Neanderthals Munched on 'Aspirin' and Woolly Rhinos

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 - 15:31 in Biology & Nature

Neanderthals once dined on woolly rhinoceroses and wild sheep, and even self-medicated with painkillers and antibiotics, according to a new analysis of their dental plaque.

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