Some people lose a few inches in height as they age
If you have noticed that someone who once towered over you, seems to be shorter, it's not your imagination. Numerous studies indicate that people really do lose height as they age. According to Harvard Medical School, adults begin losing bone density around the age of 40. There is also a thinning of the gel-like substance that separates each vertebra, which causes bones to dry out and become brittle. This spine deterioration is compounded by muscle loss is what causes some adults to seem hunched over. You may also have noticed adults who seem taller as they age which is why there should be no cause for alarm. There are steps you can take to ensure your bones are healthy and prevent unnecessary shrinkage in your height.
Demonstration for Harvest Davidson, trial held up years due to El Dorado DA’s failure to provide discovery
Tina Perry (top) speaking at a demonstration for her son, Harvest Davidson, at the El Dorado County DA's office on Monday, December 20, 2021(Photos by Robert J Hansen) A small demonstration was held at the El Dorado County District Attorney’s office in Placerville for Harvest Davidson, who has been awaiting trial for a 2016 incident, on Monday.