- Coughs Fool Patients into Unnecessary Requests for Antibiotics
- Bipedalism, Birth and Brain Evolution
- This article in particular struck me as the topic that stood out the most to me, due to my first reading of our textbook “Evolutionary Medicine”. When I first viewed the diagrams of the pelvic openings, I didn't actually realize what they were speaking of until I read the section and I was so mind blown. I would have never put it together that bipedalism could alter birth and ultimately the way humans develop. Something that I find interesting is how the altering of the wide birth passage and bipedalism were independent evolutionary processes. Does this mean that the early anatomically modern humans had smaller brains/bigger skulls in comparison to the modern homo sapien? I feel like this is something I’d like to learn more in the future.
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