I know your story.

You are never in your office — the place where you’ve spent thousands to create an ergonomic workstation utopia. Instead, you are running between conference rooms and colleagues’ offices for meetings, or in your car traveling to meetings, all the while carrying your iPad and phone to stay connected on the go.

I know your story because it is also my story. And if you haven’t yet, you will pay for it with your health.

The negative effects of viewing a computer or laptop screen have been well documented. In fact, when the iPad was first introduced, researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health released an article addressing the ways in which a person’s posture, and the design of the tablet and its case, can affect comfort and health. Read more here…

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