Should a diet change come before prescription drugs? Check out the following infographic presented by bestmasterofscienceinnursing.com to learn about food vs. medicine.
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.
Medical technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past few decades. From lifespan to vaccinations, we’ve seen huge improvements in how our health is managed today. Best Nursing Masters has created an infographic entitled, “Then and Now: From 1950 to Today” detailing the progression and improvement of medicine and medical technology in the last 60 years.
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.
This infographic on medication adherence (MA) illustrates a wealth of data on current programs, including the most likely targets of MA programs, the most common barriers to medication compliance, the most influential tools, and the conditions that respond most favorably to efforts to improve MA.
Some things just get better with time. In the case of American health and medicine technology, this is especially true. This infographic presented by topmastersinpublichealth.com explores four main ways Americans can be grateful for their health. It looks at the condition of healthcare and medicine in the 1900′s and how vastly it has improved over the century.
We all want to live as long as possible and with all of the advancements in medicine and technology we are able to live a lot longer than our ancestors. This infographic provides a deeper look into how we have aged over time as well as some tips to help you live longer.
Over 700,000 people die every year from counterfeit medicines, with 100,000 occurring in the United States alone! To put that in proper perspective, 700,000 people just about equals the population of El Paso, Texas. Every day worldwide a new counterfeit medicine ring is busted, and yet another one pops up to put the public’s safety in danger. To keep you well informed, AccessRX.com has created this infographic to highlight the 8 Most Common Counterfeit Medicines worldwide.