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Putting Together an Ergonomic Work Space

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One positive of working from home is that no one can judge your bad posture—but while it might be comfortable to sit backwards and upside down in your desk chair, it's not always the best for your body. When it comes to creating a productive work space (for you, or for children doing their virutal learning) it's important to take posture into account and create an ergonomic space, and to take a physical break every 20 to 30 minutes. Head over to Cleveland Clinic to hear tips, tricks and reasoning from a chiropractor.