Had an Accident? Put Your Smart Phone to Use

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AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS happen every minute of the day. But according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), most people do not know what steps to take or what information to share – or not share – after an accident. They may even put their identities and safety at risk by sharing too much personal information. To combat identify theft and also help motorists in gathering all the info they need to properly file a claim, the NAIC recently introduced its Wreck Check mobile application for use on iPhones and Android devices. A recent NAIC survey revealed consumers were unsure…
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Protect Your Workers’ Eyesight with Proper Design, Vision Benefits

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One of the by-products of the digital revolution – with most people staring many hours each day at tablets, smart phones and computers – is eye strain. According to The Vision Council, the average U.S. adult spends more than two hours a day looking at electronic screens. Looking at such screens for too long can result in dry and irritated eyes, blurred vision and eye fatigue, as well as headaches. Besides the trouble for eyes, using these devices can also result in back and neck pain from that hunched-over position that many people use when on these devices. Prolonged use…
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