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# back pain

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# back pain
FIA vows to ‘reduce or eliminate’ porpoising on the advice of its medical team
A number of drivers have expressed concerns about back problems with some cars experiencing exaggerated bouncing.
All time
Consultant spine surgeon: Movement is key to avoiding back pain in the remote working era
Derek Cawley says the change in our work habits and bad home office setups have contributed greatly to an increase in back pain.
# back pain
‘Ageing is not fun’ says Tiger Woods after he just makes the cut in Ohio
Woods had two birdies in his last three holes as he scraped into the weekend while Rory McIlroy had another inconsistent round.
# semenly harmless
Man receives hospital treatment after injecting himself with his own semen
The man had been injecting himself with his own semen for quite some time.
# Driver dilemma
12 tips to help reduce back pain whilst driving
Are you sitting comfortably?
# Research
Myth debunked: Rainy weather does NOT cause achy joints and sore backs
Researchers from Harvard Medical School found there is no correlation between achy joints and rainfall.
# Australia
Nurofen products pulled from the shelves over 'misleading claims'
Products that claimed to target specific types of pain were found to be identical.
# putting the foot down
Judge rules out effect of 'high heels and a tight skirt' in Ryanair back-pain damages claim
A former employee’s case was ultimately lost because the airline showed they’d provided bag-lifting training.
# expert advice
5 of the most common myths about back pain debunked
You don’t necessarily need to lie on the couch all day or require surgery to cure the problem.
# Through The Pain Barrier
Two million people could have better lives because of one Dublin company's breakthrough
Mainstay Medical has taken a step closer to bringing its treatment for chronic back pain to market.
# back pain
'Hurling is one thing but there’s more serious things than that' - Michael Fennelly
The Kilkenny midfielder’s back injury impacted all areas of his life this year, including work.
Four die after rare meningitis outbreak in US
All cases involved patients who received steroid injections for back pain, health officials said today.
# Roland Garros
Murray survives injury scare at French Open
The Briton battled through his back pain to beat Jarkko Nieminen in four sets this morning.
# back pain
Quarter of a million Irish fail to seek help for debilitating back pain - survey
With 80 per cent of those suffering nerve-related back pain aged under 50, chronic pain is thought to be significantly impacting people’s personal and professional lives.