"The American Journal of Human Biology is a bimonthly, peer-reviewed, internationally circulated journal that publishes reports of original research, theoretical articles and timely reviews, and brief communications in the interdisciplinary field of human biology. As the official journal of the Human Biology Association, the Journal also publishes abstracts of research presented at its annual scientific meeting and book reviews relevant to the field.
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Kruger, Daniel J., J. Clark, and S. Vanas. 2013. "Male Scarcity is Associated with Higher Prevalence of Premature Gestation and Low Birth Weight Births Across the United States." American Journal of Human Biology, 25(2): 225-227.
Berti, Peter R., Andrew Jones, Yesmina Cruz, Sergio Larrea, Ross Borja, and Stephan Sherwood. 2010. "Assessment and characterization of the diet of an isolated population in the Bolivian Andes." American Journal of Human Biology, 22(6): 741-749.