Health Infographics



The 7 Best Foods for Skin Health

We all want our skin to look splendid. But some so-called superfoods come with very little scientific backing. Also, they can be too expensive for many of us to incorporate into our diet on a regular basis. In the following infographic, the folks at CashLady take a look at the wide range of foods that you can consume to improve your skin health, without breaking the bank.

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Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and How To Report It

If you or a loved one has suffered an unexplained injury or illness in a nursing home, then you may need some assistance to help you stand up for yourself and enforce your legal rights. The following infographic looks at some telltale signs of nursing home abuse and how to report it.

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Choosing A Family Doctor

There’s a lot of things to consider when choosing a family doctor but some of the most important questions you should ask yourself are: What are the benefits of having a family doctor? What about the rising costs of medical services? What about online doctor reviews & ratings? What services should I look for my doctor to provide? Does it matter if I go with a big hospital or choose an independent clinic?

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The Benefits of Working With a Nutritionist

When it comes to dieting, most Americans aren’t very good at it. Studies show that most Americans do not eat enough fruits and vegetables while also consuming too much sodium, sugar, and saturated fats. It’s a recipe for disaster and most Americans struggle to break the habit and change their lifestyle. That’s where a professional nutritionist can be essential.

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11 Facts About UK Mental Health and Mindfulness

It’s crucial people know as much about mental health as possible to hopefully erase the taboo and stigma that some people feel comes with having a mental health problem. The more people know about it then the more people will talk about it, thus helping to shatter the illusion that mental health isn’t a disease. The following infographic sheds some light on the current state of mental health within the UK and how Mindfulness can help.

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23 Ways Hiking Makes You Healthier

Hiking is one of the best ways to improve your energy levels, sleep and overall quality of life. Since hikers and backpackers are physically active, they enjoy better health. And improved health and physical fitness are the basic factors which are required for maintaining a good and lifelong fitness. The following infographic from Riders Trail provides 23 ways that hiking makes you healthier.

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Health Benefits of Magnesium

Magnesium is involved in more than six hundred different chemical reactions in the body. It is a vital component in synthesising new RNA and DNA. Hence, it is not surprising that magnesium deficiency can have negative side effects such as muscle weakness, nausea, breathing problems, depression and more.

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How to Get Better at Sleeping

8 hours of sleep is necessary for our body to get revitalize and recharge for the next day. Lack of sleep can negatively impact our daily lives and on one’s physical and mental health. In order for us to have a good sleep, it’s also important to understand how our sleep cycle works and what kind of food that affects our sleeping pattern. Nutritional supplements can definitely help but we will consider this option as our last resort.

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What Happened to Ebola?

In the following infographic from the team at LabRoots, take a look into what is being discovered about Ebola, how we might be able to curb future outbreaks, and how Ebola survivors can move beyond post-syndrome setbacks.

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Opioid Drugs – From ‘Wonder Drug’ To A National Drug Abuse Crisis

In 2017, the Opioid Crisis was declared as a national public health emergency. Now, more resources and funds are being allocated to solve this crisis by raising awareness, improving public health access and funding research of drug alternatives. Learn more about this topic in the following infographic from LabRoots.

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Exercise & Mental Illness

Regular exercise benefits the body physically, but did you know that exercise is one of the most powerful ways to improve mental illnesses? Mental health is our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, and can determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices in our day-to-day lives. In the following infographic, celebrity fitness trainer, Lucas James, provides some evidence based research for the improvement of mental health.

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Fighting Opioid Addiction With CBD Oil

CBD Oil (otherwise known as cannabidiol) is scientifically proven to block the rewards of opioids and help with the fight against opioid addiction. Although CBD is primarily found in the resin glands of the fine hairs of cannabis’ female flower buds, CBD is non-psychoactive. This means that CBD oil offers the medicinal benefits of the cannabis plant in a controlled and precise way, without any of its party-drug effects or associations.

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US Orthopedic Surgeons Market Overview

Orthopedic surgeons are ideal targets for the sellers or manufacturers of the medical device and diagnostic industry at large. There are about 35,742 physicians in the United Stateswho recognized orthopedic surgery as their primary or secondary specialty based on the statistics till 2015. Let’s have a look at the orthopedic surgeons profile compiled into the following infographic.

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The Science of Love

What is “love” anyway? A feeling? A chemical reaction? A connection? Maybe a combination of these ideals and more. Whatever love means to you, scientifically speaking, it is all in the brain, set in motion by various hormones that drive lust, attraction, and attachment. And since your brain controls your body, love really is all-encompassing. This infographic explains the series of hormones that are the true initiators of love and influence what we do and how we feel.

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