Monday, June 4, 2012

The Maasai, an Interlude: What Does All This Sociocultural and Historical Stuff Have to Do With Heart Disease?

by Chris Masterjohn

New post over at Mother Nature Obeyed:


Read more about the author, Chris Masterjohn, PhD, here.


  1. Oh, Chris, Chris -- this is so well written.

    "From the opening irony "typically died from dietary causes like choking on animal fat, or from other causes like being eaten by lions or starving to death during sporadic famines"

    thro' "chamelionic" and "gazing upon their clothing", I was was gently smiling and then fully grinning.

    And as for Mann's Priceless dental analyis . . .

    I wish that New York Times would give you the occasional writing assignment for Health & Living.

    Keep this style up in your writing and moreover if or when you teach.


  2. Replies
    1. Hi Marcus,

      What's not working?


    2. Ah, I see you probably mean the link. Unfortunately I just found out the site is temporarily down, and that is being fixed now.



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