Medieval English Social Inequality and Bone Health: What Lessons are There to be Learnt for the Living?
With social and economic systems determining the structure and function of human groups come health repercussions that affect our longevity and quality of life. Consequently, skeletal disorders in the modern world are becoming increasingly problematic as populations experience ageing-driven changes in bone metabolism. Coupled with often poor quality nutrition and largely sedentary lifestyles, skeletal adaptation in contemporary populations is facing more challenges than ever before. As...[Show more]
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