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Your search in the category "Medicine" returned 568 results in 29 pages.

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Black, Grace and Nira Bonner. "Maternal and Child Health Services in the Baltimore City Health Department, 1900-1992." Maryland Medical Journal, 42 (August 1993): 775-78.

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Blackburn, Maria. “Lessons from the Womb.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 57 (November 2005): 46-51.
Category: Medicine

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Bliss, Michael. William Osler: A Life in Medicine. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

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Boodram, B., E.T. Golub, and L.J. Ouellet. “Socio-Behavioral and Geographic Correlates of Prevalent Hepatitis C Virus Infection among Young Injection Drug Users in Metropolitan Baltimore and Chicago.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 111 (September 1, 2010): 136-45.
Category: Medicine | Baltimore City

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Bowman, Michael, comp. "Later Pioneers."Johns Hopkins Magazine, 41 (June 1989); 94-96.
Category: Medicine

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Boyle, Cynthia J. “Creating a Contemporary Context for History and Heroes in Pharmacy.” Pharmacy in History, 52 (no. 1, 2010): 46-50.
Category: Medicine

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Boyle, Lee. "The Army Hospital at East Nottingham." Cecil Historical Journal, 2 (Winter 2001-2002): 3-12.
Category: Medicine | Cecil County

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Breslaw, Elaine G. "From Edinburgh to Annapolis: Dr. Alexander Hamilton's Colonial Maryland Medical Practice." Maryland Historical Magazine, 96 (Winter 2001): 401-20.

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Brieger, Gert H. "The California Origins of the Johns Hopkins Medical School." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 51 (Fall 1977): 339-52.
Category: Medicine

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Brock, Helen and Catherine Crawford. "Forensic Medicine in Early Colonial Maryland, 1633-83." In Michael Clark and Catherine Crawford, eds., Legal Medicine in History. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994, pp. 25-44.

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Browning, Nell and Lawrence Sherwood. “The Old Doctor Dr. Josiah Lee McComas.” Glades Star, 11 (September 2008): 393-94.

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Burger, T. W. "A Museum for the War's Healers." Civil War Times Illustrated, 40 (May 2001): 16, 18-19, 69-70.

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Burgess, Robert. "Marine Artist's Evolution - Lions, Leopards to Bugeyes and Pungies." Baltimore Sun Magazine, 24 August 1975, pp. 12ff.

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Burke, Michelle and Betsy Newman. "Henry N. Wagner Jr. MD: Winner of the American Medical Association's Scientific Achievement Award." Maryland Medical Journal, 40 (July 1991): 557-61.

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Burnett, Kessler. “Healing Tangier.” Chesapeake Life, (December 2006): 84-87, 133-34.
Category: Medicine

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Burri, Margaret. "Thomas Hepburn Buckler, M.D." Maryland Medical Journal, 45 (May 1996): 419-20.

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Byers, Amy L., Eric Vittinghoff, and Li-Yung Lui, et al. “Twenty-Year Depressive Trajectories Among Older Women.” Archives of General Psychiatry, 69 (October 2012): 1073-79.
Category: Medicine | Women

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Cammack, Shirley. "James Kernan's Enterprise: From a Burlesque House to a Hospital." Baltimore, 69 (Juuly 1976): 58-61
Annotations / Notes: James Kernan (1838-1912).

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Canby, Thomas Y. "Montgomery General - America's Most Rural Hospital." Montgomery County Story, 23 (February 1980): 1-8.

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Capper, John, Garrett Power, and Frank Shivers. Chesapeake Waters: Pollution, Public Health and Public Opinion, 1602-1972. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1983.