The White Coat
From the 1900s on, the white coat became more and more popular in medical settings. It denoted professionalism and an understanding that cleanliness was the key to preventing sepsis. From the 2000s forward, a white lab coat became the norm for doctors. However, it was often worn over regular clothing.
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