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States with the Most Fatal Truck Accidents

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In May 2014, the NHTSA released statistics showing that there were more than 333,000 accidents involving a commercial truck in 2012. In this infographic, we break down the statistics to show which states had the most fatal truck accidents that year. via truckaccidentfirm.com

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99 Fascinating Facts About Yoga

Facts About Yoga

The folks at strech.nl have put together this fascinating infographic about Yoga. A detailed overview of the 4th fastest growing industry in the world. A must read for every Yogi! ‘What once was known only as an ancient spiritual practice among the Indians, yoga is now recognized as a worldwide trend and a full-blown industry on many aspects on a scale never …

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Top Four Steps To Take After An Accident

Top Four Steps To Take After An Accident

Injury Trial Lawyers, APC created an infographic listing the top 4 steps to take after being injured in an accident. By adhering to these steps you ensure that you receive the medical treatment you need and maximize your claim. Our steps include: (1) Seek immediate medical treatment, (2) Collect evidence, (3) Do not admit fault, and (4) Seek legal assistance. …

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7 Habits to better posture

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Most of us sit at a desk in front of a computer most of the day, probably 6 to 8 hours! During that time we tend to slouch as we get tired. This bad habit leads increasingly to bad posture, which can severly affect our health over the long term. To combat this we need to start developing some healthy …

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10 Best Detox Smoothie Recipes

10 Best Detox Smoothie Recipes

These 10 detox smoothie recipes are a delicious way to cleanse your body of harmful toxins and leave you feeling refreshed and energized. Quick to make and easy to drink, just blend and enjoy! via gymventures.com

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First Trimester of Pregnancy

First Trimester of Pregnancy

The first trimester of pregnancy is vital in getting your pregnancy on the right track. See the changes that occur to you, your fetus as it grows throughout the weeks, and the symptoms you should watch out for! via maternityathome.com

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Mercury in Your Mouth

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Most people are shocked to learn that dental amalgam (silver fillings) has been cited by the World Health Organization as the biggest source of mercury pollution in non-industrialized settings. So why is this harmful material being used as a dental restorative? Using the infographic above, learn more about the danger of mercury-rich dental amalgam as well as other environmental sources …

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Portland Naturopaths Discuss 10 Acupuncture Benefits

10 Acupuncture Benefits

In the U.S., 40 million adults battle anxiety, 20 percent experience extreme stress, and 50 million suffer from nasal allergies. One of the oldest practices in Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture reduces the symptoms associated with these and other ailments without the use of drugs or the risk of serious side effects when performed by a trained licensed professional. This infographic …

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Acupuncture Fun Facts!

Acupuncture Fun Facts

There are many misconceptions and ideas about acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM.) From the type of needles to the methods used for treatments known as modalities. Acupuncture Fun Facts addresses just a few of these misconceptions and presents some other interesting but little know facts that attempt to show the validity and goodness inherent in the practice of acupuncture …

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How to Brush your Teeth

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Dentists all over the world have been promoting proper methods of brushing for a very long time. However, most of us don’t listen to them, as we all think that brushing our teeth is a simple, every day task. The sad truth is that most of us do not brush and floss properly which can lead to cavities and even …

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20 Natural Sleep Remedies

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Are there Natural Sleep Remedies that actually work? Millions of people deal with sleeplessness or form poor sleep habits every night. Instead of treating the root cause of their sleep deprivation, many turn to prescription sleep aids. From 2005 to 2010, the number of emergency room visits related to zolpidem, a common medication found in Ambien and other sleep aids, …

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A Closer Look: Nursing Home Care in Indiana

Nursing Home Care in Indiana

We take a look at the increasing rate of nursing home abuse in the state of Indiana and across the country. Protecting our loved ones, young and old, is a top priority and this infographic presents statistics and tips to how we can help stop and protect families from elderly abuse. via indianapilaw.com

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Signs of Female Hair Loss

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This free infographic is all about understanding the signs of female hair loss. By knowing the signs, women can treat hair loss before it causes severe changes to hair thickness and density. This infographic also explores 4 of the most popular and effective ways to treat female hair loss. Typical treatments may include surgical procedures, like hair transplantation. New treatments …

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Healthy Fat Loss-Alternatives to Lipo

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Obesity is an epidemic. More than ever, American adults are facing higher risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack, and stroke. Obesity has profound mental and emotional side effects as well, often causing shame, social withdrawal, depression, and anxiety. Surgery is not always the answer, however. Healthy lifestyle choices are the foundation of any significant body change. Sleeping well, managing stress, …

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Should You Get Tested for Osteoporosis?

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Warning signs exist when it comes to Osteoporosis detection, but many people don’t know which warning signs they should be looking for. Such warning signs include broken bones – which can include hips, spine, or wrist fractures. The odds of Osteoporosis increase for female adults above the age of 65, with small or thin frames, and Caucasian or Asian ethnicity. …

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History of Hair Transplant Surgery

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The story of hair transplant surgery begins in Japan. In 1939, dermatologist Dr. Okuda became the first physician to conceive of a medical procedure to harvest and transplant hair from one area of the body to another. Today, that concept remains unchanged. Technology has evolved dramatically, however. Today’s hair transplant surgeries often produce an end result that is nearly indistinguishable …

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How to Stay Calm When You Know You’ll Be Stressed

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We are all guilty of succumbing to stress. Whether induced by next weekend’s party or an important presentation at work, its effects can be debilitating. Take a look at this interesting infographic put together by the folks at poundstopocket.co.uk giving you some great tips to deal with stress.

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Coolsculpting: non-surgical fat reduction

CoolSculpting

Coolsculpting is a relatively new process for removing unwanted fat. It targets, freezes, and eventually eliminates fat cells which results in significant weight loss. Coolsculpting is FDA cleared, non-surgical procedure and requires very little to no downtime. via yaletownlaser.com

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9 Hacks to Stay Healthy at Work

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You’ve certainly read or heard somewhere that your workplace may be negatively contributing to your health. The saying “sitting is killing us” has become commonplace. I’m sure you’ve read enough about ideas like standing breaks or treadmill desks to combat these issues, so we won’t bother mentioning those here. If you’re looking for some simple and practical tips you can …

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10 Ways running beats the gym

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It is January and all the excesses of the Christmas season have now come to roost. With the promise of “a new year a new me” we see people hit the gym for January and February. Whilst that is great, it becomes somewhat unsustained in the year. That’s why we have developed the “10 Ways Running Beats The Gym” to …

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