Open Office Seating Linked To Lower Stress, Greater Activity Levels Among Workers

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Study Finds

Tens of millions of Americans spend a significant portion of their time each week at the office and can potentially be affected by the layout and design of the office space. A study done by UA researchers on the effects of office work environments led by UA Center for Integrative Medicine Director, COM-T professor, and BIO5 faculty member Dr. Esther Sternberg, finds that factors such as layout and opportunities for daytime activities affect overall worker health.