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Exercise. Good nutrition. A balanced diet. Getting enough sleep. All of these "wellness" choices help prevent back pain.

4 Leaf Raking Tips to Protect Your Spine

Raking leaves is an activity that can cause back and neck pain. These 4 tips from a chiropractic doctor can help you protect your spine.

Yoga Poses for Back Pain

Yoga may help you reduce your back and neck pain and relieve stress. It's a very popular and safe form of exercise for many people who want to improve their spine health.

5 Mattress Buying Tips to Reduce Back Pain and Improve Sleep

A good mattress is good for your back and neck. This guide provides mattress basics to help you become a more informed consumer.

Find Your Dream Pillow to Banish Back and Neck Pain

A guide to help you select the right pillow to support your neck, and possibly also your back, knees, and hips while sleeping.

Save Your Back with Sleep

Sleep is essential for everyone. The spine, in particular, greatly benefits from adequate sleep.

How to Keep a Healthy Back: Hamstring Stretch Exercise Video

If you want to keep your back healthy, you should do hamstring stretches every day. Watch this video to learn how and why it’s important to back pain prevention.

4 Tips to Help Reduce Back Pain During Pregnancy

After consulting back pain experts, this yoga instructor discovered what worked for her, and shares her favorite stretches and exercises.

Ergonomic Chairs and Seat Adjustment

While most people believe sitting is relaxing, sitting is actually hard on the back because it transfers the full weight of the upper body onto the buttocks and thighs.

Proper Backpack Habits

Teaching children healthy backpack habits can provide lasting benefits for their back health.

Ergonomics: The Human Body and Injury Prevention

Ergonomics is concerned with how our environment interacts with our work. It also looks for ways to decrease the risks of injury and illness.

Pain in the Back: Your Child's Backpack May Not be the Cause

You children are suffering from back pain earlier and the use of an overweight backpack is a contributing factor.

Backpack Syndrome

A lesson your child probably won't learn at school: How to wear a backpack so that it doesn't cause back pain.

Workstation Ergonomics: Guidelines for Computer Use by Children

Like adults, kids can develop back pain too. Teach your child these easy ways to avoid back and neck pain.

Taking Care of Your Back

From the time you wake in the morning, you are responsible for adhering to proper bodily positioning and body mechanics.
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