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American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons: “Spine Basics.”
American Chiropractic Association: “Today’s Fashion Can Be Tomorrow’s Pain.”
Cedars Sinai: “Anatomy of the Spine.”
Cleveland Clinic: ““Posture for a Healthy Back,” “The Structure and Function of a Healthy Spine.”
Kidshealth.org: “Your Bones.”
Knowyourback.org: “Spinal Column,” “10 Tips for a Healthy Back.”
Monterey Bay Aquarium: “Spiny King Crab.”
NASA: “Station Spinal Ultrasounds Seeking Why Astronauts Grow Taller in Space.”
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: “Low Back Pain Fact Sheet.”
National Space Biomedical Research Institute: “The Body in Space.”
Neuroscience for Kids: “The Spinal Cord.”
Oxford University Museum of Natural History: “How do we divide the animal kingdom?”
Shepherd Center: “About Spinal Cord Injury.”
University of Alabama at Birmingham: “Understanding spinal cord injury and functional goals and outcomes,” “What does the spinal cord do?”
University of Connecticut Health Center: “Spine Conditions and Treatment.”
University of Maryland Medical Center: “A Patient’s Guide to Anatomy and Function of the Spine.”
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