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    Senior Community Member Jennifer mom to my 7's Avatar
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    Can we discuss these studies again?

    It seems to me they are saying neck loads are still elevated, not that they are more elevated.

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    CPST Instructor jourdysmom's Avatar
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    Re: Can we discuss these studies again?

    I can only open the TC one... looking at it now

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