A study reveals ancient human teeth showing evidence that stressful events during early development are linked to shorter lifespans.
Anthropologist George Armelagos led a systematic review of defects in teeth enamel and early mortality.
He said: ‘Prehistoric remains are providing strong, physical evidence that people who acquired tooth enamel defects while in the womb or early childhood tended to die earlier.
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