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Walking stability during cell phone use in healthy adults

Discussion in 'Podiatry Trivia' started by NewsBot, Apr 23, 2015.

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    Walking stability during cell phone use in healthy adults.
    Kao PC, Higginson CI, Seymour K, Kamerdze M, Higginson JS
    Gait Posture. 2015 Apr 8
     
  2. Dr. Steven King

    Dr. Steven King Well-Known Member

    I wonder if similar studies have been done with marching bands?

    Trips and falls are serious problem and a # killer of our elderly.

    A hui hou,
    Steve
     
  3. quirkyfoot

    quirkyfoot Active Member

    Hence why I give all mobile users on the footpath a wide berth ;)
     
  4. Ros Kidd

    Ros Kidd Active Member

    Driving a car whilst on the phone also renders people prone to accidents, perhaps using a landline is the answer!
    Ros
     
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    Mobile phone use is detrimental for gait stability in young adults
    RadhikaTandonPerniaJavidIreneDi Giulio
    Gait & Posture; Volume 88, July 2021, Pages 37-41
     
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