Diet, disease and decay: public osteology workshop
Do you have a sweet tooth? Have you ever thought about the impact of a sugary diet on your body?
Come to one of the "You Are What You Ate" project bone workshops and find out for yourself how archaeologists study nutritional diseases common in past centuries as well as today.
This hands-on adult workshop will introduce you to the human skeleton and will focus on dental diseases which are caused by starchy and sugary foods, as well as poor oral hygiene. See for yourself how what we eat affects your body!
The workshop takes place:
On: Wednesday 18 May 2011
At: 2.00pm to 4.30pm
In: Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford
Open to anyone over 18. Refreshments will be available.
Booking is essential. Please email or call 0113 343 1910 (Weds & Thurs only).
For more information visit the project website.
This activity is part of the 'You are what you ate' project, funded by the Wellcome Trust, and in partnership with the University of Leeds, Wakefield Council and the University of Bradford.Posted in: Research and innovation