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Which one of the following statements about posture is TRUE? A. A rigid posture is desirable. B. Muscle weakness does not influence posture. C. Alignment of one body part can affect another. D. Good posture requires additional muscular effort.
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Alignment of one body part can affect another is a true statement about posture.
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Alignment of one body part can affect another is a true statement about posture.
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