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Computer screens and neck pain

When sitting at a computer, make sure that the computer screen is at eye level or higher, because it's easier on the neck to look up than to look down. Still another way to prevent tightness from developing in the neck and shoulder muscles is to apply a heating pad for 15 to 20 minutes at the end of the day. …

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