When Humans Were Scarce - Global Problems of Population Growth - Robert Wyman - Lecture 4 of 24 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Medicine

Description: Hunter-gatherer populations were much less dense than later agriculturalists. The variety of their food supply protected them from crop failures and their sparseness reduced the spread of infectious diseases. Hunter-gatherers were healthier and worked less than early agriculturalists. 
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