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A busy afternoon of yard work can do wonders for your lawn, but it can also do a number on your back. Judi Bar, a certified yoga therapist at Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute, says you can strike a pose or two before you rake to help decrease the pain. Here are some of Bar’s suggestions: Bend f...
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