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Ergonomic Garden Solutions - Garden Boxes
Ergonomic gardening can be enhanced through using Garden Boxes for items that require frequent or close attention. Whether you're weeding or controlling pests, it's easier if you can see and reach what you're working with.
Gardening Without Pain
Some of the most useful gardening tools for anyone with a sore back or sore knees are designed to solve the problem of reaching the ground without a lot of bending. Some are well known standard tools while others are newer developments.
Weed Control - Spraying - Product Review
Now that spring is in the air, many of us are headed to the garden. With all of the rain in California, weeds are the first sign of Spring. How can we control them and protect our hands at the same time?
RSI Prevention Software - Product Review
Good work techniques and patterns may be more important than your equipment in staying healthy and pain-free at your computer. The best of RSI Injury Prevention software is designed to help you develop those good habits. RSI Guard is an example of the best.
Ups and Downs of Chair Arms
Almost all chairs come with arms as a standard feature. Are they necessary? Is it ergonomic to use the arms? Of course the answer is "it depends..."
Sitting at Your Laptop - Work
Using a Laptop in an everyday work setting requires certain ergonomic considerations. Whas is really important?
The Physioball Chair - Office and Home
Having a ball at work...That's how using the Physioball as a chair has been described. It does have benefits, but there are also some concerns.
Ergonomics of Sleep
Sleep is vital to health. What do you do when your normal sleep is interrupted, when you can't get into the position you've slept in for most of your life?
Ads often use the term Ergonomics when they describe products. What do they mean by this? Does the product have to have anything special about it to call itself 'Ergonomic'?
Joints have specific motions they are designed to accommodate. For each motion, there are muscles that cross the joint positioned to pull the bones into the planned position and others to pull it back to the original position.
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