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The notion that lower back pain flares up during certain kinds of weather may be all in your head, a new study suggests. Researchers in [b]Australia[/b] tracked nearly 1,000 people who were seen for acute low back pain at primary care clinics in [b]Sydney[/b]. They found no connection between back pain and temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind direction or precipitation.

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