(Wellcome Library) - includes such topics as biographies of physicians and scientists, specific diseases, phrenology, witchcraft, smallpox-infected blankets, 4,000 years of women in science, and Islamic medical arts.
An on-line exhibition prepared in conjunction with the Colloquium "Antiqua Medicina: Aspects in Ancient Medicine" held in McLeod Hall, at the Health Sciences Center of the University of Virginia on February 27, 1997.
(Harvard University Library Open Collections Program) - Provides general background information on diseases and epidemics worldwide with links to digitized copies of books, serials, pamphlets, incunabula, and manuscripts.
(NLM) - various digitized books in HTML and PHP format from 1600-1900. Subjects include: the Red Cross, Mortality, Small Pox, Child care, Anesthesia, Military medicine, Food and Drug Act and Mental Health.
An exploration of the history and the physiological and social effects of the pill for women approved by the FDA as an oral contraceptive in 1960. This site is designed to supplement a PBS film presented as part of their American Experience television series.