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Most Americans Not Concerned About Poor Posture

The average person spends nearly four hours of their days looking down at their smart phone but less than half of Americans are worried about what that's doing to their backs, according to a new survey. A new Orlando health survey found only 47% of Americans seemed concerned that their smart phones...
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"Tech Neck" Affects Women More Often Than Men

Handheld technology has us looking down a lot, but a new study reveals women suffer with more tech neck than men do. Researchers found that women are twice as likely as men to experience persistent pain in the neck and upper shoulders caused by bending or slouching into extreme positions while...
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Young Children Showing Signs Of Neck and Back Damage From Viewing Phones

While parents worry about kids hurting their eyes from viewing a computer or phone screen all day, another concern is the constant downward posture of their heads looking at their phones. Physical therapists are noticing an increase of children with what they call "text neck", related to having...
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Phone Feature Will Alert You When Someone Else Is Looking At It

How can you tell if someone is looking at your phone? The new Google Pixel will alert you with a rainbow vomit picture! Google calls the feature an electronic screen protector and it will use the front-facing camera of the Google-Pixel phone, along with eye-detecting artificial intelligence to...
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City Fines Walkers For Texting While Crossing The Street

Starting Wednesday (10/25/2017), walkers in Honolulu, Hawaii can be fined for walking across the street while texting, gaming or looking at your phone. The "Distracted WAlking" law is the firs of it's kind aims to curb teh highest rate of pedestrians hit by cars in the country as being distracted...
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