It is so sad and unfortunate that even with all the medical advancements we’ve made, and all the new information we have about health and nutrition that preventable deaths and diseases are still taking millions of lives a year. Have a look at what smoking, drinking to excess, obesity and other things are doing to […]
Heart disease includes any disorder of the heart and affects millions of Americans every year, yet it is higly preventable by following a healthy lifestyle.
For better or for worse, your doctor doesn’t always tell you everything, and what you are told, isn’t always presented with complete objectivity. In most cases this is done to deter harmful activities you might be indulging while in other cases it’s simply because they’re trying to solve the particular issue you come in with […]
You may not be a vampire, phlebotomist, or hematologist, or even know what all those words mean, but you can still learn about blood! You may know there are different types of blood – you may even know your own type – but did you also know that, according to the Japanese, your blood type […]
You want to ride your bike, and you want to ride it fast, and that’s completely understandable. But before you jump on that crotch rocket and go for a thrill ride, take a look at this infographic of motorcycle injuries and make sure that you are well protected and have motorcycle insurance.
Mixing drinks into your social scene is as common of a college ritual as buying used textbooks and microwaving Easy Mac in your dorm, however the consequences of abusing alcohol when you’re out on the scene can be dire. Take a look at the infographic below:
In mainstream culture the term “insomnia” is used frequently to describe the inability to fall asleep. If you stay up late at night, bleary-eyed because you can’t go to sleep you typically say you have insomnia. You might call it an “attack of insomnia” or “bout of insomnia,” for an isolated sleepless night, or you […]