Includes latest health related infographics along with short summary collected from the web.

Guide to Heart Disease: Types, Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment


Heart disease is a broad term used to refer to any medical condition affecting the body’s circulatory system. It’s a deadly condition that causes millions of death around the world every year, making it vital to identify and understand the common risk factors of the disease. Also known as cardiovascular disease (CVD), heart disease encompasses a group of disorders that …

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Are There Health Benefits to Eating Bacon?


If you were asked to describe bacon, you may find yourself using words like “greasy,” “fatty,” or “salty.” You probably wouldn’t use any of these words if someone asked you to describe what healthy foods taste like. But this doesn’t mean that consuming bacon has no benefit to your health. You’ve likely heard that you should avoid fat altogether, but …

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Opioid Addiction Treatment

We are already used to the news reports about celebrities struggling with addiction or overdosing on prescription medications. But it is not mentioned so often that 46 Americans die each day from overdoses involving prescription opioids. Opioids are a class of drugs that include powerful prescription painkillers, such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, tramadol, morphine, and fentanyl. Health care providers use the …

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Substance Abuse Disorder in LGBTQ+ Community

Drug addiction is a chronic disease that manifests itself in an irresistible desire to use drugs, despite the negative socio-medical consequences. According to current research, addiction is a disease of the central nervous system: the biochemistry in the active centers (receptors) of the brain changes so that the need for drugs becomes biologically determined and very strong. It is very …

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Teen Rehab Centers: Teenage Drug Rehabilitation

The news reports about teenagers dying after taking some drug are becoming more common. But with so high levels of substance abuse among adolescents it doesn’t seem surprising. In the given infographic, you can find the data provided by SAMHSA. Teenagers with Substance Use Disorders rarely seek professional help on their own. Because of their little life experiences they don’t …

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Wellbutrin Side Effects: Common, Severe, And Rare Reactions

Bupropion is prescribed to relieve depression (available under the brand name Wellbutrin) and enhance smoking cessation (Zyban). As you can see in the infographic, it’s linked with unwanted side effects. Obviously, a full list is longer and includes both physiological (dry mouth, high blood pressure, headache, etc.) and psychological (anxiety, irritability, restlessness, etc.) symptoms. They vary from person to person. …

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Free Rehab Centers: Looking For No-Cost Facilities

When substance abuse negatively affects your life and the lives of people around you, it’s time to get help. Getting treatment in alcohol or drug rehab center allows you to quit your hazard addiction and start to restore the damaged things and relationships. It’s not news that these centers can charge thousands of dollars for their services. You may assume …

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Drunk Driving: What is DUI and the Consequences of Getting One?

Everyone knows that driving while impaired due to the intoxicating effects of recent alcohol or drug use is dangerous and illegal. Still, 1.5 million drivers are arrested for being under the influence every year. They face a number of consequences for their irresponsible and unlawful act. The infographic below includes the legal and financial problems a drunk driver can have. …

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Fears and Barriers For Family Addiction Treatment

Substance abuse takes its toll not only on the abuser but people around them. Children usually suffer the most. In fact, they are four times more likely to become addicted to alcohol or drugs in adulthood than children of non-addicts. Also, some parents overlook the fact that not taking responsibility for their recovery makes them more likely to lose custody …

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