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Pain is most likely to strike before lunchtime, Daily Mail reports

Sudden attacks of back pain are more likely to begin in the morning than later in the day, George Institute researchers have unexpectedly found, the Daily Mail reports.

Study leader Associate Professor Manuela Ferreira, of the George Institute for Global Health and Sydney Medical School, said around 40 per cent of sprains and strains in the study occurred between 8am and 11am.