Scientists Discovered The Oldest Human Plague. It Took Down Neolithic Farmers And Changed Europe’s History

Scientists Discovered The Oldest Human Plague. It Took Down Neolithic Farmers And Changed Europe’s History

« Scientists Achieve Breakthrough on Path to Pig-to-Human Heart Transplants Saturn and Its Moons Have Water Just Like Earth’s — Except for Phoebe » Scientists found evidence of an ancient plague in the bones of a woman buried among 77 other people from her village in western Sweden. (Credit: Cell Press) Buried among 77 other people from her village in western Sweden are the bones of a 20 year-old woman. Now an analysis of DNA extracted from her teeth reveals what likely killed her.

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