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  • When to Worry About Back Pain in Kids

    Back pain is a well-known source of discomfort in adults, but it is also being diagnosed more frequently in children and adolescents. Most parents don't expect otherwise healthy children to complain of back pain—a problem generally associated with middle age or later. However, back pain has been found to occur in between 14% and 24% of children and adolescents.

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  • Do more to strengthen your core

    Developing core strength is essential for fitness and overall health, but it doesn't have to be a drudge. If you're ready to go beyond crunches—or never liked them to begin with!—consider these moves that target the muscles in your torso and spine.

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  • Easy neck stretches for tension relief

    It can happen when you're stuck in traffic, or hunched over for hours at your desk, or even sitting in the stands watching your child's lacrosse game—that painful twinge in the back of your neck.

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  • Efforts to minimize painkillers after surgery appear to be working

    Many hospitals have begun to take steps to minimize the amount of opioids prescribed after surgery by managing painthrough alternative methods.

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  • Health Tip: Lifting Heavy Things

    People who practice smart lifting techniques are less likely to suffer muscle sprains, pulls and injuries caused by heavy lifting.

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