July 28, 2013
A 2009 outbreak of swine flu (a strain of H1N1 virus) in Mexico ignited fears of an epidemic. This infographic gathers information on known cases, mortality, a history of the virus, and treatment options in humans and pigs. Source
July 3, 2013
Snow used this spot map to illustrate how cases of cholera were centred around a water pump. This helped to show that cholera was being spread through the water, and not by air as was thought at the time.
June 2, 2013
The rise in type 2 Diabetes among children. Type 2 diabetes is generally thought to affect middle-aged and elderly people, particularly those who are overweight. But over the past two decades, doctors have noticed a rising incidence of type 2 diabetes among children. Source
April 21, 2013
The swine flu was an epidemic that brought fear into the world. This infographic shows how many people were affected in all parts of the United States from the swine flu and the number of deaths around the world. Source
January 31, 2013
Over the past two decades, scientists have noticed a rising incidence of type 2 diabetes — which once affected almost exclusively middle-aged and elderly people — in children. What is this chronic disease, and how does it relate to America’s obesity crisis? Source
October 24, 2012
This world map shows the origins and spreading paths of Malaria, Leprosy and Small Pox. No legend, but the implication is that as the main arteries diminish in width down to small capillaries represents the number of infection cases. Key dates and locations are also identified with event description. Source
June 10, 2012
How To Protect Yourself From This Epidemic With The Right Antivirus Software. Cybercrime has become a silent global epidemic. This shocking truth is uncovered by the Norton Cybercrime Report.