Studies show that people who lift heavy weights in their youth can have back problems later as adults. The study began in 1986 involving 738 men and women who would be checked again in 20 years. Employers need to be more aware of the consequences of having younger people doing repetitive motions and lifting heavy objects. People who do work physically demanding jobs should also take care to maintain their physical fitness to help avoid back problems later in life.
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“To examine whether heavy physical work in young adulthood increases the risk of low back pain in midlife, Tea Lallukka from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health and colleagues surveyed 738 Finnish men and women in 1986, when they were between 18 and 24 years old, and again 20 years later.”