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Bio Sociology/ Bio Anthropology

Bio Sociology/ Bio Anthropology

An Earthquake May Have Caused the Demise of an Ancient Canaanite Palace

 The Canaanites were a group of ancient people who lived in the land of Canaan, which today encompasses Israel, Jordan, the West Bank and Gaza, and the southern portions of Lebanon and Syria. In ......

Bio Sociology/ Bio Anthropology

Discovering Ancient Food Practices: Unglazed Ceramic Cookware Retains Residue of Earlier Meals

  We usually talk about the future of food, such as how it will be engineered to be more nutritious, but what about its history? Knowing the evolution of food in the ancient world will help ......

Bio Sociology/ Bio Anthropology

Sun-Seeking Behavior is Linked to Genes: Study

 The sunlight, when enjoyed in moderation, has several positive effects on our overall health. It enhances our mood, treats seasonal depression, relieves stress, provides Vitamin D, which is invo......

Bio Sociology/ Bio Anthropology

Social Media Comments and Likes Lower Girls’ Self-Esteem Overtime: Study

 Teenagers and children use social media to have fun, share interests, maintain friendships, and explore their identities. However, while digital media literacy is good, using social media also p......

Bio Sociology/ Bio Anthropology

Likelihood of Suicide Attempts Can be Transmitted from Generation to Generation in Families: Study

 Suicidal behavior is a serious potential consequence of treatable mental disorders that include bipolar disorder, major depression, borderline personality disorder, substance use disorders, anxi......

Bio Sociology/ Bio Anthropology

Menstrual Leave Is Controversial, But It Has Moral and Economic Benefits to Workplaces

 An increasing number of companies have taken steps to promote gender equality in the workplace, reported Hannah Sparks of New York Post, a daily newspaper in New York City. In fact, many of them......