SPOTLIGHT: Poor economy may be causing more physical injuries

People will always get back injuries and muscle strains--that's life. But lately, they've become more common, as the recession pushes people to take on physical tasks they wouldn't ordinarily perform. A new study suggests that 58 percent of 1,267 people surveyed had acute back pain or minor muscle strains due to recessionary issues, such as working harder at home and on the job. Press release

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