Carpal Tunnerl Syndrome May Not Be Tied To Typing : News Photo

Carpal Tunnerl Syndrome May Not Be Tied To Typing

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388813 03: (FILE PHOTO) This photo illustration depicts a person typing May 4, 2001 in Denver, CO. The June 12, 2001 issue of 'Neurology' magazine reports that typing does not increase a person''s likelihood of developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. (Photo by Michael Smith/Getty Images)
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388813 03: (FILE PHOTO) This photo illustration depicts a person typing May 4, 2001 in Denver, CO. The June 12, 2001 issue of 'Neurology' magazine reports that typing does not increase a person''s likelihood of developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. (Photo by Michael Smith/Getty Images)
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June 12, 2001
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