Now that summer is here and the days are getting hotter, many people are enjoying spending time in their gardens. Gardening can be a terrific way to spend time outdoors, relax, and relieve stress while also getting a little exercise in as well. However, while gardening people can be careless when it comes to the health of their back.
We talked with Eliza Fournier with the Chicago Botanic Garden about some useful tips you can do while gardening to help your back and prevent pain:
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