Computers have brought us into the age of information. We can now communicate with each other in real time, despite any geographical barriers. We have near-instant access to any piece of information we need, revolutionizing the way we do business.
But for all the wonderful things that our computers have brought us, there is one small downside.
We are simply not built to spend long hours sitting at a desk.
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