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Infographic: How Women Are Being Set Up For Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are the most deadly mental illness and statistics indicate that various media outlets are partially to blame. This infographic illustrates the disparity between the media’s portrayal of a physically “ideal” woman and the actual average American woman. These statistics reveal that the way that the fashion and advertising industries influence women’s self-image. When 80% of women are made insecure …

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Infographic: The Pandemic Of Disability

In this economy, the Social Security Disability Insurance Program – like everything else – is under scrutiny. Disability attorneys who argue Social Security disability claims hear this frequently. There just does not seem to be enough money to go around. But it does not deter us. But as any Social Security Disability attorney would tell you, the Social Security Disability …

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Infographic: Picture of Mental Health

About 25 percent of American adults report moderate to severe mental health issues. The effects of mental illnesses are widespread, affecting men and women; adults and children; the poor and the wealthy. Brought to you by bestmentalhealthdegrees.com. Brought to you by bestmentalhealthdegrees.com

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Infographic: Do ADHD Kids Have “Dimmer Prospects” in Life?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that ADHD affects three to seven percent of school children in the US. What’s interesting is that prescriptions for ADHD children have rose 50 percent in the last decade—making many take a closer look at the diagnosis. More important, parents are wondering how their children will handle ADHD as they become …

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Infographic: Hurricane Prep 2012 – How to protect your home from storms

Hurricane winds and a flooding storm surge can cause catastrophic damage to your property and possessions. But there are ways to prepare for the threats — and to lessen the chances of severe loss. The Press-Register and The Mississippi Press put together this infographic showing all the rooms in your house and what you can do in each to protect yourself, …

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Infographic: A Guide to Patient Loyalty

A lot of factors are involved when a patient has a good experience at a hospital or medical practice. One huge component in patient loyalty and satisfaction is the billing process. This infographic from Connance colorfully shows what factors to consider in gaining and keeping loyal patients. Brought to you by connance.com. Brought to you by connance.com

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Infographic: 5 Strategies Assisting You With Sleep Training Your Baby

Most new parents struggle with learning how to sleep after the baby is born, and have no idea how to help themselves and their new baby get on a good sleep schedule. Here at Mommy Relief, our guide assists you with your sleep training. Guiding you with good decisions to help your baby during sleep training, so you and your …

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Infographic: Cost of average U.S. hospital stay $33,079

The cost of the average American hospital stay nearly doubled from 2000 to 2010 while average stay length declined. The decade was a period of low inflation, but some sectors of the economy didn’t get the memo. Charges for a hospitalization soared from an average $17,390 in 2000 to $33,079 in 2010. In the U.S. we spend almost three times …

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Infographic: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women, exceeded only by lung cancer. In fact, the chances that breast cancer will be responsible for a woman’s death are about 1 in 36 or about 3%. This is just one of the reasons why we wanted to create this infographic. It doesn’t matter if you are a …

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Infographic: Smoke Alarms – Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

Time for a few important fire prevention tips brought to us by the Energizer Bunny! On averages, families have less than three minutes from the time the first smoke alarm sounds to escape a fire. Almost 47% of reported home structure fires and more than half 54% of home structure fire deaths occur in the cooler months of November through March. …

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Infographic: How to Know When to Go to the Emergency Room

Knowing when a condition is serious enough to warrant a visit to your hospital’s emergency room is vital information. You can prevent an unnecessary and costly trip to the ER by knowing when it is appropriate to go, or whether you can opt for a trip to an urgent care center or family physician instead. Brought to you by top-nursing-programs.com. …

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Infographic: 8 Most Common Counterfeit Medicines Worldwide

Over 700,000 people die every year from counterfeit medicines, with 100,000 occurring in the United States alone! To put that in proper perspective, 700,000 people just about equals the population of El Paso, Texas. Every day worldwide a new counterfeit medicine ring is busted, and yet another one pops up to put the public’s safety in danger. To keep you …

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Infographic: The Hard Truth about Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a fact of life that far too many women have to live with. It is the ultimate form of bullying for it invariably comes from someone a woman loves and trusts. It can be physical and verbal in nature, unrelenting or occasional but anytime it happens it is one time too many. In the following graphic I’ve …

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Infographic: Why Mental Health Matters at Work

This infographic by the Samsung Economic Research Institute illustrates why mental health matters at work. Programs that help employees manage and treat stress and mental illness not only boost productivity, but also improve companies’ public image. Brought to you by Samsung Economic Research Institute via Payscale.com. Brought to you by Samsung Economic Research Institute via Payscale.com

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Infographic: Am I Depressed? The Hard Truth About Depression

Have you ever wondered “Am I depressed?” Do you have a friend or loved one who might be suffering from depression? View the infographic below to learn all about the disease. Brought to you by militarymentalhealth.org via businessinsider.com. Brought to you by militarymentalhealth.org

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Infographic: Code Pink – National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer is the epidemic of modern times. Unlike other diseases that have plagued people throughout history like tuberculosis and polio, we haven’t yet discovered a vaccine against it. One of the most common manifestations of this disease is breast cancer, which affects not only one in eight women, but also thousands of men in the United States. In fact, only …

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Infographic: A Decade of Inspiring Women to Protect Their Hearts

The Heart Truth® celebrates a decade of inspiring women to protect their hearts. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women. In 2002, 1 in 3 women died of heart disease. That year, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute launched The Heart Truth campaign to make women more aware of the danger of heart disease. It all started with …

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Infographic: The Complete Guide to Calories

How much do you really know about the calorie? Do you know how to determine your daily calorie intake? How many calories are in a gram of fat? Too many questions? Brought to you by greatist.com. Brought to you by greatist.com

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Infographic: The Truth About Bullying

Bullying is a problem that seems to stain the lives of every generation of kids and yet we fail, as a society, to adequately deal and route out the core problem. How many more young lives must be ruined before we get a handle on this damaging practise? Bullying is like a disease, if you let it take hold it …

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Infographic: How to Tell Health Facts from Health Fiction on the Internet

The Internet has transformed the way that we find and use information – but there’s a big downside. When it comes to health facts, there can be information online that is outdated, inaccurate or misleading. Knowing how to separate fact from fiction online can be the most important tool that you have as a healthcare consumer. Fortunately, there are a …

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