Humans were designed to stand upright. And yet in this modern world, too many of us spend our days with our heads slumped over for a simple reason: we're staring at the tiny screen of a smartphone.

People spend an average of 2 to 4 hours each day with their neck bent at this unnatural angle while shooting off emails or texts. That's 700 to 1,400 hours a year. The success of social media is has led to an epidemic of bad smartphone posture.

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Slumdog Millionaire star, Freida Pinto reveals tell-tale cupping marks in LAX airport this week. While Freida did not draw attention to herself with her low-key attire, the marks on her back soon turned heads as a small amount of skin was revealed between her top and her scarf.

Stars such as Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow are known fans of the ancient Asian practice which stimulates circulation, increases movement of blood and energy, reduces pain and improves range of movement/flexibility. 

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Spot the tell-tale cupping marks on this French weightlifter in the World Olympic Lifting Championships in Russia today

Cupping is an effective remedy commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The earliest written documentation of Chinese cupping dates back 3,000 years, when it was recommended for the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.

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