Health Infographics



Common Workout Injuries and How-To Avoid Them

Whether you are a fitness enthusiast or just a beginner, an injury during a workout can put you out for weeks to months. Common injuries include sprains, fractures, back pain, and many others. Doing things like having proper form, having a well balanced diet, and getting rest will help prevent these types of injuries. Here is an infographic detailing common injuries and how you can avoid them.

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THC vs CBD – The Difference and How It Works

We know that commercial drugs can produce varying unwanted side effects – and the same goes for veterinary drugs prescribed for our beloved pets. Luckily, CBD can be used for dogs and cats too, getting all of the health benefits from this all-natural solution which we know as Cannabidiol. This infographic from Innovet Pet explains the differences between THC and CBD and how it works.

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7 Ways to Prove Nursing Home Abuse

The following infographic from Campbell & Smith, PLLC shows 7 ways to prove your nursing home abuse case. The first is watching and notating the signs of abuse. Second, obtain their nursing home and medical records. Later on, photographs are powerful pieces of evidence. Ombudsman complaints are also included as well as witness statements. Finally, it comes inspections and licenses along with hiring an attorney.

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Causes of Blurry Vision

Blurry vision is usually one of the most common conditions that results in decreased visual clarity. It starts with the surface of the eye, the cornea and this is where majority of the blurry vision lies. If you suffer from conditions such as near-sightedness, far sightedness and astigmatism, you may be susceptible to blurry vision. Let’s understand better with the help of this infographic.

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Early Signs & Symptoms of Heart Disease

A heart attack or Myocardial Infarction occurs when the flow of blood to the heart is blocked. It can be fatal, but treatment has improved dramatically over the years. The classic symptoms of heart attack include a severe chest pain spread to jaw, neck & back, shortness of breath & heartburn. Understanding early warning signs of heart attack is critical for prompt recognition to avoid serious complications.

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Healthcare Jobs 2.0

By 2030, 171 million Americans will have some form of chronic disease, and the U.S. will face a shortage of up to 104,900 physicians. Healthcare workers are going to have to find a way to keep up with growing need. At the heart of the healthcare jobs of the future is technology. Learn more about healthcare jobs of the future within this infographic.

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How Emotional Intelligence Can Make a Difference in Health Care

Emotional intelligence (EQ) has been an important topic in business and organizational leadership for decades. It’s equally important in the health care business. Health care administrators can develop their own EQ skills, and they can also promote EQ in their organizations via employee training.

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An Eye on Diabetes

Diabetes can strike anyone, from any walk of life. Keeping diabetes under control helps to prevent heart, nerve, and foot problems. This informative Infographic by InfoGraphic Design Team illustrates the symptoms, types, statistics, prevention and behavior of people towards Diabetes.

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Impressions – A New At-Home Invisalign Alternative

Invisalign is a great way to straighten your teeth if you can afford it, but that treatment will run about $7,000. This infographic was created to introduce people to a new type of invisible aligner called Impressions. These aligners combine all of the advancements of Invisalign’s teeth straightening technology with the convenience of home.

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All You Need to Know About the Ketogenic Diet

The following infographic from Konscious Keto defines the Keto Diet and the effects it has on your body. Learn how you lose weight quickly and why you’ll never be hungry when on this diet. Also discover some of the benefits of the keto diet such as longer-lasting energy and enhanced focus. 

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