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N&H TOPLINE: More lessons from kyphosis

While causes of condition remain unclear, research demonstrates dietary connection to kyphosis.

Last December, research from the University of Wisconsin shed light onto the causes of kyphosis, a condition characterized by an abnormal, outward spinal curvature in pigs. While the causes for the condition remain unclear, the research has demonstrated a dietary connection to kyphosis.

“This information provides evidence that can help establish a basis for investigating outbreaks of kyphosis and determining possible nutritional deficiencies,” Dr. Jon Bergstrom, senior tec

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