Moroccan Stone Age hunters’ rotten teeth

By Jonathan AmosScience correspondent, BBC News

Scientists have found some of the earliest evidence for widespread tooth decay in humans.

It comes from the skeletal remains of Stone-Age hunter-gatherers who lived in what is now Morocco more than 13,700 years ago.

The researchers tell the PNAS journal that the individuals were eating a lot of high-carbohydrate nutty foods.

The poor condition of their teeth suggests they were often in agony.

“At a certain point, the tooth nerve dies but up..

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A seemingly dreary February break from school may be the perfect opportunity for accomplishing those important tasks that can’t be achieved during the term time, such as introducing your youngsters to their first check up.

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