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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Palaeopathology: Definition and Disciplinary Place Literally, palaeopathology refers to the study of suffering in the past. Today, it is best defined as the&nbsp;study of the differential diagnosis of disease and&nbsp;disorder in past populations. It is allied to palaeode-mography, the study of the dynamics of population&nbsp;structure of past human groups (age-at-death, longevity, sex-linked mortality, etc.), and palaeoepidemiology,&nbsp;the study of the occurrence and spread of disease in&nbsp;past communities. These disciplines provide a complement to historical and clinical understandings of&nbsp;disease and disorder for periods and peoples without&nbsp;written records and for individuals and populations&nbsp;that these sources do not document. In more recent&nbsp;historical periods, palaeopathological studies act as a&nbsp;complement to historical epidemiological studies of&nbsp;disease and disorder, especially of those groups or&nbsp;peoples that are less likely to be recorded in') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Palaeopathology: Definition and Disciplinary Place Literally, palaeopathology refers to the study of suffering in the past. Today, it is best defined as the&nbsp;study of the differential diagnosis of disease and&nbsp;disorder in past populations. It is allied to palaeode-mography, the study of the dynamics of population&nbsp;structure of past human groups (age-at-death, longevity, sex-linked mortality, etc.), and palaeoepidemiology,&nbsp;the study of the occurrence and spread of disease in&nbsp;past communities. These disciplines provide a complement to historical and clinical understandings of&nbsp;disease and disorder for periods and peoples without&nbsp;written records and for individuals and populations&nbsp;that these sources do not document. In more recent&nbsp;historical periods, palaeopathological studies act as a&nbsp;complement to historical epidemiological studies of&nbsp;disease and disorder, especially of those groups or&nbsp;peoples that are less likely to be recorded in') AND id != 89529 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 00:44:16' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5