Menstruation and Evolution on Skeptically Speaking

This week, we’re talking about what may be the most stigmatized facet of human reproduction. We’re joined by Dr. Kate Clancy, anthropology professor and science blogger, to learn about the physiology and function of menstruation, and the history of how it’s been considered in medicine and myth. And on the podcast, biologist P.Z. Myers of Pharyngula looks at menstruation from an evolutionary perspective.

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2 Responses to Menstruation and Evolution on Skeptically Speaking

  1. Ah, this should be interesting. What’s the compensation for losing all that iron?

  2. KathyO says:

    I can’t wait to hear how it’s all worthwhile.

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