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Infographic: Help Stop The Spread of Deadly Ebola

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Since there is currently no known vaccine or cure for the ebola virus, we must work together to raise awareness in order to keep it contained. This outbreak of ebola (beginning in early March 2014) is the worst we have ever seen since it was introduced in the 1970’s. The fatality rate ranges from 50-90% and includes symptoms such as ... Read More »

How does Garcinia Cambogia Extract works in reducing the weight?

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Garcinia Cambogia is a plant endemic to Indonesia and some other countries in Asia. It is the scientific name for a fruit that goes by other names such as Gamboge, Brindall Berry, Vrikshamla, etc. Though its weight loss properties were well known in the ancient Asian civilization, in recent times it received considerable media attention thanks to the popular TV ... Read More »

Infographic: The Basics of Short-Term Health Insurance

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Having a gap in health insurance coverage can be a little nerve-wracking. Should you become ill or injure yourself, a single unexpected medical bill can potentially cause substantial financial strain. Short-term health insurance plans are designed to be a pocketbook-friendly coverage option during life’s in-between times. They include benefits to help pay for unexpected medical expenses such emergency room visits, ... Read More »

Infographic: Your ADHD Research Ideas

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ADHDFund asks people with ADHD and ADHD researchers to fill in an online questionnaire on research ideas for ADHD. ADHDFund uses your input to study what you prefer. Check out the responses in our infographic. The goal of ADHDFund is to finance patient oriented research, independent from pharmaceutical industry. This is new in psychiatry! We want to ask everyone to ... Read More »

It’s a $34 Billion Industry: Alternative Treatments for Mental Disorders

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The use of alternative treatments for mental illness is growing in popularity due to concern over the side effects of some medications and a general mistrust for pharmaceutical companies. The following infographic describes some of the natural ways people are treating disorders like depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. Brought to you by bestpsychologydegrees.com Read More »

Infographic: How to Keep Your Eyes Healthy at Work

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The folks at Feel Good Contact Lenses know all there is to know about keeping your eyes healthy, and they want to share all of this with you to help ensure your eyes remain happy and healthy in your place of work. P.S. Remember to blink as you read through this infographic! Read More »

Infographic: Does Social Media Support Eating Disorders?

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The increasing amount of coverage in the media about the supposed link between Social Media and Eating Disorders is an indication that this argument is of importance. The question is not about if the link exists but whether or not it is a positive one. On one side there is are social online movements that openly encourage eating disorder behaviors ... Read More »

Let the Kids Run! The Importance of Playing Outside

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Childhood obesity is a rising health epidemic. While this trend is starting to stagnate, it is not declining. This infographic examines the causes of childhood obesity, from the insane amounts of sugar and extra calories kids are getting to the lack of physical activity most kids are getting. For example, did you know that most Americans are consuming an extra ... Read More »

Infographic: Bedbug Facts and Timeline

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RJS Pest Management Specialists is proud to present, “Bed Bug Facts and Timeline”, our first ever Infographic detailing the timeline history, the rise, the fall, and the resurgence, as well as current statistics for today’s epidemic. Infographic by New York Pest Control Read More »

Infographic: Is Your Slow Computer Affecting Your Health?

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The internet is a wonderful place, and folks spend hours everyday working and exploring its vastness. But for people with slow computers, time is spent more in frustration instead of quickly finding the information they were looking for. This infographic explores why slow computers can be detrimental to your health. Brought to you by crucial.com Read More »

Infographic: Loneliness is More Deadly than Obesity

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There has been a lot of talk over the years on the deadliness of obesity, but what about the health ramifications of loneliness? This infographic explores the data behind loneliness. Knowing is half the battle. Brought to you by topcounselingschools.org Read More »

Infographic: The Price of Sight

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Many People question the benefits of the LASIK procedure. The folks at kinglasik.com decided to create this infographic ‘Is Lasik worth the cost?’ on the subject. Via: King Lasik Read More »

Infographic: 11 Ways To Pay For Home Healthcare

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Many seniors are uncertain about their options when it comes to remaining in the family home long term or downsizing. Depending on their situation, their health, if they have family around to help, and their finances, these are the things that they base their decision around and usually their financial situation stops them from making the best choice for themselves ... Read More »

Infographic: 5 Tips For Getting a Better Night’s Sleep

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Getting a good night’s sleep can be hard with so many distractions. It is important for your overall health to get the rest your body needs to function everyday. Here are a few simple tips to help you get the sleep you need every night. Brought to you by liftcaregiving.com Read More »

Infographic: A day in the life of an insulin-using patient

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In honor of World Diabetes Day, Abbott has created an interactive infographic to help raise awareness about what life can be like for an insulin-using patient who has diabetes. Approximately 26 percent of the 18.8 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes follow an insulin regimen recommended by their healthcare provider in order to manage their condition . Many people with diabetes are ... Read More »