Monthly Archives: Mar 2021

BREAKING BONES, FRACTURING FAITH, OVERCOMING OSTEOPOROSIS.

by Mickie Jacobs Born to be active It is 1964 in Birmingham, England. Picture a young girl of 11 ½. She has just reached puberty; she is about to start secondary school. She is around 157 cms tall (or 5ft 2ins as this is England) and probably around 50 kg or 8 stone. This is […]

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The Skull: a little history of Little Foot

The skull is probably the most import bone in our body; after all it protects the brain which both motivates and moves us. There wouldn’t be much going on without it. Essentially, it is beautifully designed: smooth, perfectly shaped to fit and protect, and it formulates our appearance through the structure of facial bones. Here […]

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