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How to Survive: Broken Bones

Snap, Crackle, Pop! We hope everyone survived their holiday week and weekend! We're back with a new episode to prepare you for those winter, icy adventures you might have coming up. Julie tells us how to survive breaking a bone! Sorry for those that are squeamish, this might not be an episode for you but we hope you stick around for a truly epic survival story, a quick lesson about your skeleton (so many bones), and how to take care if you find yourself on the mend. Thank you for tuning in!


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Hilda by Duane Bryers (1911-2012)


Mr. Bones candy


Danelle Ballengee and Taz, I Shouldn’t be Alive


Danelle Ballengee, pelvic injuries from fall


Skeleton breakdown


 Broken bones info graphic from HCA Midwest Health

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Where to watch Danelle Bellengee's episode of "I Shouldn't Be Alive"

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