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  • A cure for digital addicts’ ‘text neck’?

    Wall Street Journal - 05/23/2016

    To achieve a neutral position, I needed to not only tilt the phone as prompted by the app, but also move it high in front of my face.

    That illustrates the “trade-off” between improving your neck angle and potentially causing your shoulders and arms to hurt, says Jack Dennerlein, director of the occupational biomechanics and ergonomics laboratory at Northeastern University in Boston.

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