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Blount disease is a growth disorder that affects the bones of the lower leg, causing them to bow outward. It can affect people at any time during the growing process, but it's more common in kids younger than 4 and in teens. In Blount disease, a lot of pressure is put on the growth plate at the top of the tibia. This is called the physis and it's made out of cartilage , which is weaker than bone. The job of the physis is to allow the bone to lengthen and grow. But this excess pressure prevents the bone from growing normally. Instead, the lateral outer side of the tibia keeps growing but the medial inner side of the bone does not.
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Today: From the earliest days of the coronavirus, health officials believed that it largely spared children and teenagers, but recently that belief has been challenged. My colleague Pam Belluck on the story of a year-old boy whose case is being studied to better understand the impact of the virus on children. Pam, when does this understanding that we all seem to have about the coronavirus and how it spares children, when does that start to change? In late April, there was this bulletin that was sent out by a pediatric health service in the United Kingdom.
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