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Rand Paul: Fauci acting like the Medieval Church with ‘I represent science’ declaration

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Paul, a doctor of ophthalmology who has clashed with the Brooklyn immunologist in Senate hearings multiple times in recent months, told Fox News Fauci's declaration was just the latest example of his self-important v...

Plague wasn’t the only disease that afflicted medieval Britons. Cancer did, too

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The earliest description of cancer is from an ancient Egyptian papyrus, and going back further, even dinosaurs suffered a form of the disease. But cancer long has been thought to have become a common disease only in...

The inhabitant of a medieval grave in Finland may have been nonbinary, a new study finds

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In 1968, excavators uncovered a nearly 1,000-year-old grave in Finland thought to be occupied by a warrior woman, given the presence of both jewelry and a pristine sword in the grave. A new analysis of the grave's c...

Medieval Europeans regularly reopened graves — and not to rob them

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Early Medieval graves in Europe were reopened as part of widespread burial traditions -- not only by grave robbers, as experts previously thought. Hundreds of graves dating from the fifth century to the seventh cent...

Medieval bones tell a stark tale of hard work and physical trauma

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London Social inequality was "recorded on the bones" of the medieval residents of Cambridge, England, a new study of hundreds of sets of human remains in the city has revealed. Researchers studied the remains of more...