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back pain

Cutting back on Zoom calls and encouraging workers to take breaks could help in these stressful times.
It starts with strengthening and stabilizing your key muscle groups.
Lower tailbone pain is a sign of sitting on hard surfaces for too long.
Lower back giving you trouble? Try these three exercises to keep the pain from getting worse.
Whether mild, severe or chronic, back pain affects almost everyone. According to Statistics Canada, four out of five adults will experience an episode of back pain at some point in their life. However, this does not have to mean that we are destined to live in pain.
It all starts with practicing proper posture.
Back pain can be a real pain in the back.
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