How to be happy is something each individual strives to understand and achieve. There are varying degrees of happiness that everyone experiences at various situations in life. How to be happy often seems simple enough theoretically, but practically is an altogether different ball game. The following infographic by WebpageFX captures the art of how to be…Read More How to be happy – A scientific perspective
Its funny that we re posting this infographic by Fightshop on a lazy Sunday morning, but then who doesn’t want to find out the secrets to a six pack? There are plenty of myths on the best ways to get ripped, but Fightshop focuses on the science behind the exercise. A combination of reduced body fat…Read More How to Get a Six Pack
Every country has its own traditions and celebrations when it comes to the birth of a child. In most societies, a child is a blessing to be celebrated. Once the child is born, however, they enter into a world full of perils. has created an interactive infographic entitled “The Kids Aren’t Alright”, detailing the treatment…Read More The Kids Aren’t Alright
There is no denying the fact that the past few centuries have brought a wealth of knowledge to medicine and the medical field. From antibiotics, to new surgeries and vaccines, we’ve seen a huge evolution in healthcare. has created an infographic entitled “The Evolution of Medicine” which details just how far we’ve come. Let’s take…Read More The Evolution of Medicine
Whether you’re aware of it or not, countries are consistently gearing up for the potential of a biological attack. And the fact of the matter is that biological attacks have been around since 1,000 BC. www.securitydegreehub.com has created an infographic entitled “Biological Attack: Are We Ready?” detailing the history of biological attacks, and where the…Read More Biological Attack: Are We Ready?
The toxic effects of smoking have been known since the 1960s. In the US, anti-smoking efforts such as banning TV and radio tobacco advertising, launching public awareness campaigns about the dangers of smoking and restricting smoking in public areas, resulted in a decline in the number of smokers from 37.6 percent in 1955 to 20.8…Read More Smoking Facts and Statistics
This fitness infographic designed by FitnessHealthZone.com gives you enough and more reasons to love your body and improve your life. While the facts are pretty straight forward, they are clearly presented in a very matter-of-fact manner. Visually, more could have been done to make the graphic more appealing in terms of colour and design. Apart…Read More 40 Facts About Fitness
Nurses have one of the most dangerous jobs around. From assaults to verbal abuse, nurses need to be constantly on guard. www.toprntobsn.com has created an infographic entitled “The Dark Side of Nursing”, detailing just how dangerous being a nurse can be, along with how nurses can protect themselves. Being aware is the key to remaining…Read More Dark Side of Nursing
There are many who drink every night but flinch when they hear the word ‘alcoholic’. But ask them not to have a beer after work and they freak out. Picture this: A once star performer is unexpectedly showing erratic behavior, lower job productivity, restlessness and unexplained absences. He is probably crumbling under the pressure of…Read More Dealing with Addiction in the Workplace
The Council for Disability Awareness (CDA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the cause of educating the American public about the risk and consequences of experiencing an income-interrupting illness or injury. The CDA engages in research, communications and educational activities that provide information and helpful resources to wage earners, employers, financial advisors, consultants and others…Read More The Disability Disconnect
It’s a startling fact: More than 18,000 children under the age of 5 will die today-3/4 of those deaths from preventable illnesses and diseases. www.socialworkdegreecenter.com has created an infographic entitled “The State of Children’s Health”, detailing the current picture of children’s health around the world. From the beginning, it’s important to take care of our children’s health.…Read More The State of Children’s Health
U.S spends more on health care than any other. This has outpaced inflation and overall economic growth. From spending approximately 256 billion U.S.D in 1980 on health care to a drastic increase to 2.6 trillion U.S.D in 2010. Technologyreview.com has created an infographic namely the “Health Care Costs and the Role of Technology”, which gives…Read More Health Care Costs and the Role of Technology
Autism is a diagnosis every parent worries about. While this condition was practically unheard of twenty years ago, it’s an increasingly prevalent diagnosis. SocialWorkDegreeGuide.com has created an infographic entitled “A Common Diagnosis?” detailing the emergence of autism, along with the startling facts behind it. From the year 2000 to today, we’ve seen a dramatic increase…Read More A Common Diagnosis
While pulling an all-nighter in order to study for mid-term may have been fueled by coffee and donuts for previous generations, today’s students are reaching for far more dangerous substances to help them get those last few chapters crammed. Bestmastersprograms.org has created a shocking infographic unveiling the startling number of college students using-and abusing-stimulants and…Read More The Smart Drug?
