Texas A&M leads International Research Team to get Workers Moving

Texas A&M leads International Research Team to get Workers Moving

November 20, 2018
Software-based reminder system found to be effective in decreasing sitting time and increasing the number of position changes during a workday

Texas A&M start-up company showcases standing desks on national stage

November 17, 2017
Stand-biased desks featured at industry event in Washington D.C.

Texas A&M becomes a living laboratory for workplace health

September 6, 2017
Texas A&M School of Public Health will utilize Texas A&M employees to learn how to improve work environments

Is sitting really ‘the new smoking?’

August 22, 2017
It’s not that simple

Desks join the internet of things

February 7, 2017
How furniture can make people more active and give researchers a better idea of how to encourage activity

Curing our ‘sick care’ system

January 25, 2017
Why the United States health care system isn’t keeping us healthy

Repairing a broken system: The role of technology

December 11, 2016
How disruptive technologies can help keep the health care team (and the patient) on track

Standing desks lead to improved BMI in children, research shows

August 23, 2016
In landmark study, desks that encourage elementary school-age children to stand during class are shown to cut down on obesity, lower BMI trajectory

Boosting productivity at work may be simple: Stand up

May 25, 2016
Research shows 46 percent increase in workplace productivity with use of standing desks

Health trackers of the future: Trends and technologies for monitoring health remotely

April 28, 2016
Various health monitoring devices can already be linked to electronic health records, and they will probably soon become accurate enough to have real clinical use