GDiscussions in old age arise sooner or later when questions arise about personal well-being and general illnesses. A topic from this problem area has already penetrated into young secular communities, namely the question: Do you have a back?
If you can answer yes to this question, then, unfortunately, there is nothing special about you. Now it is a real social disaster, and for some people it occurs at a young age. About 20 percent of all people under the age of forty already suffer from a herniated disc. This is often only visible on a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, although this is not necessary long-term as a herniated disc may initially have no symptoms at all. In the age group of those over forty, this is already 27 percent.
Source: Frantfurter Allgemeine
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