Category: Health Infographics
Walking is a healthy activity that many doctors and fitness advisers highly recommend it. A myriad of studies exist touting the benefits of walking. Add to the fact that walking is an incredibly effective exercise. It’s also convenient and easily integrated into daily life.
Ever wonder why most women are always on war against cellulite? It truly is an annoying condition, and most women suffer from this. When it comes to cellulite, there is a lot of information related to it but in this infographic, you can quickly learn the different types, what causes cellulite and how to prevent it.
We live in the information age and this age is spreading to all parts of the world. This is good news for those parts previous left in the dark, where word-of-mouth is how vital information was shared. Social media is changing the way that same vital information is now shared, particularly in Africa.
Addiction recovery is an active, lifelong process that requires focus and participation for success. One way to participate in your recovery is through exercise. The following infographic from Morningside Recovery provides proof and incentive for recovering addicts to add fitness into their lifestyle.
The folks at BodyApplicators.com has put together some all natural face masks for you to try to help your anti-aging efforts. It’s always fun to do this at home alone or with some girlfriends. We are all wanting healthier skin after all right?
Did you know that during an average day of walking, your feet can carry the force of hundreds of tons, equivalent of a fully loaded cement truck? In the following infographic, Uniform Advantage looks at how healthcare professionals pick functionality first with a pop of style when selecting their medical shoes to help them cope with their strenuous hours.
With increased numbers, it stands to reason that the number of cosmetic procedures going wrong would increase. However there may be a stigma for men around speaking out if they’ve suffered a cosmetic surgery injury. Take a look at the following infographic from Paul Rooney Solicitors to see just how much the industry has grown in the last few years.
Many people often do not travel thinking their diabetic conditions will be a barrier for their vacation. Here is an infographic that will help you manage your diabetes while you’re on holidays. Diabetic travelers must take extra precaution and plan their vacation well in advance for stress-free travel.
In light of the upcoming Arthritis Awareness Week in October, Bathing Solutions have built this simple but informative visual designed to highlight the key differences between the two arthritis conditions.
Everyone loves to smile. Or, at least, everyone should! However, smiling isn’t just an expression of joy – it’s also a cognitive reflex to positive aspects of life that release endorphins, dopamine and serotonin – making you feel physically better. Happiness makes you smile, and smiling makes you happier – it’s a positive feedback loop that just keeps on giving.
Here The Cerebral Palsy Site has put together a visual representation of facts about Cerebral Palsy and also UK statistics, from the types of Cerebral Palsy, the causes and ranges of treatment available.
Cutting down on unnecessary calories, sugars and fats doesn’t have to be a tormenting process. Lucas James, a Celebrity Personal Trainer in Scottsdale, AZ, has put together this list of “Swap This For That” items that offer healthier food options.
The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that 10 per cent of cosmetic procedures are performed on men! After years of working in the Australian sun, men are now looking for ways to rejuvenate their weathered faces. Brotox is the latest solution ! Many men believe that Brotox allows them to have more fun and that it makes them feel more confident in their sex lives.
Mental health issues and mental illness has become as prevalent in pop culture as it is in real life. This has been made possible by increased awareness, understanding and acceptance of our modern culture. These days, nearly every television show, movie, comic or novel has a main character living with mental health issues, but just like in real life, these issues are not always immediately apparent or noticeable.