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Health Risks of Cannibalism

What you should know before consuming your fellow man

potato photo by Alexas_Fotos, courtesy of Unsplash

Do your neighbors look tasty?

I hope not. Beyond the glaring ethical implications of cannibalism, a diet of human parts isn’t the most nutritious or health-conscious choice.

The most dangerous side-effect is “kuru,” which occurs in the consumption of human brains. Kuru is a…

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