iPad can be a pain in the neck: study

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Harvard study finds the iPad is putting a lot of strain on the neck muscles.

A record breaking 15.43 million iPads have been sold by Apple in the last three months of 2011, which means a lot of people are starting to use tablet computers. And with last week’s news that Apple is planning to bring textbooks to the iPad — well, that’s a lot more people who may start to use tablets, too.

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British Farmers Breed Self-Shearing Sheep

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A New Way To Get Wool

The new breed, called Exlana, is being developed by farmers in South West England to lose their woolly coats automatically in Spring.

Now, instead of spending precious time and money shearing their sheep, they now simply wait for the light coats to ‘moult’ in the fields.

The wool, which is shorter and more sparse than a traditional British sheep, begins shedding around the animal’s neck and legs, often leaving a temporary patch in the middle.

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TFAS: A New Procedure That Can Restore Full Use Of Spine

TFAS: A New Procedure That Can Restore Full Use Of Spine 

 TFAS Posterior View

Ever bend down and not get up again for a few days? Have you turned your neck in one direction only to find that your body had to accompany your neck to turn to the other side?

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