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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
Prehistoric people were hunter gatherers which means they never stayed in the same place for a long amount of time,they were nomadic.To survive they had to be fit and healthy.Many mothers and babys died in childbirth from complications.
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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
It is hard to find out exactly how prehistoric people lived because they moved around all the time and did not write.
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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
People living in prehistoric times believed in spirits. They believed that spirits were in every natural living thing.Natural and Supernatural causes and cures existed side by side.
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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
Supernatural Causes included evil spirits,putting a curse on someone and people losing their own spirits.
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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
Supernatural Cures included a medicine man,chanting,dancing,charms and trephining.
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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
Natural Causes included accidents from hunting or fighting.
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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
Natural Cures included herbal remedies,mud,splints of wood,minerals,animal arts,trial and error and plants.
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Prehistoric Times 3000BC-500BC
Any new ideas spread slow because communications were slow.
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People living in prehistoric times believed in spirits. They believed that spirits were in every natural living thing.Natural and Supernatural causes and cures existed side by side.

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Supernatural Causes included evil spirits,putting a curse on someone and people losing their own spirits.

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Supernatural Cures included a medicine man,chanting,dancing,charms and trephining.

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