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"Economics & Human Biology: The Findings of 25 Years of Research"

Tuesday, September 25, 2012
12:00 AM
SPH I, 1455 Washingon Heights

Over the past thirty years, a new breed of 'anthropometric historians' has tracked how populations around the world have changed in stature. Height, they’ve concluded, is a kind of biological shorthand: a composite code for all the factors that make up a society’s well-being.  In our height lies the tale of our birth and upbringing, of our social class, daily diet, and health-care coverage. In our height lies our history

Speaker:
John Komlos, University of Munich//Duke University