August 29, 2015


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Dodging injury while gardening

Eileen Boxall tends to her backyard garden in Toronto. (Jesse Johnston / The Canadian Press)
Eileen Boxall tends to her backyard garden in Toronto. (Jesse Johnston / The Canadian Press)
Eileen Boxall limits her gardening activity after suffering a lower-back injury last year. (Jesse Johnston / The Canadian Press)
Taking time to stretch before exertion in the garden will pay off (Timber Press)
Eileen Boxall tends to her backyard garden in Toronto. - (Jesse Johnston / The Canadian Press)
Eileen Boxall tends to her backyard garden in Toronto. - (Jesse Johnston / The Canadian Press)
Eileen Boxall limits her gardening activity after suffering a lower-back injury last year. - (Jesse Johnston / The Canadian Press)
Taking time to stretch before exertion in the garden will pay off - (Timber Press)

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