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Bad weather isn’t to blame for your aching back
- By Howard E. LeWine, MD, Chief Medical Editor, Harvard Health Publishing
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They tested correlation between pain and temeperature, humidity, barometric pressure etc. What they should rather test is conductivity, ion concentration and other electo-magnetic changes and anomalies in the amosphere that follow weather change, because those are the things related to signals (electric, neuron) in our nervous system which we register as pain.
I believe that change in weather and back pain are co related. In India, we normally say that those who are suffering from back pain usually feel more pain when the weather is much cold. Most people will agree with this fact about change in weather and having its effect on back pain.
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I wonder why there are no topics on men’s baldness and hair loss in general?
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