STANDING DESK REFERENCES

A growing amount of research shows the negative effects of a sedentary behavior and the benefits standing desk solutions can provide.

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Lumber Disc Disorders and Low-Back Pain: Socioeconomic Factors and Consequences
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
Low-Back Pain
Spineuniverse
Sedentary time in adults and the association with diabetes, cardiovascular disease and death: systematic review and meta-analysis.
Diabetologia.
The sedentary office: a growing case for change towards better health and productivity.
British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Benefits of health promotion programs.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Reducing prolonged sitting in the workplace.
VicHealth 2012, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation.
Impact of a Sit-Stand Workstation on Chronic Low Back Pain, Results of a Randomized Trial.
Impact of a Sit-Stand Workstation on Chronic Low Back Pain, Results of a Randomized Trial.
Standing Up for Learning: A Pilot Investigation on the Neurocognitive Benefits of Stand-Biased School Desk.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Call Center Productivity Over 6 Months Following a Standing Desk Intervention.
Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health
Get Up, Stand Up: The Effects of a Non-Sedentary Workspace on Information Elaboration and Group Performance.
Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Cross-sectional associations between sitting at work and psychological distress: Reducing sitting time may benefit mental health.
Mental Health and Physical Activity.
Difference in caloric expenditure in sitting versus standing desks
Journal of Physical Activity and Health
Sitting Time and Mortality from All Causes, Cardiovascular Disease, and Cancer
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
The Association between Leisure Time Physical Activity and Pancreatic Cancer Risk in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
American Association for Cancer Research
Too Little Exercise and Too Much Sitting: Inactivity Physiology and the Need for New Recommendations on Sedentary Behavior
Current Cardiovascular Risk Reports
Difference in caloric expenditure in sitting versus standing desks
Journal of Physical Activity and Health
“Thinking on your feet”: A qualitative evaluation of sit-stand desks in an Australian workplace
BMC Public Health
Too much sitting: the population-health science of sedentary behavior
Exercise and sport sciences reviews
Association Between Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Accelerometer-Derived Physical Activity and Sedentary Time in the General Population
Mayo Clinic Proceedings
Australian Govt. Statistics
Australian Government Biometric Stats
Combating the Effects of Sedentary Work: Postural Variability Reduces Musculoskeletal Discomfort
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 53rd Annual Meeting
Impact of a Sit-Stand Workstation on Chronic Low Back Pain
American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Preventing musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace. Protecting Workers’ Health Series No 5
World Health Organization
Muscle Activity and Inactivity Periods during Normal Daily Life
PLOS One
Wellness Matters: How Caring for Your Employees' Health Can Help Your Company's Bottom Line
TriNet
3 Ways Wellness Can Help You Recruit And Retain Millennials
Forbes