Disease patterns in human biohistory -- Human biology: the Pleistocene inheritance -- Adapting to diversity: climate, food and infection -- Infectious disease: humans and microbes coevolving -- The Third Horseman: food, farming and famines -- The industrial era: the Fifth Horseman? -- Longer lives and lower birth rates -- Modern affluence: lands of milk and honey -- Cities, social environments and synapses -- Global environmental change: overstepping limits -- Health and disease: an ecological perspective -- Footprints to the future: treading less heavily
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