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People are Healthier When They Fidget

Recently, the American Council on Science and Health found that “any type of movement (even fidgeting) can be beneficial for one’s health.”  The study of 12,000+ British women aged 37 to 78 (published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine) suggests that fidgeting may “reduce some of the negative health effects” of sitting for long […]

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Interruptions do Impact Quality of Work

Interruptions are universally common at home and in the office; however, little is known about the influence disruptions have on quality of work. According to a study published by the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, office employees are interrupted an average of six times every hour!  The research study, “Do Interruptions Affect Quality of Work” […]

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