Human Growth and Medical Anthropology

Boas argued for nearly 50 years that the study of human growth provides a mirror of the human condition. It is widely accepted today that the patterns of growth of human populations reflect the "material and moral conditions of that society" (Tanner, 1986). Those material and moral conditions are, in large parts, determinants of human health, in terms of physical, social, and emotional well-being. Viewed in this perspective, the study of human growth in its cultural context contributes to many interests of medical anthropology.

The Complete Compendium Of Everything Related To Health And Wellness

The Complete Compendium Of Everything Related To Health And Wellness

A lot of us run through the day with so many responsibilities that we don't have even an instant to treat ourselves. Coping with deadlines at work, attending to the kids, replying to that demanding client we respond and react to the needs of other people. It's time to do a few merciful things to reward yourself and get your health in order.

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