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This month’s “Vanity Fair” features a long profile of TV personality Anderson Cooper and includes a photograph of CNN’s hottest correspondent working on the bed of a New Orleans hotel room with his portable computer resting on his outstretched thighs. Who would worry about this kind of working position as much as I do? Louis Slesin, Ph.D., that’s who. He’s the man behind the information-rich website MicrowaveNews.com, and he believes that until we know more about the health consequences of working with a computer actually resting on the body, even Anderson Cooper shouldn’t try it. Read his views here in the article, “Keep That Laptop Off Your Lap.”

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