Category: Health Infographics
Did you know for example, that as of 2013 over 35 million people were living with HIV? Today through advances in medical science, HIV and AIDS patients are able to generally live ‘normal’ lives through a specific package of medication and care. These and other facts in the following infographic.
The conversation around sleep is changing. Whether by choice or due to a sleep disorder, a lack of sleep can and will have devastating consequences. Your health, safety, performance and quality of life severely decline as sleep is sacrificed. Fortunately, good sleep habits can be learned and the effects of sleep disorders can be minimized.
If you’re not lasting as long as you’d like to in the bed, then you are surely not feeling confident about your ability in bed. It is time to change that. Check out this interesting infographic to learn how to last longer in bed.
Teaching your kids to appreciate healthy foods isn’t going to be easy, but the long term benefits are great. Learn more about teaching your kids to make healthy food choices from this infographic created by Chobani.
If you’re embarrassed or annoyed by a skin condition you are far from alone: all humans are susceptible to skin complaints – even the picture-perfect (i.e. airbrushed) celebrities that you see day-in-day-out gracing the covers of magazines and ‘breaking’ the internet. The good news is that there is almost always a cure, or at least something to help ease the irritation.
Shows like “Hoarders: Family Secrets” have turned hoarding into a fascination for millions of television viewers. But for the estimated 2 to 5 percent of Americans who suffer from hoarding disorder, there’s nothing entertaining about it. Learn more about the reality of hoarding from this infographic.
If you are planning on administering an intramuscular injection then you need to ensure you are doing it correctly. Follow the steps in this infographic from choosing where to inject, to preparing the needle and then finally the injection itself.
Medical scribe programs allow the ability for physicians to focus on what they do best, the practice of medicine. Scribes can have a positive impact on healthcare systems and clinics. Wondering how scribes can specifically benefit your clinic or practice? This infographic weighs the benefits of working with scribes vs. working without scribes.
Asthma affects nearly 7 million children in the United States and yet many parents are either misinformed or uneducated about the condition. While asthma can’t be cured, its symptoms can be managed. This infographic aims to help parents everywhere understand how to recognize and control asthma symptoms within their children.
Summer means longer days and more hours of sun light. You can take advantage of this by getting outside and staying active with summer activities. Here Lucas James Celebrity Trainer has put together some popular outdoor activities that will help you in staying fit for summer.
We all know how difficult it can be in shifting flab around the stomach area. This infographic from the folks at My Fitness Boutique is a guide on fighting belly fat.
Sure, it’s tempting to just cover up blemishes, wrinkles, and other skin issues with makeup. But you’d be surprised by how easy it is to fix them without products. This infographic details some of the best ways to improve your skin’s look and feel, all without using anything out of a jar or compact. It includes advice on how to start a massage regimen, tips on skin-friendly foods, and even quirkier advice.
If you keep drinking tap water or well water without any purification, you really should ask yourself whether you really know what’s in your drinking water. The facts are shocking. In fact, there are a number of contaminants in our drinking water. Therefore, we need to purify our water before drinking.
As the seasons change, the birds sing more, the sun shines longer, and the tissue box empties faster than they can be replace. Allergies, also referred to as rhinitis or hay fever, impact 50-plus million people across the nation with nearly 17 million adults being diagnosed in 2013 alone. Most folks, however, can self-diagnose less serious cases based on common symptoms such as the onset of itchiness in the throat, eyes or nose, as well as nasal congestion and discharge.