- Darwinian Medicine at the University of Michigan
- Evolutionary Biology
- Natural History, Evolution, and Paleontology
- Nutrition and Diet
- Human Evolution
- Disease
- Epidemiology
- Creationist / Evolution Debate
- Fun, Interactive, and Popular Sites
- Other Websites that Address Darwinian Medicine
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  • "The Paleolithic Diet Page: What Hunter-Gatherers Ate": http://www.paleodiet.com. (A large collection of links centered around nutrition and evolution. Always remember to think critically about the information provided (especially in regards to dietary advice), however this site is full of interesting ideas and hypotheses from both scientists and personal web pages. Check out the "Educational Institutions" sections and "Associations/Organizations" sections.)
  • "Resources for the Anthropological Study of Food Habits": http://lilt.ilstu.edu/rtdirks. (Fairly comprehensive bibliography of academic publications from anthropology around the topics of Food and Nutrition. Compiled by Robert Dirks, an anthropologist at Illinois State University.)
  • "The Talk Origins Archive: Exploring the Creation/Evolution Controversy": http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/homs/. (This site offers a great overview of the fossil evidence for human evolution.  It includes pictures of major hominid fossils, descriptions, timelines, and current topics in Physical (Biological) Anthropology. In addition, it surveys the Creationist counter-arguments to each major fossil explanation and provides a thorough discussion of “What is Evolution.")
  • "Institute for Human Origins":  http://www.becominghuman.org/



Links from the CDC  (Center for Disease Control)

Links from the NIH (National Institute of Health)

Links from the WHO (World Health Organization)


Other Disease-related Links


Creationist / Evolution Debate

An extensive list of links on the creationist/evolution debate can be found at: http://www.talkorigins.org/origins/other-links.html#evolution

Teaching Evolution:


 Pro-Creationist :

 How to make up your own mind


Fun, Interactive, and Popular Sites



Books on Darwinian Medicine available at Amazon.com


Academic Publications


Darwinian Medicine Courses Elsewhere


Last Updated: August, 2005

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