Ancient Diseases journals play major role in explaining about ancient diseases which affected our ancestors. In this regard, a considerable importance is given to fossils in order to do research about these ancient diseases and to publish papers in the respective ancient diseases journals. In the study of ancient diseases hardly anything provides more information than dead fossils. These Ancient Diseases journals provide almost complete information on diseases which have significantly influenced the life of our ancestors. Our present population is getting clear idea about diseases, which include origin, spread, and development at ancient times with the help of these ancient diseases journals.
Bone abnormalities serve as a strong identification source in the research of these ancient diseases. It is not difficult to date tuberculosis with the clear observation of lesions which appears on bones. Pneumonia may be more ancient than tuberculosis but lung tissue decomposes easily after a burial. Another source for dating diseases is genomic data which have played a vital role in ancient dieseases research. DNA testing of samples from mummies and skeletons can identify these ancient diseases. The Ancient Diseases Journal also explains about the research work done on these diseases at ancient times. The minimum knowledge about these ancient diseases is now available online through these ancient diseases journals and, thus, is brought to the common people.
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Last date updated on September, 2020