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1940s Home Interiors | 1940s Modern Hospital Flooring Advertisement Vintage Interior Design ...

1940s Home Interiors | 1940s Modern Hospital Flooring Advertisement Vintage Interior Design ...

1940s Shoe Store Modern Color Flooring Advertisement Vintage Interior Design Illustration by Christian Montone

1940s Shoe Store Modern Color Flooring Advertisement Vintage Interior Design Illustration by Christian Montone

Oregon State HospitalLate 1940s, 1950s Ice bath therapy

Oregon State HospitalLate 1940s, 1950s Ice bath therapy

This  looks like our dress uniform when I was in nursing school. Nurse Sitting on the Couch Vintage

Nurse Sitting on the Couch Vintage Photograph (A)

This looks like our dress uniform when I was in nursing school. Nurse Sitting on the Couch Vintage

WWI British Nurse and Small Irish Wolfhound (?) by sunnybrook100, via Flickr

WWI British Nurse and Small Irish Wolfhound (?) by sunnybrook100, via Flickr

"Time for Mommy’s little helper! Where *DID* I put that bottle of Valium?!?"

"Time for Mommy’s little helper! Where *DID* I put that bottle of Valium?!?"

1960s Den Office Home Appartment Dining Space Vintage Interior Design Photo by Christian Montone

1960s Den Office Home Appartment Dining Space Vintage Interior Design Photo by Christian Montone

1960s Green Gabled Ceiling Kitchen Playroom Livingroom Vintage Interior Design Photo by Christian Montone,

1960s Green Gabled Ceiling Kitchen Playroom Livingroom Vintage Interior Design Photo by Christian Montone,

A 1950s/early 60s period advert for "Methedrine" (a brand name for Methamphetamine), commonly prescribed as a diet pill and antidepressant. While they took it, housewives felt full of alertness and activity for the next 12 hours. Addiction was common. "Genuinely brighter outlook": yeah, until the crash came and their bodies screamed for the next pill.

A 1950s/early 60s period advert for "Methedrine" (a brand name for Methamphetamine), commonly prescribed as a diet pill and antidepressant. While they took it, housewives felt full of alertness and activity for the next 12 hours. Addiction was common. "Genuinely brighter outlook": yeah, until the crash came and their bodies screamed for the next pill.

Helen Taussig, MD, long with surgeon Alfred Blalock and surgical technician Vivien Thomas, innovated a surgical procedure to fix "blue baby syndrome" that would circulate oxygen back to the wee patient's lungs, and become forever known as the Blalock-Taussig shunt.

Helen Taussig, MD, long with surgeon Alfred Blalock and surgical technician Vivien Thomas, innovated a surgical procedure to fix "blue baby syndrome" that would circulate oxygen back to the wee patient's lungs, and become forever known as the Blalock-Taussig shunt.

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