Monthly Archives: January 2012

Task Lighting: A Critical Component of an Ergonomic Office

An assessment of many office environments today will reveal that at least some effort is being made to make the workspace more ergonomic: better seating, keyboard support systems, a monitor arm, or even a footrest – ideally all of the … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Avoid Hip Pain

By: Elizabeth Gemmell, EasierLiving.com So many of life’s challenging encounters require you to “put your hip into it.” The Hokey-Pokey, closing a pesky car door and holding a grandchild are just to name a few. But you can’t put your … Continue reading

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Looks Like a Pen, Works as a Mouse!!

Introducing the Penclic Mouse Remember when all computer mice still looked like, umm, mice? Okay, some still do. But other computer input devices have taken on very innovative and un-mouse like appearances. A recent example is the Penclic Mouse, an … Continue reading

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Fitting the Workplace to the Obese Worker

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), an issue currently demanding employer’s attention and requiring targeted ergonomic solutions is the high prevalence of obese office workers. In fact, a research report released in October 2010 by Duke University addressed … Continue reading

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The Four Pillars of Ergonomics

You might have heard of or a “four pillar” description of the key components of a particular subject, such as, for example, the four pillars of investing, the four pillars of democracy, or the four pillars of a man’s heart. … Continue reading

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