Workstation Health and Fitness for RSI

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is now a major industrial disease affecting millions of people around the world. RSI includes conditions such as carpel tunnel syndrome, tenosynovitis and tendinitis – often collectively referred to as upper limb disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, occupational overuse syndrome (OOS), computer related injuries or cumulative trauma disorders, …

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Zero Tension Mouse Reviewed

The Zero Tension Mouse is an ergonomic pointing device designed to keep your hand in a neutral position as you use your computer. According to clinical tests, it’s the only computer mouse that relaxes all 8 muscle groups that cause carpal tunnel syndrome and other overuse injuries.

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How To Switch Mouse Hands

In How To Mouse Goofy, Meg Hourihan offers an interesting story about how she learned to use the mouse with her left hand (she’s a natural righty). The “goofy” in the title is a skateboarding reference. Most skateboarders ride with their left foot on the front of the board; this …

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Another Evoluent Vertical Mouse 2 Review

Jeremy Atkinson has a reviw of the Evoluent Vertical Mouse 2 (Is the VerticalMouse 2 Worth a Thumbs Up?) at We’d reported on an earlier review of the mouse, from nearly a year ago. So the mouse has been available for awhile, but is apparently still gaining attention.