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Dana David Laboratory
- The laboratory specializes in excavations at prehistoric sites in Israel and the biohistory of the eastern Mediterranean people.
- Brief overview of research on red blood cell morphology in bloodstains and its application to archaeology and paleoanthropology.
- Organization composed of researchers, scientists, and students from many fields, including physical anthropology, medicine, archaeology and egyptology, from around the world.
- Pisa University Division of Paleopathology sponsored board of articles and forum on the study of disease from prehistory to contemporary age.
South Dakota Paleopathology
- A paleopathology online database including material from the W.H. Over Collection of the University of South Dakota and the Crow Creek Massacre totaling over 400 images with descriptions.
New Scientist: Ancient Ancestors had Tummy Bug Too
- The stomach-infesting bacterium Helicobacter pylori has been living in humans for at least 11,000 years - much longer than previously thought, say US researchers. (November 04, 2002)
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