Category: Health Infographics
Being overweight or obese is a major health issue faced by many of the the world’s population today. This unhealthy lifestyle followed by millions of people has led to the worldwide spread of this epidemic which is examined in this infographic.
From juicing to Paleo, Atkins to Mediterranean, it is increasingly difficult to keep up with the new diet trends. It seems as though there is always something new. This infographic from Medifast has everything you need to know about diet restrictions, inclusions, prep time, and cost.
Yes, besides being enjoyable, sex is good for your physical and mental health. We are all probably aware that sex sessions are capable of burning a few calories but the extent to which a healthy sex life can have on your overall health and well-being is actually quite impressive. Learn more about why sex is good for your health in this infographic.
Malaria kills hundreds of thousands of people every year and infects hundreds of millions more. Yet, elimination of the disease is possible. In fact it’s been achieved in 62 countries since 1960. So, what stands in the way of a world without Malaria? This infographic from Work the World explores this in more detail.
Did you know that as many as 40% of women suffer from spinal issues? Back pain can be caused by a range of conditions and can differ in severity. With a few simple lifestyle changes you can improve your back health significantly. In the following infographic, Grande Family Chiropractic has put together a useful guide that takes a look at both the causes and treatments for women who experience back pain.
With the knowledge that there is no secret weight loss solution it is often best to stick to simple steps to getting fit and having a healthy life. This infographic provides insight into the six most simple steps for better health and a better life without the trendy “magical” solutions that are often times worse for your health and wellness in the long run.
Discover the full range of benefits that Glucosamine has for your joints. The folks at SimplySupplements have put all the benefits together in an infographic to highlight just how important this joint building block is.
In the world today, the realities of mental health and illness are not widely known. There are people who want to associate those suffering from mental illnesses with negative feelings and emotions, which are generally referred to as “Stigma”.
In this infographic, see how life expectancy compares around the world, including which countries have the highest rates of life expectancy and which have the lowest rates. Also, find out how life expectancy has changed over time. It also looks into the future and provides interesting facts and figures on what we can expect life expectancy to be like in 50 plus years from now.
You may know someone in your life that has a mental illness but did you know that many influential people such as celebrities also have lived with mental illness? Here is a compilation of a few of them.
This infographic is to show the injuries that can occur in most common auto accidents and it shows how whiplash forms. It illustrates what causes whiplash, how to recognize it’s symptoms, and what you can do to prevent injury in the future. Most people can recover from a whiplash injury within a few weeks but others may develop chronic pain that lasts for years.
The following infographic from unveils the reality of popular diet trends and health facts or myths that accompany each other. For example, did you know that scientists have not even identified the toxins that detox diets supposedly flush from our bodies? Or that eating after 8pm isn’t necessarily a cause of weight gain?
Erectile dysfunction (also known as ‘impotence’) is an extremely common condition affecting over 50% of men aged between 40 and 70. Unfortunately, it can be a difficult subject for many couples to discuss despite being a natural part of the aging process. This infographic will help you understand more about erectile dysfunction and how to discuss with your partner.
Back pain during early stages of pregnancy is common and it generally arises due to both mechanical and hormonal factors. Studies indicate that somewhere between a half and three quarters of pregnant women suffer from back pain at some point of time during their pregnancy period. The following infographic will help you to know the causes and the treatment tips as well to help one deal with the issue.