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Rifling Through Paper Can Be a Hazardous Job

However, the solution to painful paper cuts is already here.

Illustration of an online shopper using a band-aid finger to order recycled stone paper notebook. Credit: Erin M. Singh
Illustration of an online shopper using a band-aid finger to order recycled stone paper notebook. Credit: Erin M. Singh

Do office workers get compensation for paper cuts which make their fingers bleed, throb and bring tears to their eyes? Of course not! Still, I call that grievous bodily harm and anyone working in an office knows that rifling through paper can be a hazardous job.

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