25 Steps to Safe Computing

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Peachpit Press, 1995 - Computers - 72 pages
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With planning, many computer-related health problems can be avoided.

25 Steps to Safe Computing tells you how to reduce your risk with well-illustrated, easy-to-follow advice. It contains ergonomic tips on setting up work areas, as well as chapters on backache, headache, tendinitis, radiation, pregnancy, kids' concerns, and much more.

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Contents

How to Read This Book
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Introduction
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Your Office Is an Ecosystem
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Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Don Sellers has spent three years researching, writing and editing "Zap!" A Stanford-trained documentary filmmaker, Don has interviewed dozens of experts and reviewed all major studies on the subject. He's traveled the world working on PBS documentaries, for such programs as "Frontline, Discover, " and "The AIDS Quarterly.

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