That tablet is killing your back

A Harvard study found that iPads and other tablets are worse for your back and neck than laptops and desktops.

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A Harvard study outlines the various ways these nefarious devices are plaguing us. Basically, users tend to bend their necks more while using a tablet than with a laptop or desktop. Because tablet use can change your posture, this can “cause extra strain on the neck and shoulder muscles,” according to the study.

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