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Putting a Stop to Back Pain at Work

Many people who work in offices suffer from back pain and other musculoskeletal disorders which can result in more days off work and higher costs for companies. Furniture companies and health organizations provide an insight on comfortable seating for workplaces.

Feeling Better, Working Harder

An effective employee health & wellness program directly influences the tangible success of a company. This campaign is not solely taken care of by HR. Instead, it is a value which is deeply embedded in the culture of a company, managed and outwardly expressed by the everyday actions of managers and employees.

A Bike-able Workplace

In the last few years, from America to Europe, two-wheels have become hip, especially for urban workers. Many companies seem to be aware of pedal power, joining policies of bike-sharing for their employees. Riding a bike is an active easy way to increase your fitness level, help reduce traffic congestion and minimize the production of global warming pollutants. From New York to LA, from Tokyo to London, cycling is enjoying a rebirth as a way to get to work. In the last few years, ...

Cervical Spondylosis and Office Workers

It is estimated that 9 out of 10 adults will have some degree of cervical spondylosis by the time they are 60, but the disease also affects younger people.

To Be Happy: Reality or Utopia?

The most recent research has assessed whether happiness is partly genetic or partly correlated to personal behavior. The experts suggest some good rules to do one’s best to attain happiness and a positive state of mind.

Breathing Diseases

It is estimated that 9 out of 10 adults will have some degree of cervical spondylosis by the time they are 60, but the disease also affects younger people.