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This study attempts to characterize the health status and diet of prehistoric populations (1,000-2,000 years BP), dwelling at both banks of Parana River, between 29 degrees S and 32 degrees S. The data obtained suggest that these prehistoric populations had an adequate nutritional status, with complete proteins in the diet, as suggested by the ratio… (More)
The observation of porotic hyperostosis in the orbits (criba orbitalia) in bone remains of a funeral site at the north of the Santa Fe province strongly suggests the occurrence of severe anemia among dwellers. Intestinal parasitosis (by Ancylostoma duodenalis or Necator americanus) is deemed the most likely cause of the anemia.