Mick Madigan lives in the UK and has a continual interest in healthy computing
He has published a fully detailed guide on how computing will harm you
-and how you can avoid it- at
Healthy Computing 2006
Working at your computer can aggravate acne. Here are some basic acne treatments.
Eight effective steps to achieving your goals on and off the computer.
Seven big effective ways to get and stay organized on your PC.
Ten effective hints on avoiding procrastination in your computer work, on and offline.
Incorrect setup of computer furniture can cause strain and injury. This article outlines specific and general methods for correct arrangement of a PC workstation.
Incorrect setup of your computer monitor screen can harm your health. This article explains the basics of correct computer screen set up.
Carrying out repeated actions at your PC can lead to computer induced repetitive strain injury. Here are 9 tips to help reduce the risk.
Computers continually give out small quantities of irritating and poisonous materials. This article explains how exposure risks can be reduced.
Background noise from computers and peripherals can distract and irritate you, and ultimately reduce your creativity and productivity. This article outlines simple inexpensive ways of reducing PC nois...
Gentle exercise (and relaxation) at your PC can help reduce and reduced computer related stress.
Computers can contain molds, fungi, bacteria and other pests which can affect healthy living while computing. This article explains how you can quickly, easily and inexpensively reduce PC pollution.
Computers contain many poisons, which are constantly released into the environment through dumping, damage and degradation. This article explains how you can safely and legally contain&nbs...