Chiropractors are discovering new kinds of Scoliosis curves thanks to the awkward way our bodies rest while using smartphones and tablets. We'll demonstrate a few of our favorites, talk about music genre stereotypes, optimism for the music industry, and the weird buying habits of obsessive record collectors on today's show.
Chiropractors are finding new kinds of scoliosis, thanks to the awkward way we rest while using smartphones and tablets. On today's show, we'll demonstrate a few of our favorites, and talk about the weird buying habits of obsessive record collectors.
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