""That insists that you crane your neck to see the screen," says
Lenore Bryck, a pain-relief and massage therapist in Amherst,
Massachusetts who works with clients suffering from chronic pain
and repetitive strain injuries. But if you elevate your laptop so
the screen is at an appropriate height for your neck, you've moved
it out of the comfort zone for typing."
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