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How Your Desk Job Is Causing You Pain
How Your Desk Job Is Causing You Pain

It may surprise you to learn how a job with few physical demands, if any, can be so taxing on the body. Of course, working at a job where you must stand all day carries its own risks, such as working construction or in a factory. The problem with office work, though, is the ...

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