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Learn how fast food is linked to poor mental health in HealthCentral's infographic. #HealthCentral

Learn how fast food is linked to poor mental health in HealthCentral's infographic. #HealthCentral

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Cannibalism in Jamestown: Colonists most likely ate the brain of a 14-year-old girl after she had died, probably of starvation during the winter of 1609-1610.  The colonists were badly prepared for winter conditions in the new world at Jamestown. Most starved or died of disease and cold.  Archaeologists announced today the "first solid evidence" that some 17th-century American colonists consumed one another.

Cannibalism in Jamestown: Colonists Ate a 14-Year-Old Girl's Brain

Cannibalism in Jamestown: Colonists most likely ate the brain of a 14-year-old girl after she had died, probably of starvation during the winter of 1609-1610. The colonists were badly prepared for winter conditions in the new world at Jamestown. Most starved or died of disease and cold. Archaeologists announced today the "first solid evidence" that some 17th-century American colonists consumed one another.

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