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Do you know what your child’s backpack is doing to their body?


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A survey of more than 1,000 Australian School Children revealed that one in three suffer significant back or neck pain, with more than half citing heavy school bags as the direct cause.

Almost half the children surveyed carried school bags greater than the recommended 10% of their body weight for up to 45 minutes each day.

Here are some great tips to decrease the stress that school bags have on your child’s spine: