Health Infographics

Smooth Skin

There are many skin care hair removal methods that have been used over the years to achieve smooth skin. TRIA Beauty outlines the progression of civilizations journey to not only get but maintain beautiful skin.

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Shining Light On Skin Cancer

There’s no doubt that skin cancer is a killer, but thankfully the news about sun exposure isn’t all bad. In fact, a small amount of sunshine is actually healthy because it provides our bodies with vitamin D. The following infographic, published by ReuseThisBag.com, will help you to learn more about skin cancer and the effects of sun exposure (both good and bad).

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The Dangers Lurking In Your Public Pool

When most think of their public pool, they think of kids splashing around and adults swimming laps. Yet, reports show that nearly half of Americans admit to contributing to an unhealthy pool, and even more are unaware of the dangers that can result. This infographic shows us the dangers that may be lurking in your public pool.

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10 Superfoods to Make You Look Younger

What are “super foods” anyway? These are foods that are full of things that are good for our health – antioxidants, fiber and essential fatty acids. When consumed as part of a healthy, balanced diet, these superfoods can improve how our immune system functions and as such help prevent illnesses and reduce physical signs of aging.

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Body Hacks For A Longer Life

There’s a flood of mixed messages put out on a daily basis regarding one’s health. However, the key to staying healthy is fairly simple: live as natural a life as possible. This includes eating a natural diet. In fact, before eating, ask yourself: could I or my neighbors have made this? These and other interesting body hacks for a longer life in this infographic.

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What Is Nursing?

For those who wish to pursue their careers in nursing, here is an interesting infographic on the nursing career. It reveals some enlightening facts and figures about where do nurses work, what average nurses salaries are and what programs should they pursue. You will also discover the demand and shortage of nurses all over the world.

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Lazy Person’s Guide To Burning Calories

As you might have guessed, there isn’t a way to sit on your couch all day and end up looking like a bodybuilder. There are however some everyday things you can do that are good for your health. These are things that you would probably do anyhow, so you might as well feel good about how many calories you’re burning by doing them.

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Get in the Loop – Raising Awareness for Lupus

May is seen as time to come together and help raise national awareness for all the forms of lupus. It is a time to show support for the estimated 1.5 million people in the United States who are affected by this chronic autoimmune disease. With the following infographic, which contains data and statistics on this disease, Achieve Clinical Research hopes to help raise awareness for lupus patients and their families.

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Low Back Pain By the Numbers

Most Americans (61 percent) experience low back pain, but physical therapists can help regain mobility, activity and health by relieving the source and not just the symptoms of pain. Check out the infographic below, published by MoveForwardPT.com, for more statistical facts on low back pain.

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