Black women most likely to die in medieval plague, Museum of London says

Biological anthropologist from University of Colorado, Prof Sharon DeWitte, said: “Not only does this research add to our knowledge about the biosocial factors that affected risks of mortality during medieval plague epidemics, it also shows that there is a deep history of social marginalization shaping health and vulnerability to disease in human populations.”


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