Our skulls are out-evolving us

A motley crew of scientists argue that our ever-shrinking skulls are wreaking havoc on our well-being
 Katherine Reynolds Lewis, OneZero
September 27, 2019
Written by Katherine Reynolds Lewis, OneZero
A motley crew of scientists and health-care providers are now coalescing to investigate how our faces are changing and the ramifications for our health.

It includes a Chicago dentist, a Philadelphia anthropologist, and a Las Vegas feeding specialist, along with sleep researchers at Stanford and Northwestern. These professionals argue that modern life has disrupted the complex biological systems in our faces, heads, and throats, leading to problems as varied as jaw pain, chronic headaches, allergy, asthma, sleep disruption, and all the associated disorders.
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