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The British Chiropractic Association is urging people to pay attention to their posture and straighten up this World Spine Day (October 16th).
For many carers, physical activity such as lifting is a significant part of their daily routine but not all carers will be aware of their back when looking after someone. To mark BackCare Awareness Week, the British Chiropractic Association has developed simple tips to help carers whilst they help others.
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Research has found that only 17% of British workers are taking a full hour for their lunch break and those that don’t could be looking at health and productivity impacts.
The British Chiropractic Association has some great advice for desk hoggers looking to maximise their lunchbreaks.
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Women in the UK are starting to suffer with back and neck pain at the tender age of 28, according to new research from the British Chiropractic Association released to mark BackCare Awareness Week.
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