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How to avoid RSI from using mobiles and tablets

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Sitting at a desk and using a keyboard and mouse can be bad for the body, that's why there are a range of wrist supports and ergonomic keyboards and chairs designed to prevent repetitive strain injury (RSI).

But are our mobile devices any better for us?

Lara Lewington finds out how to avoid injuries including "Blackberry thumb" and "iPad shoulder".

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