Health Infographics

The Working Dead: Is Sleep Deprivation Turning Your Employees Into Zombies?

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), over 81 million or ⅓ of American adults are chronically sleep deprived and this number is rising. The problem is so prevalent that the CDC has declared insufficient sleep a “public health epidemic”. In the following infographic, Optisom looks at how sleep deprivation may be turning your employees into zombies.

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7 Causes of Cramps Before Periods

Cramps before period (pre period cramps) can be a blessing or a curse. It could be an early sign of pregnancy or other medical conditions like endometriosis or ectopic pregnancy. While cramps before period is common just before menstruation starts, there are other possible causes.
The following infographic explains the commonest causes you should know.

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Care Homes

Choosing a care home is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. Whether it’s for yourself or a family member, there are so many things you need to factor in. It can be an incredibly stressful time, but if you prepare and plan right, you’ll make the process much easier.

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Terrifying Sleep Conditions

The average human being spends 33% of their life sleeping. It’s supposed to be restful, restorative and regenerating. But what if it wasn’t? What if sleep was at best, the worst part of your day? Or a terrifying experience that disrupts your life? In this infographic, takes a look at some terrifying sleep conditions.

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The Science Of CBD

CBD oil is proving itself to be a science-backed miracle cure, despite its dubious legal standing. Learn more about CBD oil within the following infographic from Best CBD Oils.

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Pregnancy Myths From TV

TV has taught us a lot about pregnancy. Maybe you’ve seen Phoebe from Friends crave meat while she was pregnant with triplets or Bridget Jones’s mad dash across London when her water broke and thought, is that going to happen to me? When it comes to pregnancy, there’s a ton of old myths which have worked their way into becoming established facts.

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Is Obesity Growing Too Fast in the United States?

Obesity is one the rise in the US with nearly 38% of individuals classified as obese and nearly another 1/3 of US adults classified as overweight. If the current growth rate of obesity continues, obesity will reach as much as 45% in 2025, and 50% in 2030. Not only is obesity on the rise, but childhood obesity is growing as well. This is causing many experts to find a solution frantically.

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Blocking Harmful Blue Light

Blue light is not only a detriment to your eyes, it is also a detriment to your overall health. Learn more about blocking blue light in the following infographic courtesy of Frames Direct.

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16 Ways To Get Kids To Eat Healthy

Getting little ones to eat healthy – without the tantrum – can be hard work, even at the best of times. To help you get your kids eating a bit of fruit, instead of craving that chocolate cake, Families Online has outlined 16 genius ways you can get them to eat well, all without the hassle.

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How Running Changes Your Body

Let’s face the facts here – most of us are not the least bit concerned about the necessity of having a fit body. While we may successfully pull off the low-calorie diet for a week, things just seem to stop when exercise comes into the mix. The good news is that you don’t have to get an expensive gym membership program to get back into shape.
All you need are a pair of good running shoes and some motivation to get started.

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20 Playground Exercises to Achieve a Full-Body Workout

Why pay for an expensive gym membership when you can make use of the time you have with the “equipment” you have available, while taking care of and playing with your kids. What’s all this about? The playground! Bring the kids to the playground and while you watch, you can get a full-body workout in using only playground equipment.

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Why Post-Acute Care Matters More Now Than Ever

Hospitals can’t just leave patient care to chance after patients leave the hospital. They must be more actively involved in managing their patients to ensure that they will receive the most appropriate post-acute care and avoid any remissions.

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A History of Vitamin Discovery Throughout the Ages

There’s no question that the nutrients we take in play a major role in our health. In fact, we’ve got centuries of trial and error to prove it. Let’s take a closer look to uncover the link between nutrition and health, a history of observations, and the discovery of vitamins, in an infographic presented by USANA.

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