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Daily Mail Horror: Spring Gives You Cancer

by | 17th, April 2015


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Page 11: “Phone-obsessed under 30s left battling back pain – British Chiropractic Association says lots of younger people are getting back pain from technology.”

This is the same British Chiropractic Association who told the Mail in 2014:

“Back pain? Don’t use your laptop or tablet in bed: Chiropractors say people who use devices forget posture causing problems and poorer sleep quality”

“Sitting hunched over a computer screen for hours at a time means three-quarters of us now suffer from back pain, according to the British Chiropractic Association.”

“Four in ten teens have suffered back or neck pain from spending too much time slouched in front of the TV or a computer screen, according to the British Chiropractic Association.”

And in 2013:

“Video games, tablets and smartphones are ‘a back injury time bomb’ for children who are increasingly sedentary, study warns”

In 2011:

The smartphone, laptop, and gaming console may all be ‘essential’ additions to modern life, but they are wreaking havoc on our bodies, say experts at the British Chiropractic Association.

Do you suffer from ‘text neck’? Chiropractors say smartphone obsession causing injuries

In other Daily Mail chiropractory stories:

‘My chiropractor gave me locked-in syndrome, but I survived’

Page 19: “Eating out raise blood pressure”

No. It doesn’t. But eating more fat might.



Front Page:  “Why spring’s sun is such a risk for SKIN CANCER”

Yep. Spring gives you cancer!

Pages 38-19: “Forecasters predict weeks of good weather. But rushing outside after months indoors can be deadly”

Page 54: “When a bad back is actually a tumour”

Page 56: “Why dementia gets worse when the sun goes down”



Page 26: “Paracetamol ‘numbs your feelings as well as pain'”

Page 27: “How co-called health apps could actually be causing us stress”



Page 13: “Women are more likely to have a heart attacks after divorce than men”

Page 21: Loud snoring could be an early sign of dementia”

Page 49: “It’s called ‘tech neck’ – sagging jowl caused by staring down at tablets and phones. So…Is your mobile phone ruining your LOOKS?”



Page 47: “A simple peck on the cheek can reduce stress”


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