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Ergonomics for Children

Children are smaller versions of adults, but are often forced to use adult sized things. This can cause a myriad of problems. Here we will discuss the problems children face in an adult size world and ways you can help shrink the world around them.
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Does My Child Need a Smaller Keyboard?
Discussing if children should use adult sized keyboard at a computer.

Ergonomic Backpack Guide
How to choose,load and wear a proper backpack. All the ergonomics associated with becoming a beast of burden.

SquidSoap by Airborne
A review of the SquidSoap hand soap pump for kids.

Stand Up Student Desks
Stand up desks help kids focus and learn better.

Essential Back-to-School Gear
Essential ergonomic school gear that will help a student's life and work.

Ergonomic Tips for Children
Everyday ergonomic tips to make your child's life better. With some simple adjustments you can help a little one fit into this big world.

Growing Pains or Repetitive Stress Injuries
A discussion on the development of repetitive stress injuries in children.

Back to School, Backpack to Discomfort
Discussing backpacks for children and the back pain they cause. Proper backpack packing and use as well as alternates to backpacks round out the discussion.

What is the Best Book Bag for Your Child?
Using ergonomics to find the best book bag or back pack for your child.

Maximum Weight for a Child's Backpack
Chart of the maximum backpack weight allowed for a child of a given size.

A Fitting Guide for a Child's Backpack
A fitting and measuring guide for correctly sizing a child's backpack.

Petite Backpacks for Petite Children
An ergonomic breakdown of the backpack needs of a small child and a listing of packs that fit the bill.

It's Not Just Growing Pains
Book review of "It's Not Just Growing Pains", a guide to childhood muscle, bone, and joint pain, rheumatic diseases, and the latest treatments.

Preventing Children's Sports Injuries
Childhood sports injuries may be inevitable, but there are some things you can do to help prevent them.

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