Regular use of laptop could damage your health and may cause problems in your spine, neck, shoulders and other serious orthopaedic pain because of poor posture, warn British scientists.
Laptops are useful for travelling businessmen, students, executives and those who need convenience, portability and power.
Sale of notebooks and laptops soared in India last year. According to the Indian Manufacturers' Association for Information Technology (MAIT), notebook sales grew by a whopping 180 per cent between April and September 2006.
Health experts are worried because booming laptop sales have led to a surge in the number of computer users with back and muscle problems, reported online edition of BBC News. Girls as young as 12 are being diagnosed with nerve damage caused by slouching over screens, a group of leading chiropractors said.
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