City Dwellers More Resistant To Disease
Living in cities may not be a bad health option, suggests a new study.
Finally some good news for us city dwellers. Researchers from the University of London have concluded that people in urban areas are more resistant to diseases than their rural brethren. With denser populations and more chance of disease spreading, urbanities have developed genes that give them resistance to these diseases which they then pass on to their kids, thus spreading the resistance genes.
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