The Gates Foundation is predicted to save the lives of 7.6 million children under 5 from 2010-2019. In this infographic, MPHOnline.org shows us how they have done it.
Over 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the startling numbers behind prostate cancer.
Nanomedicine refers to highly specific medical intervention at the molecular level for curing disease or repairing damaged tissues. Though in its infancy, could we be looking at the future of medicine? Early clinical trials certainly look promising. Learn more in this infographic.
Since the beginning of time, man has searched far and wide for the fountain of youth. And while such a thing may not exist, science is honing in on the keys to slowing the aging process. If you plan to stay forever young, follow these 22 unusual tips from the folks at Confused.com to help maintain your vitality and vigor.
I’m sure you’ve wondered a time or two; just what is your doctor thinking? This infographic from Epocrates delves into the medical mind, exploring just what it is that runs through your doctors brain. What bothers him/her? What kinds of medical emergencies have they had to deal with lately? All of this and more is answered below.
AF-International recently polled 1,000 gamers and revealed that 67.1% of console users only clean their technology items when they see dirt, dust and grease on them, even though 45.6% of them share their console controllers (and germs) with up to 5 people.
For some people, pets are their best friends. They provide unconditional love and companionship. But for those who aren’t pet owners – listen up. Owning a pet can have significant physical and mental health benefits. They can help you to live longer and even relieve stress and anxiety. This infographic presented by Carlton Hobbs illustrates how saving a pet might save your life.
The heart is a sensitive organ, and once it goes out on you, it’s hard to bring it back. AED.com’s latest infographic tells the truth about sudden cardiac arrest, exploring what it is, why it happens, and what you can do to prevent it.
Whether you enjoy the dark stuff, or lean towards lager, the results show that a pint of one, or the other, can have positive effects on various areas of the body. Through painstaking research, GoIreland has worked out how many individual peanuts each drink is the equivalent to eating, how long it would take to burn off those calories and taken a look at some of the strongest beers known to mankind in the following infographic.
Waistlines and portions are expanding across America. An emphasis on getting more food for less money has caused restaurant and fast-food portions to grow over the last few decades. However the problem’s not limited to out-of-home portions. Grocery store, vending machine, and snack-sized offerings have been increasing steadily as well. This infographic from Massive Health takes a closer look at how portions have grown and how we can regain control.
With the refrigerator finally free of leftovers from the holiday, many Americans make the dreaded resolution to shed those pesky pounds they gained over the holidays. Vowing to be in better shape than the year before, some adults swear their fitness oaths loud and clear at local gyms. But what about those that don’t plan to get a new gym membership or renew an existing one? And how many actually stick to this popular resolution?
A genetically modified organism (GMO) or genetically engineered organism (GEO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. These techniques, generally known as recombinant DNA technology, use DNA molecules from different sources, which are combined into one molecule to create a new set of genes. This and other interesting data on food labeling in this infographic.
I hate cancer. It has taken more loved ones than I care to mention. Want to help your body fight this terrible disease? The foods you put in your salad can help. Use this handy infographic published by MD Anderson Cancer Center to build a cancer-fighting salad.