How Ancient Farmers Throttled Their Immune Systems

How Ancient Farmers Throttled Their Immune Systems
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When early farmers of the Vinca culture first sowed barley and wheat 7700 years ago in the rich soil of the Danube River and its tributaries, they changed more than their diet: They introduced a new way of life to the region.

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