Northern Europe

23andMoo

June 28, 2015
New research suggests that it took a long time before Europeans could actually benefit from consuming milk. Looking at DNA samples from the remains for more than 100 individuals who lived in Eurasia from 3,000 to 5,000 years ago, researchers in Norway found that it took a surprisingly long time before Europeans could tolerate milk.
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Not So Close Neighbors: The Genetically Isolated People of Finland

October 29, 2008
Even though European populations have been studied for years, there are still many lingering questions as to the continent’s population history — especially with regards to isolated peoples.   Understanding...
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