6 Ways Your Mobile Devices Are Hurting Your Body Just ask your neck, shoulders and back. But with a few adjustments, you won’t have to give up emojis or binge-watching.
New rules for screen time
by Leslie Barrie
From Health magazine
You stare at them every day. Probably for more hours than you gaze at your own kids, partner or dog. We’re talking screens, and “all that hunching to look at them can put serious strain on your body,” says Kenneth K. Hansraj, MD, chief of spine surgery at New York Spine Surgery and Rehab in New York City. See if your go-to position is a doctor’s worst nightmareand how to fix it for fewer aches and pains.