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Video game injuries continuing to grow into a hazard

Video game injuries are becoming increasingly common, said Terry Moore, a local neuromuscular physiologist who says he has had children as young as five or six coming into his office with neck and upper back pain. While Moore is accustomed to seeing men in their 40s and 50s complaining of strain-related headaches and carpal tunnel syndrome, he is now seeing a growing number of men in their 20s with the same symptoms.

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