Category: Health Infographics

What Goes Into Health Shakes?

What Goes Into Health Shakes?

Want a way to start your day on the right track? Homemade fruit and vegetable juice smoothies could be just the thing to get you starting the day in a healthy way, with a huge range of different tasty and exotic combinations to try. This helpful smoothie guide from Halcyon Interiors shows you just what goes into the average smoothie, and what you can do if you fancy shaking it up a little every now and then!

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The Science Behind Compression Garments

The Science Behind Compression Garments

Compression garments are worn by all types of people, from dancers to professional athletes to those with medical needs. Whether you’re looking to improve recovery time or need extra support following a surgery, a doctor or medical professional can help determine what level of compression is right for you. This infographic provides a closer look in the way compression garments work, and how it helps the body’s circulatory system to do its job.

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What Patients Want from Your Answering Service

What Patients Want from Your Answering Service

One of the biggest complaints among patients is that they cannot reach anyone to talk to at their doctors office. It is important for patients to communicate with their doctor’s office when they need to. This infographic from nomorephonetag.com shows what patients expect and want from an answering service.
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What is Hydrocephalus?

What is Hydrocephalus?

You may not know the technical term but you might know of the chronic medical condition caused by a build up of fluid on the brain. Hydrocephalus is a medical condition that affects everyone from infants to seniors. This infographic from the hydroassoc.org helps explain this condition and its’ impact on the United States.

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What Are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) ?

What Are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) ?

There are things in your home right now that could be making you sick. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are found in many building supplies and household products. These compounds can cause physical reactions in anyone who is exposed for a period of time. It is important to have good air ventilation and circulation in your home to help. The infographic below from RabbitAir.com shows which products in your home could be harming you.

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The Best Guide to Food Hygiene

The Best Guide to Food Hygiene

Not everyone can be a great cook, but you should at least be a safe cook. That means making sure you use good hygiene when cooking. Most sicknesses come from food poisioning are bacteria from raw meat. If you cook regularly or want to start cooking, this infographic will be a good lesson in food safety.

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Infographic provided by Worktop-Express.co.uk

Everything You Need To Know About Cardiac Arrest

Everything You Need To Know About Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac arrest is a scary life-threatening condition that occurs when your heart stops. CPR must be done immediately to help the person or death may occur. It is something that everyone should be aware of and prepared for. This helpful infographic shows everything you need to know about cardiac arrest.

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Infographic provided by Steroplast.co.uk

The Numbers on Sleeping

The Numbers on Sleeping

Sleeping is so easy many of us can do it with our eyes closed. We do it everyday and don’t usually think twice about it but lets take a look at some interest facts about sleeping.
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Infographic provided by Adjustablebeds.co.uk

The Risk of Smoke and Exhaust Exposure

The Risk of Smoke and Exhaust Exposure

In the past decade we as a society have discovered the harmful effects of smoking on our bodies. This includes exhaust from cars and trucks. It is important to limit your exposure to these things especially in your own home. This infographic from RabbitAir.com shows how you can reduce the smoke and exhaust in your own home.

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