Why do children think they get discomfort related to daily activities?

@article{Coleman2009WhyDC,
  title={Why do children think they get discomfort related to daily activities?},
  author={Jemma Coleman and Leon Straker and Marina Ciccarelli},
  journal={Work},
  year={2009},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={267-74}
}
Children commonly report musculoskeletal discomfort related to different activities such as computer use, playing electronic games, watching TV, reading, and performing physical and hand intensive activities. Discomfort can result in disability and is a strong predictor of future discomfort in adulthood. Adult beliefs regarding discomfort can affect the level of disability and are modifiable. Children's beliefs regarding discomfort could potentially be modified to minimise disability related to… CONTINUE READING

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