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Human Teeth Healthier in the Stone Age Than Today: Study
Date:2/19/2013

rsity of Sydney, added that "dental plaque represents the only easily accessible source of preserved human bacteria." And, she said in the news release, "Genetic analysis of plaque can create a powerful new record of dietary impacts, health changes and oral pathogen genomic evolution, deep into the past."

The researchers said their research is being expanded to include other periods in time, other areas of the world and other species, such as Neanderthals.

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Visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to learn more about oral health.

-- Mary Elizabeth Dallas

SOURCE: Australian Centre for Ancient DNA, news release, Feb. 18, 2013


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