10 Tips for Successful Weight Loss

August 10, 2013  |  Health  |  No Comments

The infographic “Ten Methods for Successful Weight-loss” is a superb teaching tool. A poster for complete wellness, it enumerates the primary actions for self-development and individual improvement. The steps could possibly be obvious such as having healthier, getting more regular sleep, or involving in just a little treat occasionally to help you will-power while dieting; but in simple chart form, they jump out as the often-forgotten list of necessary procedures. Read More

America’s Cancer Cluster: Does where you live matter?

January 19, 2013  |  Health  |  No Comments

Cancer is, perhaps, the most prominent and feared disease in our society.  Most, if not all of us, can name at least 2 people we know who have or have had cancer at some point. Read More

The Great STD Heat Map of America

January 7, 2013  |  Health  |  No Comments

People often travel to New York to experience the city’s museums, theaters, nightlife, and world class dining and shopping opportunities. People love traveling to California to enjoy beautiful beaches, fun in the sun, and warm weather. People also travel throughout America looking for personal pleasure of the sexual variety. Is it really a good idea, however, to travel to the South for sex? Let’s explore the regional prevalence of chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and AIDS in the U.S. Read More

Behind Every Good Survivor is a Qualified Team of Medical Staff

December 18, 2012  |  Entertainment, Health  |  No Comments

Reality TV has become something of a craze in the entertainment world. Even if you hardly ever turn on the tube, you’ve probably been sucked into a reality show at least a few times. Shows, such as The Biggest Loser and Survivor, are some of our favorites. The Biggest loser is about to start its 14th season and Survivor now has 25 full seasons.
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Fall Asthma and Allergy Woes

December 1, 2012  |  Health  |  No Comments

Over half of all United States citizens have one or more allergies, and nearly 8 percent have asthma. This means 1 out of 5 people in the United States have at least one allergy or asthma related symptoms.

There are several factors causing these high numbers of allergies and asthma symptoms, one of which is genetics. In families that have one parent with allergies, 33 percent of children will later develop an allergy. In families that have two parents with allergies, children are more than twice as likely to develop an allergy as well.
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How Expensive Are HIPAA Violations – Infographic

November 15, 2012  |  Educational, Health  |  No Comments

“The High Cost of HIPAA Violations” is the title of a well-designed infographic dealing with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 2009. The regulations include both civil and criminal penalties that can be quite stiff. For example, the maximum penalty for a criminal violation is 10 years imprisonment and a $250,000 fine.
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