A 'Celtic Curse' Has Roots Stretching Back To The Bronze Age

A 'Celtic Curse' Has Roots Stretching Back To The Bronze Age

In people with hemochromatosis, iron builds up and can overload the heart and other organs. Geneticists looking at 5,000-year-old human remains say the disorder may have had evolutionary advantages.

Source: NPR
A 'Celtic Curse' Has Roots Stretching Back To The Bronze Age

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