Growing up different in Neolithic China – a case of dwarfism – Forbes article by Kristina Killgrove

“What we can say is that this individual would have likely had extra care needs where support from other community members was needed,” they write, “possibly both as the result of physical and/or mental disability, and that these would have presented early in life or were apparent at birth.” Forbes piece by Kristina Killgrove https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1879981719301342 %5B…%5D

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