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JUNE 2017

Volume 3, Number 6

Asymmetrical Bite Could Signify Early Life Stress

The process used by anthropologists to assess skulls and teeth for asymmetrical bite may prove valuable to living populations as an indicator of environmental stress, according to a University of Washington School of Dentistry study.

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