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Skeletal System

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Emilee Caasi

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Skeletal System
Emilee Caasi
The skeletal system provides structure, protection, and movement.




Major Organs
Location
Potential Diseases
Overview
Fun Facts
Summary
The skeletal system is a major connective tissue system that is made up of organs.

These organs include:
bones
ligaments
and cartilage
Arthritis - This is the damage of joints and other structures around it.

Bone Cancer - Bone cancer can originate in the bones or spread from there to another part of the body.

Scoliosis - This is a side-to-side curve in the back. This creates a "C" or "S" shape.



The skeletal system is located in the body. This includes the bones and joints in the body. The skeletal system is the body's basic framework providing structure and protection.
Health Care
It takes about 10 to 16 pounds of pressure to break an average bone.

Your hands and feet contain over half over half of the body's bones.(106)

Our teeth form part of the skeletal system, but are not counted as bones.


In order to keep your skeletal system healthy, it is important to consume the right nutrients every day.

You can exercise daily.

You can also drink/eat Milk/dairy products.



Overall the skeletal system helps and supports you body. The skeletal system protects your organs too. The skeletal system is a big part of the human body and helps in many ways.
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