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Backpacker back study
« on: May 25, 2017, 12:23:00 PM »

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We are conducting a research study through the university of Kentucky, and we believe this might be an interesting study for some of your group members. We appreciate your help, by posting the attached flyer on your group page.
"Researchers at the University of Kentucky are conducting a study about the effect of walking with a heavy backpack on shoulder muscles and nerves performance. The study involves measuring nerve function and muscle strength before walking for 2 hours with a heavy backpack. For more information, contact Tim Uhl at tluhl2@uky.edu or 859-218-0858, Muataz Almaddah at m.almaddah@uky.edu or 859-687-5310, or visitwww.ukclinicalresearch.com."
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