Category: Health Infographics
The average Christmas dinner contains as much as 956 calories. No wonder the average Briton consumes more than 6,000 calories on Christmas Day. With the average daily limit only allowing 2,500 calories for men and 2,000 for women you can see how so much weight is gained over the festive period. Find out how these calories are broken down, along with a few ways you can cut those festive calories in this infographic.
Unlike many ailments, chronic illnesses can be controlled but not cured. Check out this infographic from the University of Arizona’s College of Nursing for information on the prevalence of just three of many chronic illnesses.
Supplements are not only for body builders and athletes. Many ordinary individuals take advantage of supplements and reap great rewards. They can enhance your diet and exercise efforts. Learn more and see how how supplements can help you in this infographic from Spectrum Clubs.
The following infographic from Liahona Academy seeks to educate parents on what E-Cigarettes are and how they can be very harmful for teenagers. [Click here for full size version]
Today, the lifestyle of people has changed, which is one of the reasons of sudden cardiac arrests deaths among men. While, there are other causes among people, which also lead to death such as auto accidents and breast cancer, SDA has the highest percentage in it. At this juncture, providing basic life support to the victim becomes imperative.
Is your kid facing persistent fatigue or getting troubled with disturbed sleep patterns? Then your kid is likely to have chronic fatigue syndrome. Here, Mom Junction shares everything about chronic fatigue syndrome in children – what is it, it’s causes, symptoms & treatments.
A simple act such as putting medical trash into a separate bin can save lives across the world. Learn more about medical supply recovery operations from this infographic that has been created by Supplies Over Seas.
We all experience cravings at one time or another – some healthy and some not so healthy. Some of the most commonly craved foods include chocolate, pizza, salty snacks, ice cream (a favorite of mine), and pastas. But what do these cravings mean? They are in fact an essential messages sent to our bodies that something is missing. Cravings are powerful cues that may assist in bringing and maintaining balance.
Many things can have a positive (or negative) impact on a healthy lifestyle. Out of all the multiple factors that can contribute to a healthy lifestyle, there are four key ingredients that one should focus on improving in order to enjoy a healthier life. These are centered around sleep, nutrition, cardio exercise, and strength training.
Only anxious people understand what it’s like to feel the angst when anxiety attacks. For those who have experienced an anxiety disorder in the past or even for those who suspect that they may have this, here’s an infographic of surprising facts about anxiety disorders. Discover who else suffers from anxiety, the symptoms, and ways to deal with it.
Even though some continents are still struggling with the issue of AIDS, there are some places in the world where progress is being made. There are things that people can do to bring the spread of HIV and AIDS, and this infographic will explain the reason global numbers are on the decline, and what the world’s nations are doing to help control the epidemic.
Digitized health allows providers to more intelligently screen patients for conditions based on biological and physiological factors, greatly increasing early diagnoses. Technology also enables providers to more efficiently, accurately and cost-effectively care for their patients through increased communication and data improvements.
An estimated 6.4 million children between the ages of 6 and 17 have been diagnosed with ADHD. However, 14-38 percent of those children received a misdiagnosis. Check out the following infographic to learn more about ADHD in America’s children.
Strength training preceding your TKR provides you with the ability to be able to create healthy joints and muscles that you can manage just after surgery. This in place of needing to build up all of them the first time. Learn more about this subject in the following infographic.