In 2012 alone, 1,300 peer-reviewed studies were published linking sedentariness with heart disease, obesity, diabetes and other negative health effects.
“Should I use a walking desk or a stand up desk more? By how much?” We get asked this question all the time. Read on to find the answer!
With many people working from home, employers need to consider liability for ergonomic injuries has pierced the veil of the corporate campus.
We've seen a recent spate of lawsuits in which very large settlements have been extracted from employers who failed to provide adequate seating.
Research suggests that standing more at work can lead to sitting more at home. Here's what they're missing in this analysis.
Not all fatal injuries come in a single blow, some take years to manifest but are equally deadly. Sedentary desk jobs may be the most dangerous!
So what is NEAT certification exactly? In a nutshell, it refers to the energy we expend day-to-day through non-cardio-exercise movements.
This Georgetown University School of Nursing infographic shows how both sitting and standing for prolonged periods can be hazardous to your health.
Using a standing desk or treadmill desk will increase your basal metabolic rate thus burn more calories than sitting still, but by how much?
With nearly 40,000 fitness clubs in the United Stated, you’d think Americans would be in the top tier of countries measured by how much exercise they get.
Plenty of professionals are suffering from sitting disease, but lawyers may be among the most deskbound workers in any profession.