Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is at the center of a lawsuit that was filed in Texas last week, even though he's neither the plaintiff nor the defendant.@Magginkat called the police action "cruel, inhumane treatment," but @OlympedeGouges says the suit is "understandable, but an overreaction."
There's tennis elbow, swimmer's ear, athlete's foot and, now, "text neck." Everyone's talking about the latest repetitive-movement-related injury, and according to chiropractors thousands of people are being treated for it. Text neck occurs when a person's neck is flexed with the shoulders bent and the back hunched for long periods of time (as people do while texting). With smartphones and iPads becoming increasingly popular, chiropractors are warning that constant neck-bending could eventually lead to headaches, arm pain, and even arthritis. To avoid text neck, doctors recommend taking regular screen breaks and rotating your shoulders when texting. You could also just stop texting and go back to talking on the phone (if you dare).
- Rush Limbaugh