Famine negatively affects human health

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Famishment has a negative impact on human health.

The scientists at the University of South Carolina convinced this.

Researchers examined remains of London citizens who lived until and after the plague.

According to experts, famishment negatively affects the human body.

The results of the research were published in the edition of the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

“The joint burials say about natural disasters. In particular, we can talk about the war, epidemic or famine. With regard to individual graves, they appear in more prosperous times”, – the experts said.

Scientists have found that when people experience stressful situations, including illness or fractures, their bones became stronger by themselves. This sign was seen in people living in more favorable times.


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