Between studying, homework and extracurricular activities, going back to school may make kids feel like they have the weight of the world on their shoulders. And sometimes, they literally do. Roughly 14,000 children are treated for backpack-related issues yearly, according to these statistics from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. So before you pile the weight of the entire school year onto your child’s back, consider this: the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons explains that kids who carry backpacks that weigh more than 15-percent of their body weight are prone to neck, back, and shoulder pain, muscle and joint issues, and even permanent damage to posture. Luckily, the Huffington Post has junior’s back with this A+ infographic on back-to-school backpack safety tips… The Back-to-School Backpack Safety Tips Infographic explains exactly what can happen to your kid’s body from traveling with all of that extra weight on their backs — and what can you can do about it.