Weather Has No Affect on Back or Neck Pain

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By Alabama News Network

Many people believe changes in weather can trigger back and neck pain.  

But researchers at the University of Sydney, Australia say they are not linked.

They  looked at the case studies of about one thousand patients and the weather data over the course of a year.  

They found no association between body aches and  temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind direction or precipitation.  




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