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Students learning from home get tips on ergonomics after complaints about sore necks, backs

Boston 25 News 5/21/20: Students learning from home get tips on ergonomics after complaints about sore necks, backs. Some students are finding remote learning to be a big pain the neck in more ways than one, prompting a local school to team up with a chiropractor to create an ergonomics guide designed to help students with body pain they reported feeling.

Pamela Riddle, a wellness teacher at Wayland Middle School, reached out to Dr. Brad Weiss of Natick-based Performance Health Center to develop the posture instructions after hearing from students that their necks and backs were uncomfortable from spending so many hours hunched in front of their Chromebooks and other devices.

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