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Sleep Genius Infographic Links Healthy Weight with Healthy Sleep


Sleep Genius Infographic Equates Diet Success with Adequate SleepThere are, to be sure, many habits that will help you to be successful when you’re on a diet. Most people however wouldn’t consider sleep, or the lack of sleep, to be one of them.

A new infographic from Sleep Genius — a groundbreaking mobile app helping exhausted brains and bodies get quality rest through the power of cutting edge sleep science — begs to differ.

The visual in question, shared below, reveals that people who don’t get enough sleep will find it harder to lose weight because of a number of problems a lack of sleep causes, including one that’s pretty important; they’ll be hungrier.

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Infographic: Why Halloween May Bring a Mobile Message from Your Dentist


Infographic Why Halloween May Bring a Mobile Message from Your DentistEver notice this time of year that your smartphone tends to buzz with an SMS alert or email message from your friendly neighborhood dentist reminding you that’s it’s been a while since your last check-up? If you’re wondering why, we’ve got two words for you — candy corn.

On Thursday morning, the team at Healthentic published a new infographic about Halloween and dental data.

“For example,” the company says on its official blog, “we looked at data for more than ten million dental plan enrollees.” And what did they find?

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Worried About Ebola? You’re More Likely to Slip and Fall


Worried About Ebola You're More Likely to Slip and FallEveryone is worried about Ebola. The flu. The unexpected and the unprecedented. The next strange disease.

But, you know what?

The most prevalent health accident is the one that’s always been there: the “slip and fall” event.

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Infographic: Understanding Wearable Tech and Preventative Healthcare


Infographic Understanding Wearable Tech and Preventative HealthcareTechnologyAdvice recently conducted a nationwide internet survey to get a feel for the nation’s mood toward wearable tech and its role in preventative healthcare.

Completed in September, the survey participants (all U.S. adults) were questioned about their fitness tracking habits or lack thereof.

The results of the comprehensive survey were compiled in an eye-opening new infographic published last week.
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Infographic: Ray Rice Saga Underscores Domestic Violence Epidemic


Infographic Ray Rice Saga Underscores Domestic Violence EpidemicThis week, disgraced NFL player Ray Rice learned he won’t be getting a second chance with the Baltimore Ravens. And he might not get a second chance anywhere in the NFL.

According to published reports, the Ravens have effectively terminated Rice’s contractual agreement shortly after video emerged of the running back viciously striking his then-fiancée at an Atlantic City hotel earlier this year.

While such violence is always worthy of condemnation, it’s also worthy of studying closely, in hopes of raising awareness about the tragic commonality of domestic violence.

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Infographic: Seeing the Need for Marriage Counseling


Infographic: Seeing the Need for Marriage CounselingAs every marriage counselor knows, there are causes for relationship stress that “come with the territory.” In other words, though every marriage is unique, the stressors are actually quite common.

That’s according to Swinton Counseling, the well-respected counselors and relationship experts who are behind a new infographic which shows that, yes, there are answers to simple questions that can reveal the need for counseling assistance.

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The Price of Health: Who Got the Biggest ‘Awards’ in These Compensation Whoppers?


The Price of Health Who Got the Biggest ‘Awards’ in These Compensation WhoppersFunny how the legal system describes compensation for personal injury “awards.” But we all know it’s not like the blue ribbon award one gets for the best cherry pie at the county fair.

What about money? Everyone thinks the story of Stella Liebeck, an Albuquerque woman scorched by hot coffee from McDonalds, tops the charts. Not so. The jury awarded Stella Liebeck $200,000 in compensatory damages. This amount was reduced to $160,000 because the jury found Liebeck 20 percent at fault in the spill. The jury also awarded Liebeck $2.7 million in punitive damages (about two days of McDonalds’ coffee sales) which the trial court subsequently reduced to $480,000.

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