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Laptop Ergonomics: Tips You Need To Know

Laptop computers allow you to take computing wherever you go, however, certain ergonomic features are compromised for the sake of portability. Smaller keyboard spacing, reduced LCD screen size, limited screen positioning, and finger driven pointing devices usually require people to

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Which Ergonomic Product Fits All Workers Regardless of Height, Stature, or Shape?

Answer:  ANTI-FATIGUE MATTING Quality ergonomic anti-fatigue matting is designed to ease the physical impact of standing tasks.  These mats improve the health of standing workers by stimulating lower body blood circulation helping to prevent leg cramps, back discomfort, and overall early day

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Experiencing Discomfort at Work?

Is your body physically fatigued after working at your computer for long hours?  Do you get headaches from staring at your monitor for long periods of time?  Do you have wrist/hand tension from repetitively keying and mousing?  Do you have

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Your Chair May Be Affecting Your Health

Your chair may be the #1 component in your work environment affecting your health (and comfort).  Your chair should fit your body as well as your shoes fit your feet – especially when working long hours at the computer.  People perform better

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October is National Ergonomics Month

The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) is an organization that has been focused on ergonomic engineering research and work-related health issues for over 50 years.  In 2003, the HFES designated October of every year to be National Ergonomics Month

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Monitor Arms Can Make You Change The Way You See Your Work

ErgoEdge Tip:  The “ergonomically” correct way to view your monitor is to position your monitor so that the top 1/3 of the screen is at eye level, while you are sitting upright in your chair (unless you wear bi-focals or

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