Health Infographics

30 Day Running Challenge

30 Day Running Challenge

Running has myriad benefits. It improves mental and physical health, prevents various illnesses and medical conditions, and increases fitness. Research shows that only three weekly sessions of 30-45 minutes are enough to help reduce depression. Even more, it’s absolutely free. All you need is a pair of good shoes, somewhere to run, and the background noise of your choosing.

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Fighting Severe COVID Risk

Fighting Severe COVID Risk

We’ve all heard of people that have had mild or asymptomatic cases of COVID, while others are severe or even fatal. How can we prioritize COVID vaccines for those who are most likely to be the most ill? GeneType has created the following infographic that looks at fighting severe COVID risk.

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Coronasomnia: COVID-19 and How It Affects Our Nightly Z’s

Coronasomnia: COVID-19 and How It Affects Our Nightly Z’s

With the COVID-19 pandemic driving the world into uncharted waters, profound changes have emerged in almost every area of our lives. With the unprecedented shift coming in so quickly, it’s understandable that the importance of sleep is flying under the radar. However, giving priority to sleep offers benefits that are far more useful than you think.

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6 Potential Benefits of Terpenes

6 Potential Benefits of Terpenes

One of the more powerful compounds that exists in nature is Terpenes. They are the foundation for essential oils, contributing to the natural aromas and tastes of a vast majority of plants and herbs. Like many other naturally occurring chemicals, Terpenes have become the subject of study for scientific and medical research. Learn more about these medical benefits and the Terpene profiles associated with them in the following infographic.

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How To Cope With Anxiety

How To Cope With Anxiety

Anxiety affects most people at one point or another. Learning to cope with anxiety is an important skill that everyone should have. Ways to cope with anxiety include putting your phone away, only reading credible news sources, getting enough sleep, limiting caffeine intake, practicing mindfulness, eating a healthy balanced diet, limiting alcohol consumption, exercising regularly, and even connecting with others.

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Guide to Heart Disease: Types, Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Guide to Heart Disease: Types, Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Failure to care for your heart runs the risk of developing heart disease or cardiovascular disease (CVD). Different types of heart diseases show varying symptoms and affect a specific part of the cardiovascular system. Check out the following infographic to determine the various types of heart disease alongside their causes, symptoms, and treatment options.

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50 U.S. Counties Where Chronic Diseases Are Most Prevalent

50 U.S. Counties Where Chronic Diseases Are Most Prevalent

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 6 in 10 Americans have a chronic disease, and 4 in 10 Americans are living with at least two chronic conditions. The HealthChampion research team analyzed data on the prevalence of obesity, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetes, and chronic kidney disease to see which U.S. counties have the highest overall prevalence of chronic conditions.

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Comparing Contacts vs Glasses

Comparing Contacts vs Glasses

Individuals with vision problems turn to corrective lenses or contacts to deliver improved sight. Glasses have comes a long way from the spectacles of old and are making fashion statements as they deliver 20/20 vision, but contact lenses have added another option for those who need corrective eyewear. Perfect vision, for many, means making a choice between the two. Here is a guide comparing glasses against contacts.

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New Opioid Prescription Guidelines by the CDC

New Opioid Prescription Guidelines by the CDC

Ever wondered why medical practitioners warn their patients to strictly follow their instructions when using prescription opioids? Well, it’s because these drugs have a higher risk of causing addiction. However, most healthcare providers and patients didn’t know this until the CDC came up with opioid prescribing guidelines.

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American Vaccine Confidence: Closing the Gap

American Vaccine Confidence: Closing the Gap

America has now hit a major milestone with over half of adults have now been vaccinated. That said, it’s still a long way to go to reach herd immunity, where experts estimate 70 – 85% will need to have the vaccine for this to happen. In this infographic, understand more about how has been hesitant in receiving the vaccine and ways to close the gap of vaccine hesitancy.

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