Category: Health Infographics
Tiny Hearts has created an infographic for The World’s Fastest Workout! It’s a 4 minute workout that follows the popular Tabata Protocol, a training style used by Japanese Olympic athletes. It’s a popular form of high intensity interval training, similar to the now famous 7 Minute Workout.
When hair is unprotected from heat styling tools, good hair days can quickly turn bad. Check out the following infographic presented by Matrix to learn about how heat affects your hair.
We all know that our memories become hazier as we age, and the newest cure is brain training: games and puzzles that are rumored to help keep your brain in tip-top shape – or even improve it. But is the science behind this newest phenomenon solid? Degree Library has created an infographic entitled “The Truth About Brain Training”, explaining the myths and science motivating the brain training movement.
It’s no surprise that beauty has fast grown into a multi-billion-dollar industry over the decades. As most women know, the range of hair products, skin potions, and cosmetics available at any drugstore or mall is enormous. In this infographic, the folks at Ogle School reveal 6 amazing beauty hacks.
Do mammograms and early breast cancer detection really have an impact on save lives? Learn more in the following infographic by BestMedicalDegrees.com where you’ll discover if they hurt more than they help.
In this infographic, Harley Street Hair Clinic explains the process of Follicular Transfer, a kind of hair transplant that is currently the most promising treatment option available to men affected by Male Pattern Baldness.
The road to drug discovery is a long and expensive undertaking. To demonstrate the mega-investments necessary to develop a new drug (or biologic, biopharmaceutical, therapeutic, etc), this infographic explains each step in the process while giving the viewer a sense of the staggering amounts of time and money spent along the way.
Find out what the UK’s most popular procedures are, what they are spending and how male attitudes are changing all in this infographic from HB Health of Knightsbridge on UK cosmetic surgery statistics.
This infographic entitled “Ways to Natural health and Healing” is built on the big idea of how can people use natural tips and tricks to for maintaining their health. It seeks to emphasize the importance of home-made natural medicines.
Everyone has heard that cellphones can have some negative health effects, but to what degree? This infographic displays exactly what health repercussions to expect and how to minimize the effects of the easily avoidable problems.
10,000 years ago, primitive doctors bored holes in the head to cure patients. Now the “brains” of a computer are saving lives and preventing disease. So what’s next? BestMedicalDegrees.com takes a look at robot doctors as a possibility for the future.
With this infographic, InspiredShades hopes to educate the public about the benefits of wearing sunglasses for UV protection. The average consumer knows what to look for but at times the terminology can be confusing.
In the following infographic by Healthcare-Administration-Degree.net, take a look at the numbers of Americans who have applied for health insurance since Obamacare has become law. You will also learn about glitches that occurred on the website.