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Digital Health and Wellness Issues Understand ergonomics and repetitive motion to avoid injuries. Technology such as the Internet and video games can be addictive.

How to be Healthier and Happier at Work

Reduce eye strain and improve posture while at work! Fix has simple tips and tricks that will help reduce the negative impact your desk job has on your health.

Digital health and wellness is being smart when you use technology. There are risks and effects being online to often. So try not to use too much time texting, playing video games, going on facebook, and several other things online.

Funny pictures about How to sit in front of the computer. Oh, and cool pics about How to sit in front of the computer. Also, How to sit in front of the computer.

Digital health is the convergence of the digital and genomic revolutions with health, healthcare, living, and society. As we are seeing and experiencing, digital health is empowering us to better track, manage, and improve our own and our family’s health, live better, more productive lives, and improve society. It’s also helping to reduce inefficiencies in healthcare delivery, improve access, reduce costs, increase quality, and make medicine more personalized and precise.

The speed on health and wellness may not fully read instructions of technology before using it

Obesity is one of the biggest monsters in child's life which threatens with health and social problems. Overweight children are being teased by others... #children #obesity #development http://digital-kids.ch/does-digital-world-lead-to-obese-child/

Obesity is one of the biggest monsters in child's life which threatens with health and social problems. Overweight children are being teased by others.

What Digital Stress Does To Your Brain #Infographic #stress #healthcare - www.healthcoverageally.com

This is Your Brain on Multitasking [Infographic] - Number of times people switched windows: with access to email, 18 times without access to email. People who read email change screens twice as often; they're in a steady "high alert" state.