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Is texting bad for your spine?

You might not think of texting as back-breaking work, but according to new research, it may permanently damage your spine.

Chiropractor explains how texting can lead to back problems

You might not think of texting as back-breaking work, but according to new research, it may permanently damage your spine. This morning Metro Morning host Matt Galloway spoke with Sasha Hamid a chiropractor with the Canadian Chiropractic Association.

Citing a new study, she explains how texting can put unhealthy pressure on your spine.

Click on the file below to listen to her interview.

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