Last month brought a bunch of news related to Roman bioarchaeology, which is linked to below, as well as the annual American Association of Physical Anthropologists conference in St. Louis, MO. I live-tweeted a bunch of bioarchaeology papers, including some classical ones, and you can find them by clicking through to my twitter feed (and looking for #AAPA2015; I unfortunately can't figure out how to filter out just my posts with that hashtag). Without further ado, last month's news […]
Steeped, by Annalies Zijderveld
I have been a tea drinker for as much of my life as I can remember, but for most of that time tea has been a part of the background of my life – ever present, but not something I took much notice of. In the last few months that has changed, and I have been exploring new blends and flavours of tea, and I am looking forward to growing some of my own tea plants in my new garden this summer.
It may seem to be a logical next step to include tea in food
Analysis of a man who lived in Washington state some 9,000 years ago reveal he didn't eat game meat, but stuck mostly to seafood. Why? Continue reading →
People who suffer from Morgellons say they have a bizarre range of symptoms including sensations of crawling or stinging on and under their skin.
Unlike animals that directly sniff each other, humans are more discreet. After shaking hands with another person, we raise our hands to our faces and smell the scent without realizing it. Researchers believe it's an unconscious form of chemical communication. Earlier studies found that the scent of a woman's tears turns off men and the smell of sweat can signal fear.
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