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How cutting-edge archaeology can improve public health

McMaster Anthropology professor and Canada Research Chair, Dr. Megan Brickley, writes about her research on Vitamin D deficiency in past populations and its significance to modern public health.

Jul 21, 2018

The on-line blog, SAPIENS, just published a piece written by Dr. Megan Brickley (Department of Anthropology) on how cutting-edge research using archaeological human skeletal remains can inform modern issues in public health. Read the full article here: How Cutting-Edge Archaeology Can Improve Public Health.