The One Thing Your Child Needs To Do To Get Better Grades For Their PSLE

Believe it or not, sitting straight may help your child score better PSLE grades. That’s because good posture helps with concentration.

Bad posture, on the other hand, may give him strained muscles and inflamed tendons, which could lead to headaches and other aches. Dr Nelson Lim, chiropractic physician at Discover Chiropractic Clinic tells us more:

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