Health Infographics

What Causes Elderly People to Fall?

What Causes Elderly People to Fall?

According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), falls are the number one cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in Americans aged 65 and older. The best way to avoid falls is to address the possible issues and minimize the harm before it may threaten the health of the loved one. Not every accident can be avoided but taking certain preventive measures can prolong the independence of the elderly and greatly reduce their risk of injury.

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The Real Cost of the Loneliness Epidemic

The Real Cost of the Loneliness Epidemic

Chronic loneliness can shorten lifespan by as much as 20 years. In 2019, 61% felt lonely some or all of the time. Why so? Oasis Day Center gets to the bottom of things in the following infographic.

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Lessons from Coronavirus: How to Maintain Your Health

Lessons from Coronavirus: How to Maintain Your Health

The spread of the Coronavirus, now widely known as COVID-19, has greatly changed the way of lifestyle of people around the world. In some countries like the Philippines, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to skyrocket each day, and this is despite the government’s efforts to stall the transmission of the virus by implementing strict quarantine rules.

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The Highest OSHA Violation in Every State Since 2015

The Highest OSHA Violation in Every State Since 2015

The Occupational Safety and Heath Administration is a division of the U.S. Department of Labor. It was established under the Occupational Safety and Health Act on Dec. 29, 1970. The purpose of the organization is to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for employees through setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, education, outreach, and assistance.

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The Benefits of Having a Personal Trainer

The Benefits of Having a Personal Trainer

This infographic from Fitness 19 gives insight on why having a personal trainer can be so helpful. It explains the dos and don’ts of having a trainer and how to find one that is qualified to give you the advice you need.

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Common Misconceptions on Hearing Loss

Common Misconceptions on Hearing Loss

Affecting millions of Americans, hearing loss is a health issue many different people face. Hearing loss affects people of all ages and lifestyles, and it is caused by a number of factors including genetics, medical disorders, medications, aging, and environmental settings. This infographic explains why several myths on hearing loss are wrong and provides facts on what is true.

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Muscle Pain: What Causes It & How To Fix It

Muscle Pain: What Causes It & How To Fix It

Musculoskeletal conditions are a main contributor to disability worldwide, and back pain alone leads to 264 million lost work days each year. How do we hurt our muscles? Muscle Activation Techniques explains below.

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OCD and Comorbidity

OCD and Comorbidity

Dealing with OCD is already difficult! But many people also deal with other mental health conditions at the same time commonly known as comorbidity. Which are most common, and what can people do? Learn more in the following infographic.

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Medical Coding And Its Prime Importance

Medical Coding And Its Prime Importance

Medical coding is a critical aspect in the healthcare billing process. It ensures accurate payment for physicians and also creates a valid record of patient history. In this infographic, you will learn what medical coding services are, the role of medical coders in the healthcare billing cycle, importance of coding and the different types of codes used currently.

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The Power of Sleep

The Power of Sleep

Research has found that we perform better with adequate rest. However, people around the world have been suffering from lack of sleep following the pandemic. So, who is getting enough sleep? Online Mattress Review gets to the bottom of things.

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