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


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 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


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

running beats the gym

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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2016 Health Resolutions Survey Results


It’s the season for New Year’s resolutions. Many people make commitments to changing their health. Yes, it’s time for making, and keeping, some healthy resolutions for the year ahead. Right? We surveyed 150 people about their 2016 health resolutions. Some answers were not surprising, some made us laugh, but in the end we captured the top 6 health resolutions according …

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Makeup Can’t Do Everything


Makeup is a powerful tool—it has the ability to make skin imperfections disappear, minimize our “problem areas” and create the illusion of beautiful, flawless skin. Despite the power of foundations, powders, and concealers, the reality is that makeup can’t truly cover up everything. Whether we like to admit it or not, there are some skin conditions that can’t always be …

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The Truth about Scoliosis Fusion Surgery


5-10% of diagnosed scoliosis cases will progress to the surgical threshold, and 38,000 patients undergo spinal fusion surgery every year. Despite these high numbers, spinal fusion surgery isn’t right for everyone. Spinal fusion surgery can cause major complications, with more than 50% of spinal fusion patients experiencing long-term complications during their life span. In one study, 40% of patients were …

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The 411 on Car Accidents


Did you know that 1 in 7 people don’t wear a seatbelt while driving? Seatbelts can reduce the risk of death by as much as 45 percent, cut the risk of serious injury by 50 percent, and prevent your chances of being ejected from the car during a crash by 30 percent. Don’t forget to buckle up before you start …

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Washable Keyboard 101

Washable Keyboard 101

Medical professionals worry about keeping their offices and patient areas clean, but many overlook one of the most commonly touched surfaces: their computer keyboards. Research has shown that many keyboards in medical facilities have pathogens living on them and that daily cleaning will lead to a 99% reduction in illness causing pathogens. Check out our infographic for information on germs …

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Things That Annoy Wheelchair Users


Infographic released by AdvancedMobilityScooters.com visualizes some of the things that wheelchair users find annoying. The graphic provides specific details about the behavior of others, specifically those who are not in wheelchairs. The annoying situations come from a non-wheelchair users by simply not knowing how to communicate well with people who are physically disabled. Learning what not to do in the …

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History of Cataract Surgery

History of Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery has come a long way since the first procedure in 5th Century BC. We take a look at all the different ways people have performed this surgery over the years. via centreforsight.com

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The billion dollar business of yoga


Everybody has heard about the phenomenon of Yoga. From the streets and temples of Calcutta to the gyms of Los Angeles, people from all demographics and walks of life are laying down their mats and striking their poses. It has become a global craze with countries like Japan seeing a growth rate of over 400% in the past 5 years. …

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How Shooting Affects Your Hearing


Noise levels in everyday life is ever increasing from things such as traffic, radio, TV and appliances. The human ear cannot handle sounds louder than 140 decibels, but gun shots are almost always above 140 decibels. This infographic shows how common sounds compare to gunshot noise, and options for protecting your hearing when you go shooting. For example, a normal …

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The History of Glucose Monitoring


People with diabetes been monitoring their glucose since the 1900s, but how far have we come? In association with World Diabetes Day tomorrow, the History of Glucose Monitoring shows the evolution of meters to present day. via www.abbottdiabetescare.com

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Senior Fall Prevention


It is no news that when we age we do not get younger or healthier, just otherwise. The older you get, the higher is the risk of falling as our body is no longer as lean and muscular and endurable as it was when we were young. That is why it takes better care. Fall prevention in seniors is one …

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Everything You Need To Know About Fish Oil

Fish oil infographic

This infographic covers the different purposes and benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids on the different parts of the body, and explains the difference between good quality fish oil and the rest of the sources. via vitalremedymd.com

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Breast Augmentation for Body Builders


Transforming the body is central to competitive bodybuilding, but it’s trick to keep a feminine shape while building muscles. This makes curve enhancing procedures popular with competitive female bodybuilders. via beautybybuford.com

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