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I had been having chronic shoulder and neck pain for years and finally went to see an orthopedist about the problem. As most orthopedists, he played college football and was about the size of a refrigerator. He said that he saw this type of problem all the time-especially in women, because women's necks were not large enough to hold up their heads!

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Author:Marlowe, Chrissy
Publication:New Life Journal
Date:Oct 1, 2004
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