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  • Interviews & Articles

    Seattle Times: 'Ergonomic car seats designed for proper positioning' published by Seattle Times in January 2017 by Gene Stout

    Laboratory Animal Science Professional: 'The ABC's of Ergonomics' published by the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) in March 2014 by A. Burich & D. Read

    Tacoma News Tribune: Reluctant construction workers see benefits and results of ErgoFit 's worksite warm-ups. Read this article online here!

    Occupational Health & Safety: May 2008 article by Deborah Read. Read it online!

    Whitney and Wyatt: Whitney & Wyatt interviewed Deborah about their real life concerns; and the result was three short light-hearted and entertaining Web TV episodes designed to inform the public about office-related ergonomics with real take-aways to immediately impact one's work practices.  See her Web TV shows regarding office ergonomics here. On the right, under Past shows, click on Health & Fitness. Then, scroll to find the three episodes.

    • Episode #24 "Ergonomics at the Office: Bags & Purses"
    • Episode #37 "Ergonomics at the Office: Laptop Tips"
    • Episode #38 "Ergonomics at the Office: Top Five Ergo Mistakes"

    Better Homes & Gardens: Deborah Read, Founder and President of ErgoFit Consulting, Inc., was recently interviewed by Better Homes & Gardens for an article on good posture --What is it? What are the risks of poor posture? How to achieve good posture? Look for the article to be published in the June, 2007 Issue!

    CBS Radio: Interviewed by Beth Ann McBride on CBS Radio in North Carolina, WSJS, June 16, 2006 for a live radio chat about aches and pains in the office and 4 of my top 5 list of "Most Egregious Ergonomic Crimes".

    EWeek: Interviewed for “The Perils of PC Posture” June 1, 2006 online magazine. Read it at http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1970696,00.asp

    ivillage: Interviewed for "How Good is Your Posture" May 2005.

    Q13 Fox News: Interviewed on the late news cast November 2003 to discuss election results of I-841.

    ErgoWeb: "Painless Gardening Seem Like an Oxymoron? Try Ergonomics" Read it online at: http://www.ergoweb.com/news/detail.cfm?id=982

    Fire Chief Magazine: co-authored “Fitting Tasks: Ergonomic design can make living and working in your fire station less painful”, November 2003.

    Northwest Landscape Professional: authored “Ergonomic Injury Prevention”, August 2003.

    The Ergonomics Report: Interviewed for “Backyard Ergonomics” July 2003.

    Ergonomics Today: Interviewed for “Yard Work Tops List of Biggest Pain In Spring”, June 2003 online magazine. Read it at: http://www.ergoweb.com/news/detail.cfm?id=748Health & Safety article by Deborah Read. Read it online!

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