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Tractor vibrations can be bad for farmers' backs

05:20 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Medical Xpress

Researcher Catherine Trask and recent master's graduate Xiaoke Zeng have found that farmers experience prolonged "body shock" when riding horses or driving farming machinery on uneven terrain during an average workday. Whole body vibration is a major risk factor for developing back pain, they say.

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