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Does It Really Work? Tonight at 6: Neck Magic Air Cushion

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Neck Magic Air Cushion -- Michael Crowe -- Wednesday, Feb. 26, 6 p.m.

Lots of people carry stress in their neck and shoulders. A new "As Seen On TV" product called the Neck Magic Air Cushion claims to cure that tension and give the wearer "total relaxation."

We were initially skeptical that an inflatable neck brace could have any real value, but a Waterloo chiropractor says it's not all bunk. He actually uses similar braces to cure neck pain and re-align patients' spines.

He does have one caveat though: Don't cut off blood flow to your head.

Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 6 p.m. on KWWL, Michael Crowe risks life and limb to find out: Does It Really Work?

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