WVU in the News: Better Off Podcast: Is working from home unhealthy?
Working from home has its perks: Better coffee, easy commute, no fluorescent lighting. But, as any home office worker can tell you, there are also downsides: No more office social hours, no more ergonomic chairs, and no more quiet train rides to catch up on your podcasts. In this episode of the Better Off podcast, we’ll ask: Is working from home good or bad for our health?
Bethany Barone Gibbs, chair of the West Virginia University's School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, was featured as a guest on the Better Off Podcast from Harvard University's School of Public Health.
Listen to the full podcast episode.