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  2. photo Heavy use of iPads causing children to lose basic skills in the real worldHeavy use of iPads causing children to lose basic skills in the real worldNews
    that the technology is being used wisely'Another Northern Ireland teacher, Mark Montgomery, said overexposing children to technology has been linked to obesity and weight gain, aggressive behavior, repetitive strainRead more
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    heavy or positioned poorly, this causes muscles to work harder, leading to strain and fatigue that ultimately makes the back, neck and shoulders more susceptible to injury. Recommendations to ensureRead more
  4. photo Healthy Joints: Coping With Carpal Tunnel SyndromeHealthy Joints: Coping With Carpal Tunnel SyndromeTreatment
    re-injury by changing the way we do repetitive movements, the frequency with which we do the movements, and the amount of time we rest between periods when they perform the movements. ExerciseRead more

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Repetitive strain injury

Disease

Repetitive strain injury (RSI), also known as occupational overuse syndrome, is a medical condition affecting the muscles and nervous system. It is usually caused by doing the same thing repeatedly or without breaks. Using a computer for long periods of time is a common way of causing this problem.Repetitive strain injury is described as a sudden, intense pain in affected parts of the body,...More