In The News: March 2018

A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology (October 2017) found that regular exercise lowers your risk for low back pain, a condition that affects about 80 percent of adults some time in their lifetimes. Low back pain is often caused by pulling a muscle, overstretching a ligament, or mechanical problems resulting from poor posture, weak core muscles and poor flexibility.
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