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Bad Teeth Put to Good Use

News   Jul 20, 2018 | Original Story from the University of York.

 
Bad Teeth Put to Good Use

Skeleton sampled for the study, dating to the post-medieval period in Britain. The analysis suggests the Victorians were partial to a bowl of porridge, while in modern diets potatoes, soybeans and peanuts are flavour of the day. Credit: Camilla Speller, University of York.

 
 
 

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