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The benefits of good posture - Murat Dalkilinç

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Has anyone ever told you, “Stand up straight!” or scolded you for slouching at a family dinner? Comments like that might be annoying—but they’re not wrong. Your posture is the foundation for every movement your body makes and can determine how well your body adapts to the stresses on it. Murat Dalkilinç gives the pros of good posture.

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  • Educator Murat Dalkilinç
  • Director Nadav Arbel
  • Artist Alon Braier
  • Sound Designer Tzoletet Studios
  • Script Editor Eleanor Nelsen
  • Narrator Addison Anderson

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Do you find that spending a lot of time carrying a heavy backpack filled with school supplies is a real pain in the neck and back? Read this article and find out the problems associated with that heavy school routine and learn about potential spinal issues that students may develop! Watch “What every student should know about backpacks”, and take a critical look at the way you carry your school supplies. Carrying those books could be less of a pain in the neck if you do.

Does backpack design have anything to do with posture? Read this article to find out! Go to Cornell University Ergonomics Web for some answers. What would you change to improve the design of your current backpack? Any ideas?

Know already that your posture isn’t the best it should be? Read this article for some tips on how to improve it! Spend a lot of time on your cell phone texting? Do you have “text neck?” Take a look at this article from NPR: Keep Your Head Up: Text neck Takes A Toll On The Spine. This article also has lots of information about this topic.

What about work related back issues? Visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and The World Health Organization for more information.

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  • Director Nadav Arbel
  • Artist Alon Braier
  • Sound Designer Tzoletet Studios
  • Script Editor Eleanor Nelsen
  • Narrator Addison Anderson

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