If you have not yet decided what your New Year’s resolution is going to be, take a look at this new infographic. You will notice statistics of people who have failed at weight loss goals like so many of us, but this year we don’t have to fall into any of those categories. The infographic also gives positive statistics regarding those who have succeeded and how they did it.
When it comes to medical care, a patient’s financial experience can greatly impact their opinion of a hospital or physician. This new infographic explores patient reactions and opinions on hospital billing practices, and the results a positive or negative experience can have.
The land of beautiful people is not always so glamorous. This infographic by Lookyounger.net explores the plastic surgery disasters and the surgeries that actually made a positive difference.
Americans are getting fatter every year, and weight-related diseases kill at a rate second only to tobacco. There’s been lots of proposed solutions to that problem–rejiggering the food pyramid, advertising campaigns, soda taxes. But the simplest of all might just be bicycles. This Infographic lays out the argument as to how biking can save us.
This Infographic provides a visualization of people in the diabetes community showing support of diabetes awareness events and initiatives, during diabetes awareness month and World Diabetes Day in 2011.
We all know our favorite pizza or that extra bag of crisps isn’t healthy but do you know just how unhealthy they are? Did you know you’ll need to spend more time on a treadmill to burn off a Big Mac Meal that you would an entire Christmas dinner with all the trimmings?
Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you no doubt have recognized that childrens’ health in America is a growing problem, largely due to poor diet and changing play habits. This Infographic looks at some of the trends thatre placing our children at risk.
This infographic from The Hartman Group provides information for the rate of obesity in the United States, revealing the factors that lead to obesity and why people continue to carry on those habits.
This Infographic examines the smoking rates of nations around the world, as well as a comparison of the measures those countries take to curb tobacco consumption and secondhand exposure. The data is from 2007 but still quite interesting.
The Medicare system as we know it is due to collapse in 2016, leaving over 46 million people stranded and over 250 million Americans without hope of healthcare coverage in the coming decades. This clever Infographic by reveals why our current Medicare system is a blueprint for disaster.
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