That too much exposure to the internet and social media creates some changes in people is established for a while. Does that lead to the downfall of society? What do you think?
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Have a look at this infographic and see some signs of narcissism and negative effects of social media. How much are Facebook and Twitter responsible for the change in people?
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When people hear they should buy insurance, they usually turn around and walk away.
Buying stuff, especially insurance, is a horror for most people. What these people might miss down the road is shown by this infographic. Have a look and make sure you are covered.
On today’s “Off The Charts,” Bloomberg chief markets correspondent Scarlet Fu looks at a recent study that found that the more sex you have the higher your income. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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Getting older is inevitable. Few people are comfortable thinking about aging and losing independence. Senior Care communities that strive to support staying healthy and independent are faced with growing numbers of elderly people, incomes down, health conditions up, and a wealth of new technologies hitting the market. How are communities supposed to navigate what is needed to meet the expectations of the current aging population?
This infographic shows some interesting facts and numbers about demographics that have a major influence on our society, the health care system and how we want to represent ourselves as a country. Have a good look at this infographic. If you want to get political with it, go ahead.
This Infographic explores the use of social media amongst the younger generations, and how it impacts their social lives during the most crucial stages of life. Continue reading
It’s time to change the way we approach healthcare and fitness. According to the Centers for Disease Control, four out of five U.S. adults do not meet guidelines for healthy physical activity. Research by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services shows national health care expenditures are nearing $3 trillion dollars per year. In an effort to turn these trends around, doctors, engineers, and entrepreneurs in the mHealth, telehealth, and wearable devices industries are embracing new technology.
From online doctor visits to space-age physical exam scanners, learn about eight game-changing technologies that will reduce costs and improve healthcare and fitness in years to come! Continue reading
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