Working from home? Then watch your back! Here's how to keep your back healthy


If your quarantine desk setup is anywhere near as bad as that of George Clooney's wax figure, brought home by the Madame Tussauds museum in Berlin, then you'll want to pay attention to what you're doing to your back. — Britta Pedersen/dpa

Sitting in an office for hours on end is bad enough, but if you're working from home during the coronavirus crisis, you don't even have your trusty office chair and desk.

You may be making do with the kitchen table, living room couch or even your bed, which are far from ideal work areas.

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