The Evolution & Medicine Review
The Night before Fabmas

The Night before Fabmas

A Christmas Poem, by The FAB [F-elix (Breden), A-rne (Mooers), B-ernie (Crespi)]. Evolutionary Biology lab group at Simon Fraser University, as communicated by Bernie ‘Twas the night before Fabmas, and all through the roomNot a creature was stirring, not even on...
What hunter-gatherers can teach us about exercise

What hunter-gatherers can teach us about exercise

This is the second of our op-ed features, contributed by David Raichlen, Associate Professor in the School of Anthropology at the University of Arizona. What hunter-gatherers can teach us about exercise. Exercise is beneficial to health. This may be the most obvious...
Environmental Smoke in Alzheimer’s Disease

Environmental Smoke in Alzheimer’s Disease

Caleb E. Finch Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and Dornsife College, University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA     Environmental influences on Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are under appreciated. The 25-year search for AD genes has clearly shown that...
Antibiotics as panacea, or as opening Pandora’s box?

Antibiotics as panacea, or as opening Pandora’s box?

Welcome to HOT TOPIC, Evmedreview’s latest special feature of compelling, in-depth articles from major voices in the field of evolutionary medicine, highlighting urgent problems in the world of medicine today that evolutionary medicine has either identified, or upon...