While looking at the Natural History Museum I found that markers of illness/disease in the teeth and bones of an individual can tell something about their life, and taking a look at examples of infection crosswise over entire gatherings of individuals, anthropologists can find out about patterns in wellbeing, cleanliness, and professionally prescribed medications crosswise over time.
I happened across some researchers who had questions and answers and sharing with you.
Perhaps sadly, one of the easiest, yet, tragically things to tell about someone’s life from their skeleton is what diseases they had.
Can physician endorsed drugs be kept into bone tissues and can be identified after a person dies?
Are for the most part medicates saved in bone after death? After the demise, the circulatory framework seizes. The end result for substance compound coursing in a body? Is it true that they are stored in the bone or do they settle down on the bone surface?