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A photo illustration depicts a person typing May 4, 2001 in Denver,... Photo d'actualitéAffaires,Clavier d'ordinateur,Colorado,Culture d'entreprise,Denver,Design,Doigt humain,Douleur,Ergonomie,Finance,Main humaine,Maladie,Muscle humain,Personne humaine,Plan rapproché,Risque,Salaire,Santé et médecine,Syndrome du tunnel carpien,Taper à la machine,Technique d'illustration,Travailler,Économie,États-Unis,Être perduPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 388813 01: A photo illustration depicts a person typing May 4, 2001 in Denver, CO. National Academy of Sciences estimates that musculoskeletal disorders such as carpal-tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, and lower back pain cost the nation $45 billion to $54 billion in compensation, lost wages, and lower productivity each year. (Photo by Michael Smith/Newsmakers)