Some history of medicine related links today:

The wonderful Holly Tucker has a new blog, Scientia Curiosa

A blog from the Medical Heritage Library, “a digital curation collaborative among some of the world’s leading medical libraries.”  Digitized materials are available at the Internet Archive.

The National Museum of Health and Medicine is a great medical history organization that’s been assiduously doing DIY digitization and putting materials up at the Internet Archive, Flickr and their blog.  They post a letter from their collections every day, and recently had an interesting exchange trying to puzzle out a patient ‘s sudden muscular atrophy and “prevention of marriage” (that’s 4 links in that sentence).  Historical diagnosis is tough–thanks for doing your work in public.

In other news:

Cliopatria award nominations are open!  Nominate your favorite history blogs.