Health Infographics



Men vs Women: Urinary Incontinence

Women and men can both suffer from incontinence. This is caused by many issues from age to pregnancy, with age being the most common. Recognizing what is happening to your bladder will help with treatment options for incontinence. This infographic from Men’sLiberty explores this subject in more detail.

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Addiction Warning Signs: What to Look For

Addiction affects millions, but many never seek help. Many try to deny their addiction or hide any signs from their loved ones. If you believe your loved one may be suffering from addiction, there are warning signs you can look out for. JC’s Recovery Center has created an infographic highlighting warning signs and how to help your loved one with an addiction.

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The Basics of Dental Care

Oral health  is crucial to be healthy, which is why visiting a dentist on a regular basis is very important. This helps prevent cavities, gum disease, and oral cancer. Brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing once a day, and cleaning your tongue regularly are all important steps for maintaining good oral health. For more tips on how to maintain proper dental care, check out this infographic.

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13 Reasons Why You Should Sleep Naked (According to Science)

There are quite a few health benefits to sleeping naked. Not only can it help you with physical things like thermoregulation, but it can also boost your mood, improve your confidence and increase feelings of trust and intimacy between you and your bed partner. In the following infographic, Snore Mentor looks at 13 reasons why you should sleep naked.

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America’s Addiction Statistics 2019

In the following infographic, courtesy of AddictionAide.com, discover addiction statistics and data for individuals in the United States. For example, there were approximately 7,400,000 people in the United States over the age of 11 with addiction in 2016. Read on for...

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Overview of Men’s Bladder Health

Even though bladder health is often associated with women, it is a very real concern for men too. Over 25% of men over the age of 65 have dealt with urinary leakage, and 1 in every 27 men have a chance of developing bladder cancer. In this infographic, MensLiberty provides an overview of men’s bladder health.

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10 Common Drug and Alcohol Addictions in USA

Here is an infographic courtesy of AddictionAide.com that looks at 10 common drug and alcohol addictions in USA and the harmful effects each substance can have on the bodies and minds of those affected.

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Obesity & Heart Health: Risk Factors & Prevention

Obesity refers to a generalized accumulation of excess adipose tissues in the body which leads to more than 20% of the desirable body weight. While obesity can lead to many diseases, one of the greatest concerns is your heart. People with obesity tend to have many risk factors. How exactly do you know if you are obese and what can you do to get back on the path to fitness?

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Myth V. Fact: The Right Way To Exercise

Exercise is essential for a healthy life. However, many people don’t exercise the correct way. Common exercise myths are believed as facts by many, and this can cause people to not see the results they are looking for. Fitness 19 has created the following infographic highlighting common myths of exercise and what the facts are.

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