Ergonomics

Ergonomics

Television Exposure and Obesity

Television exposure has been related with various health outcomes which includes juvenile obesity. This paper labels associations amid the patterns of viewing television on one point & diet, weight status and preference of food taste on the other Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 01/02/2013 at 06:07

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How to Position the Monitor ?

Recently some studies experimenting on the visual and musculoskeletal strains which is associated with placement of monitor. Spending long hours at the workstation sitting and starring at the screen has become routine in most of the corporate workers. Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 23/01/2013 at 02:50

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Tips for Stress Free Life at Work Environment

Human automation system is one of the fore most thing that one should keep in mind for healthy and long lasting life. On the whole ergonomics is the interaction of the work and the environment around. Integrating ergonomics in office will greatly Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 14/12/2012 at 07:45

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Ergonomics and its Role

CE- Cognitive Ergonomics is majorly deals with mental processes like memory, perception, motor response and reasoning as they have an effect among humans as well with other rudiments. Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 13/12/2012 at 06:47

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Anthropometry and its Design for Sustainability

In general Anthropometry is the measurement of human beings and plays important role in important role in industrial design, ergonomics and architecture and clothing design. Glimpse of human factors as well as ergonomics traces the Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 26/10/2012 at 00:40

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