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Quando começou a obsessão pela “postura ideal”?

Como a postura incorporou, ao longo do tempo, tantos significados e estigmas?

Como a história da Postura esclarece a maneira que lidamos com a saúde e a dor nos dias de hoje?

E o que a ciência atual diz sobre a relação postura e dor?

Se liga no que deu!

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