visit in the woman’s home. The goal of these visits was to evaluate whether or not the “courtship” could result in a marriage.
In other words, in the early s, a male suitor “courted” a potential woman mate in a private space the woman’s porch or living room in front of a public audience her family. The dating scene in the s has been romanticized as a glamorous affair defined by flapper girls, Gatsby-esque parties , and righteously liberated women — but liberation looked different in the s than it does today. Speakeasies — illicit liquor stores and nightclubs — exploded onto the scene.
The era of the male-only, pre-Prohibition saloons was over, and women started to patronize these bars, too.
The History of the Flapper, Part 1: A Call for Freedom
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And though no one knew it at the time, America’s cities and towns were also fast Call it Czolgosz’s folly, because this new President was a staunch advocate of the Department of Justice—so that date is celebrated as the official birth of the FBI. By the late s, these wanted flyers were circulating not only throughout.
Posted by Karina Reddy Last updated Aug 18, Published on May 11, , 20th century , decade overview. Twenties fashion is often remembered for its glitz and glamour, though underlying this was a move toward simplicity in dress. For women, this meant shorter skirts and simple shapes, while men enjoyed casual suits. A t the dawn of the s, the world was still reeling from the First World War. The conflict, which ended just over a year before the new decade began, had a fundamental and irreversible effect on society, culture, and fashion.
Dress historian Jayne Shrimpton writes in Fashion in the s :. Also known as the flapper, the look typified s dress with a dropped waist and creeping hemlines that could be created in economical fabrics. Coco Chanel helped popularize this style Fig. Both waistlines and hemlines followed similar, though inverse, projections throughout the decade, as waistlines dropped until before beginning to rise again in ; while hemlines rose until , when they started to fall again Pel While simplicity in construction was key to both daywear and eveningwear, the latter benefited from ornate decoration: beadwork, sequins, and embroidery all helped create the glamorous nighttime looks of the decade, like this yellow evening dress made of silk and rhinestones Fig.
Evening ensemble , Gift of Gytha M. Rupp, Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Here, he explains why the decade was much more than a time of flappers and frivolity. These are interesting times to be a historian of s Britain. At the start of a new decade, the instinct to look back,rather than forward, has been striking. As we move into the s, traces of our distant past seem everywhere. A century after the decade began, the s are back in fashion.
“It’s one step below a date, and one step above a high-five,” she added. age of so-called “hookup culture,” millennials — who are reaching an.
Condoms have been a subject of curiosity throughout history. The idea of safer sex has been explored in ancient and modern history, and has been used to prevent venereal diseases. We conducted a historical and medical review of condoms using primary and secondary sources as well as using the RSM library and the internet. These resources show that the first use of a condom was that of King Minos of Crete. To Egyptians, condom-like glans caps were dyed in different colours to distinguish between different classes of people and to protect themselves against bilharzia.
The Ancient Romans used the bladders of animals to protect the woman; they were worn not to prevent pregnancy but to prevent contraction of venereal diseases. Charles Goodyear, the inventor, utilized vulcanization, the process of transforming rubber into malleable structures, to produce latex condoms. The greater use of condoms all over the world in the 20 th and 21 st centuries has been related to HIV. This account of the use of condoms demonstrates how a primitive idea turned into an object that is used globally with a forecast estimated at 18 billion condoms to be used in alone.
The condom has been known as the wetsuit, the rubber, the jimmy, and even the nightcap.
The Freedom to Choose – Courtship in the 1920s
The remedies were few and hardly efficacious, the mercury inunctions and suffumigations that people endured were painful and many patients died of mercury poisoning. Only the Spanish influenza epidemic of accounted for more loss of duty during that war. Up until the early 20th century it was believed that syphilis had been brought from America and the New World to the Old World by Christopher Columbus in In a new hypothesis was put forward, that syphilis had previously existed in the Old World before Columbus.
Call it Gatsby Fever if you like, but there’s no stopping it these days — from the lavish theme parties to the art deco weddings to themed dinner.
Sure it did. But the casual reader often misunderstands the actual ways and the magnitude. To properly understand the change, we have to take a look at where s young people came from. Up until the s, courtship was a very complex ritual. It concerned not only the lives of the two people involved in the marriage but also a host of family considerations, with regards to economic, political and social aspects. Romantic considerations had started entering the matter of who a young person would marry.
Call it Gatsby Fever if you like, but there’s no stopping it these days — from the lavish theme parties to the art deco weddings to themed dinner soirees, our interest in the Roaring ’20s is reaching full-blown-obsession status. But what was life really like for young people in the ’20s, the decade that ushered in years of sustained economic growth up until the last year, anyway , the women’s liberation movement, Amelia Earhart and the birth of dating?
Here’s a look at some of the biggest cultural events that shaped dating in the Gatsby-era. In , Prohibition began with the passage of the 18th Amendment, and lasted until its repeal in
No cultural symbol of the s is more recognizable than the flapper. “Women are working, but they’re working in what are called ‘women’s.
Out of the midst of Morse code dots and dashes beeping through their headsets came the sound of a voice reading the Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke and a violin playing “Silent Night. The voice was that of Reginald Fessenden , an inventor and engineer who had been working on producing voice radio since Marconi’s first wireless broadcast across the Atlantic.
After his Christmas experiment, Fessenden continued working to make voice radio practical. In , Lee de Forest invented a new radio tube called the Audion. It soon made transmitting sound modulations much more effective and became standard radio equipment. The radio tube was gradually improved upon by other inventors, to increased clarity and power. For 15 years or so, voice radio was the purview of engineers and hobbyists called hams. To most people it seemed amusing, but a novelty that would have no practical application.
One obstacle to radio’s acceptance was that the equipment was cumbersome and required a fair amount of knowledge and attention. After World War I, prosperity and technological advances — some the offspring of the war effort — brought more appliances into the home and created more technologically minded people. Radio companies formed to build and sell ready-made machines.
In , Westinghouse, one of the leading radio manufacturers, had an idea for selling more radios: It would offer programming. Radio began as a one-to-one method of communication, so this was a novel idea. Frank Conrad was a Pittsburgh area ham operator with lots of connections.