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Texting - And Other Head-Down Tech Activities - Leads To Reversed Neck Curve

Posted on 09-30-2013

How many times have we seen middle-schoolers and teens (and maybe younger folks!) in the text-hunch position? I just want to walk up to them and pull their shoulders back and lift their poor, ...

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