STUDY SHOWS SOME TEETH HOLD LIFE-LONG HEALTH RECORDS: HERE'S WHAT'S INSIDE

A new study shows that human teeth hold information on the body’s health from the womb to the grave. Researchers at McMaster University point to the body’s first permanent molars, revealing a life-long timeline of information that lasts even after the body is dead. Think of it like a cross-section of a tree – each ring tells a story, each … Continue reading

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