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It could be too much iPad time. Harvard researchers found that people who rested a tablet computer on their lap, or any flat surface, tended to tilt their neck at an awkward angle to see the screen better. Over time, that can lead to neck and shoulder pain. So if you’re using a tablet, prop it up at a 45° angle. The study found that that’s the ideal angle to avoid neck pain.