One of his characters, Kate, a feminist student who is the book’s sharpest rhetorician, gets caught up with championing the students who object to “Huckleberry Finn” on the grounds that it contains racist language and attitudes, only to find herself reconsidering when she realizes she has overreached in trying to speak on behalf of all black students, as if they think identically.
Barney, the editor of the school newspaper, is accused of being a self-hating Jew for his contention that he wouldn’t ban books that advocate Holocaust denial.
Over time, researchers say, this poor posture, sometimes called “text neck,” can lead to early wear-and-tear on the spine, degeneration and even surgery.
“It is an epidemic or, at least, it’s very common,” Hansraj, chief of spine surgery at New York Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine, told The Washington Post.
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That’s 700 to 1,400 hours per year people are putting stress on their spines, according to the research. They could conceivably spend an additional 5,000 hours in this position, Hansraj said.That’s the burden that comes with staring at a smartphone — the way millions do for hours every day, according to research published by Kenneth Hansraj in the National Library of Medicine.The study will appear next month in Surgical Technology International.“Just look around you, everyone has their heads down.” Can’t grasp the significance of 60 pounds?Imagine carrying an 8-year-old around your neck several hours per day.