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gaps in our skeletal system, like the open
spaces surrounding our joints that allow for
flexibility and movement. But there are also
gaps that are caused by injury or congenital
defects that interfere with movement and can
be quite painful. New research by Dr. Melissa
Grunlan and a team or researchers... Read more

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