Minds and Brains: Book Review: Daniel Lieberman’s The Story of the Human Body.
Lieberman argues that all of these diseases are in some sense a result of cultural evolution speeding ahead of natural evolution with the result that have humans manufactured a psychologically comfy and satisfying environment that is paradoxically unhealthy without fundamentally affecting our reproductive fitness. Lieberman calls this this paradoxical unhealthiness “dysevolution”.
The Colbert Show: Daniel Lieberman. Interview starts at about minute 14.
PaleoRunner: "The Story of the Human Body: Daniel Lieberman" (embedded below):
Food Navigator (this site is so annoying that I caution against clicking on the link, but include for completeness): "Type 2 diabetes a ‘mismatch disease’ for our Paleolithic bodies"
The Guardian: "The Story of the Human Body: Evolution, Health and Disease by Daniel Lieberman – Review"
National Public Radio: "How Our Stone Age Bodies Struggle To Stay Healthy In Modern Times"
Mail Tribune: "The Human Body Wasn't Built For Modern Life"
Boston Globe: "‘Human Body’ author talks ‘mismatch diseases’"
Everyday eBook: "The Story of the Human Body: Straight Answers to Big Questions"
Outside Online: "The Human Body has a Story to Tell"
Far North Endurance: "A review of The Story of the Human Body, by Daniel Lieberman"
Harvard Magazine: "Harvard professor Daniel Lieberman discusses health and human evolution"