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    Suffer with back pain? That's because you're a chimp.

    People with closer links to their ape ancestors may be more prone to a common cause of back pain, a study has shown.
    Evidence suggests that individuals with chimpanzee-like vertebrae are at greater risk of suffering a slipped disc.
    Bad backs may partly be the result of learning to run before we could walk in evolutionary terms, scientists believe.
    The rapid evolution of our ability to walk upright on two legs appears to have left some people vulnerable to back trouble.

    Study links back pain to ape ancestors | BreakingNews.ie

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    People with closer links to their ape ancestors may be more prone to a common cause of back pain, a study has shown.
    Evidence suggests that individuals with chimpanzee-like vertebrae are at greater risk of suffering a slipped disc.
    Bad backs may partly be the result of learning to run before we could walk in evolutionary terms, scientists believe.
    The rapid evolution of our ability to walk upright on two legs appears to have left some people vulnerable to back trouble.

    Study links back pain to ape ancestors | BreakingNews.ie
    How does this research affect people from Australia who are still evolving?

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