Throughout history, the human race has survived several epidemics. With each disease came different symptoms, treatments and prognoses. Some had bigger impacts than others; some were fought with medicine while others became immune. Is the zombie trend just a tactic to sell movies, or is it foreshadowing of a mass disease that we could be…Read More The Next Great Pandemic
Let’s say you have the budget of 7.000 euros (around 9.000 USD) and you are eager to have cosmetic surgery to finally improve certain details that have been bothering you for ages. Cosmetic surgery may seem like pricey affair, but if you think outside your home country and look at the broader picture abroad you…Read More Plastic Surgery: What Can You Get For 7.000 Euros?
Have you lately been thinking that it would be nice to lose some extra pounds here and there? But how to do it efficiently and achieve long lasting results? This seems like timeless question which sooner or later troubles many. Nutritionists, fitness instructors and other experts have developed a series of various methods to get…Read More How to Lose Weight?
Medical technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past few decades. From lifespan to vaccinations, we’ve seen huge improvements in how our health is managed today. www.bestnursingmasters.com has created an infographic entitled, “Then and Now: From 1950 to Today” detailing the progression and improvement of medicine and medical technology in the last 60 years. Back in…Read More Medicine Then and Now
Putting a loved one into a nursing home is a difficult decision, and finding the right location can seem impossible. With 1.5 million Americans living in full time nursing facilities, it’s important to know the facts behind nursing home care. www.nursingschoolhub.com has created an infographic entitled “Golden Years”, detailing the realities of nursing home care. AdvertisementRead More Golden Years?
Addiction is an epidemic that transcends every race, age, and lifestyle. Whether its painkillers, uppers, or downers, millions of individuals struggle with this crippling disease. As addiction worsens, individuals will go to desperate lengths to satisfy their craving. Thankfully, however, each day, addiction sufferers are choosing to seek treatment. But what are their options? Topcounselingschools.org has created an infographic…Read More Antidotes for Addiction
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1 in 2 American adults have a chronic disease, and 7 in 10 deaths can be directly linked to chronic illnesses. 80% of Americans 65 and older suffer from a chronic disease. Chronic diseases are illnesses that can be controlled but not cure and is long lasting. A few examples of chronic disease are cystic…Read More Sick! Epidemic of Chronic Diseases
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One in four adults suffer from mental illness, and only 36% receive treatment. With this staggering statistic, it is important familiarize yourself with what causes mental illness, and how it manifests itself in daily life. Bestmastersinpsychology.com has published an infographic detailing different types of mental illness and their causes. Educating yourself on the signs and…Read More The Science of Mental Illness
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Alprazolam, sold under the brand name Xanax, is one of the most popular anti-anxiety medications ever sold. It is used to treat anxiety disorders and panic attacks. But alprazolam isn’t always a miracle cure; continued use can become dangerous. Discover the relationship between alprazolam and addiction and learn the signs of alprazolam abuse. [Source] AdvertisementRead More Facts About Alprazolam
If the re-election of Barack Obama as America’s 44th President of the United States means anything, it is that American citizens can expect a little more consistency within their legislation. Among the most notable acts of legislation promised by Obama during both of his campaigns for the Presidency was the concern over America’s health care…Read More What the Health? Understanding Obama’s 11 Year Plan for Health Reform
Heart Disease is the number one cause of death in America. Each day an average of 2,200 people die from heart disease, while 56% of adults have been told by a health care professional to improve their health to lower their risk. Unfortunately, the vast majority of Americans are just not motivated to do anything…Read More Ignoring Heart Disease Won’t Lower Your Risk
Nearly every person on the planet has been affected by disease in some way. If you’ve experienced diseases like cancer, diabetes, HIV, heart disease or malaria yourself or through family or friends, you know it can be difficult emotionally, physically and fiscally. Did you ever wonder how much our governments around the world spend on…Read More Money Spent on Healthcare & Disease Eradication
It is hard to decide what the best care solution is for your loved ones. PASCO did a great amount of research into the differences between nursing home car and home health care, and found why home health care is proving to be the most effective and economical option. The infographic articulates very relevantly and…Read More Nursing Home Care vs. Home Health Care