Anatomy of Walking

Anatomy of Walking

August 15, 2013

Walking can be pure magic for your body. Only 30 minutes a day, five times a week can make you healthier and happier. The exercise also provides many preventive health benefits that positively impact every part of your body. Walking doesn’t require any special skill or previous training. Anyone can do it and it’s practically […]

Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer

August 12, 2013

Lung cancer is the largest single cause of cancer related death in the United States. There are the obvious ways people can get it (ie: smoking, second hand smoke), but then there are also other ways not everyone is aware of (ie: asbestos, diet, air pollution). We created this graphic to educate people on all […]

Outbreak

Outbreak

August 10, 2013

From the Black Death to the measles, rapidly spreading diseases have taken a toll on humanity for centuries. Here’s a look at the biggest and deadliest pandemics ever. Source

Surprise Toxins In Your Home

Surprise Toxins In Your Home

July 3, 2013

Did you know the chemicals you are using to keep your home neat and tidy could actually be causing damage to your family’s health? Here we take a look at common household cleaning products and uncover the toxins lurking inside. Source

The Evolution of Leukemia Treatment

The Evolution of Leukemia Treatment

May 31, 2013

More than 250,000 people are living with, or in remission from, leukemia in the United States today. That means that approximately every four minutes, someone else is diagnosed with the disease. Source

So Many Ways to Die

So Many Ways to Die

May 24, 2013

The National Post’s graphics team takes another look at what was killing Canadians in 2008. Cancer has become the leading cause of death in every province in Canada for the first time, according to newly released data. Source

Comprendre la SLA - Understanding ALS

Comprendre la SLA – Understanding ALS

May 16, 2013

Understanding ALS – Lou Gehrig’s disease – an infographic for the Thierry Latran Foundation, an European foundation dedicated to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Motor Neuron Research. Source

HIV and AIDS

HIV and AIDS

April 6, 2013

With this month’s release of the new movie Contagion, everything and anything about germs and disease are in high demand. The following infographic covers interesting facts and figures about HIV and AIDS. Source

HIV and AIDS

HIV and AIDS

March 21, 2013

AIDS is an acronym of acquired immune deficiency disorder. This infographic provides a vast amount of statistical information about AIDs and HIV in the world.

DIABETES IN THE NETHERLANDS

DIABETES IN THE NETHERLANDS

March 20, 2013

An infographic in which the current situation of the metabolix disease in the Netherlands is presented. In a clear collection of graphical elements we provide information about the most regular complications, what can be done to minimize the risk of diabetes and how the number of patients will grow in the next couple of years. […]

immunization

Immunization

January 6, 2013

This visualization displays the suggested ages for various immunizations. Source

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Disease Prone Men vs Women

December 27, 2012

Here’s an interesting infographic on how different diseases affect men and women. It also highlights some of the key facts as to which sex is more vulnerable to certain diseases. Source