Double-jointedness is a myth. Though you might be able to stretch your muscles twice as far as others, you owe it to a single, extra-flexible joint.
Can you bend your thumb backwards until it touches your wrist? If you join your hands behind your back, can you lift them over your head without letting go?
Researchers have been studying moose for years and one thing they've found is while arthritis in moose is genetic, it's also triggered by the environment.
Recent studies on dinosaur joints suggest that they may have been even taller than we thought!
You go out walking or jogging every day for your health and well being, and what do you get for your troubles? You might get runner's knee.
The octopus tentacle surprisingly acts in much the same way as the human arm when transferring tasty morsels from sucker to mouth.
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During voyage of the Beagle, Charles Darwin was often overcome by seasickness and discovered that “nothing but lying in [his] hammock did any good.”This remedy–lying down with eyes shut–is one of the most effective for treating motion sickness.
The first cows that come back from milking head right for the stalls with waterbeds, and some cows have been known to wait around for other cows to clear out so that they can grab their spot.
Contortionists are not able to bend their bodies in extraordinary shapes because they are double jointed, instead they are flexible in several key joints.