- Individual cities have distinct microbial communities, similar among the offices within the same urban area.
- The era of white noise is done: Natural sounds improve moods, productivity, and cognitive abilities of workers, say researchers.
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- People working in open-plan offices take 62 percent more sick days, study finds.
- A study found traces of TDCPP, a potentially harmful flame retardant used in polyurethane foam furniture, in office workers’ urine, and in dust samples from their offices. The chemical can reduce male fertility and thyroid function.
- A new study revealed that people who do frequently do many things at once are actually the worst at multitasking and at concentrating on single tasks.
- The next time your friend emails you the latest video of the saga of "Kitten versus Ribbon," don't be afraid to click on the link in front of your boss.
- Contrary to the commonly held image of the stressed-out executive, new research suggests that despite the burden of extra responsibilities, becoming a boss could actually protect you against stress-induced heart attacks.
- Having a cup of coffee in the morning could help prevent physical pain triggered by spending hours sitting at a computer, a new study reveals.
- Next time you reach for your cellphone, you may first want to give it a good "wipe and cover."