April White is an award-winning writer and researcher who focuses on food, travel and history. Her (occasionally overlapping) interests have her taken into the country’s top restaurant kitchens, through the world’s food markets and deep into the library stacks.
April’s newest historical article takes readers to Dwight, Illinois, circa 1892, where a small-town doctor is dispensing a mysterious gold potion that promises to end addiction. Is Dr. Leslie E. Keeley a fraud or a pioneer in the treatment of alcoholism and opioid addiction? Read more on JSTOR Daily.
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