Health Infographics



The Effects of Alcohol on Muscle Building

Thinking about having a drink after your hard workout? Research studies show that alcohol can affect muscle building by slowing down your progress. It causes dehydration and fatigue. It increases body fats and prevents protein synthesis known as the process that builds muscle. In this infographic from TestX Core, learn the effects of alcohol on muscle building.

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How Medical Practitioners Stay Healthy

Getting sick is one of the most important things doctors and other medical practitioners try to avoid. Because of their varied responsibilities, they are prone to fatigue, stress, and sickness too. To prevent this from happening frequently, they have to follow a healthy diet, exercise regularly, get enough sleep, and meditate. This will help them handle physical and mental stress, fatigue and the constant pressure of their job.

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The 3 Most Important Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 are polyunsaturated fats and have a broad range of health benefits. The health benefits include better mood, heart health, anti-inflammation, improved cognition and even anti-cancer properties. There are 11 omega-3 fatty acids, and the 3 most important types are ALA, EPA and DHA. The following infographic goes into detail on where to obtain the 3 types of omega-3 fatty acids.

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5 Myths Behind Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery offers many benefits for adults of all ages and lifestyles. However, there are some commonly shared myths about cosmetic procedures that may be holding you back. The following infographic by Appearance Center of Newport Beach explains why these beliefs are just myths and reveals the truth about how cosmetic surgery can improve your life.

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Zika Virus: Things You Need to Know

Making quite the impact across the country, the Zika virus is a relatively dangerous virus that has no particular medicine to help cure it. Primarily a mosquito born disease spreading through a species of mosquito called Aedes via their bites, those infected may not even know that they’re infected because most of the time the Zika virus shows very mild to no symptoms at all.

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Why Aren’t Americans Living Longer?

Life expectancy indicates a country’s overall well being. Americans have just seen their first decrease in life expectancy in twenty years. Learn more about life expectancy in America in the following infographic from Mesothelioma Treatment Centers.

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All You Need To Know About Home Laser Hair Removal

With the help of this infographic, understand how laser hair removal works and types of devices available for home use, how to pick the right device for your skin tone and hair color, what are the preparations, steps and after care needed while doing laser hair removal at home, what results to expect and how long you need to continue the session, and the pain factor and costs of home laser hair removal devices.

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This is Your Body and Mind on Drugs

For people who are already addicted or only tried it once it can be hard to believe in, because it makes them feel better or even really good… in a moment. But when this moment is over things get worse. The euphoria effect of drugs is temporary. But the damage it’s causing your mind and your body can and usually does have a long-term effect.

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Common Golf Injuries & How To Avoid Them

Can someone actually injure themselves playing golf? Absolutely! It happens all the time. That’s why the team at Spine Scan Chiropractic has put together this infographic to highlight some of the most common golf injuries and how you can reduce them.

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The Medical Benefits of Taking a Holiday

We all know a vacation is good for us, but do we really understand why? The team at Daffodil Hotel have broken down what happens before, during and after a holiday in the following infographic, so you can see just how big the health benefits are.

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Future Pandemics

Inevitable and with a huge unknown quantity, pandemics are something that even the World Health Organization are urging people not to ignore, with the frightening forecast that there will be, “sometime in the future, an event that will kill…somewhere between 80 and 90 million people.” In this infographic, Gap Medics looks at some of the possible pandemics of the future and how you can best prepare yourself against the spread of germs.

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The Difference a Smile Makes

Did you know that even a fake smile can indirectly make you happier? The brain is tricked into believing that you are happy and thus changes its brain activities and gets you into a better mood. Studies prove that the more you smile the more positive you perceive your surroundings. Check out the following infographic by Junomedical and discover curious facts about smiling.

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Standing Up for Teen Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress. Teens, in specific, must deal with friends, dating, school, competitive sports, family conflicts, and other stressful situations. When these get out of hand, they can cause an excessive amount of stress to the point that an individual can’t accomplish their goals, and an anxiety disorder is developed. Recognizing the causes, signs, and symptoms of anxiety in teens can allow solutions and help to be sought out and implemented.

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Why Can’t I Get Wet? The Truth About Vaginal Dryness

Menopause and hormonal fluctuations happen to every woman, but the changes these phases cause our bodies are still seemingly difficult to own and talk about. One adjustment that comes as a woman ages is her lessened ability to get wet naturally. We know that natural lubrication is essential to keeping a healthy vagina, so when one day we find ourselves unable to get wet, what is there to do?

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