Latest Vertebra Stories
In between the vertebrae of the human spine are 23 Oreo-sized, cartilage-filled discs that hold the vertebrae together and allow for spine movement.
Surprise discovery contradicts theories about anatomy exclusive to land animals
Italian researchers at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart in Rome found an important molecular mechanism responsible for low back pain and other acute vertebral problems like cervical axial pain, all due to aging and degeneration of the vertebral column.
A new study says that a species of dinosaur may have acted like a Las Vegas showgirl or a strutting male peacock in order to attract males.
Osteoporosis is blamed for backbone fractures.
Why don't our arms grow from the middle of our bodies?
Paleontologist Mark McMenamin said on Monday a dig-site at Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park in Nevada contains evidence of a new sea creature that preyed on 45-foot-long ichthyosaurs.
Evolution adds and subtracts, and nowhere is this math more evident than in vertebrates, which are programmed to have five digits on each limb.