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Published: Thursday, Sept. 6 2012 7:35 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

I don't know if someone is paying him to disprove the studies and science behind the OSHA manuals and laws but I think he better re-think what he is saying.

Working a computer and working ipads and smart phones do not function in the same environment or use the same tools or equipment that the study OSHA used establishing these are established injuries. This doctor is about to misdiagnose many job related injures so these people can't get any medial treatment. The credibility of his comment seems a paid advertiser for insurance to ban treatment.

About the use of mobile devices is they are being marketed erroneously to the public. They are not smart phones or smart pads or have smart people using them. Only a dummy would walk, drive, with their head and attention focused on their hands and implanted communicators.

They drive, run, walk, stroll into cars, buses, each other, street lamp poles, parked cars, and trains. Now that to me is dumb technology and dumb users intent on committing suicide. Rather than the dumb technology being related to carpel tunnel and tendinitis injures, they suffer more severe injuries like death or smart wheel chairs.

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