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Baby Boomers: Getting Older Used To Be More Comfortable – Infographic

Baby Boomers: Getting Older Used To Be More Comfortable – Infographic

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...

Wanna Be A Modern Man? Here Is What It Cost You – Infographic

Wanna Be A Modern Man? Here Is What It Cost You – Infographic

Today’s modern man has high aspirations in every aspect of life; from his looks to his career. Laddish culture is no longer considered fashionable by many, and men are expected to have a far more responsible attitude to money and their health. The modern man is also often encouraged to...

Technologies Revolutionizing Health and Fitness – Infographic

Technologies Revolutionizing Health and Fitness – Infographic

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...

Tweets Of The Day – Monday, May 27th

Tweets Of The Day – Monday, May 27th

Today’s tweets are about health, fitness, social media, start-ups and New York City. Marathons: Less healthy than hamburgers? – Encore – MarketWatch http://t.co/b82qn9wsTy — TheMainStreetAnalyst (@TMStreetAnalyst) May 27, 2013 Start-Ups Swimming in Cash http://t.co/DxZfFtSw6o — TheMainStreetAnalyst (@TMStreetAnalyst) May 27, 2013 How Well Is Your Facebook Page Performing – Infographic http://t.co/rkdRoqjDoC...

Not Competitive – Healthcare In The United States – Infographic

Not Competitive – Healthcare In The United States – Infographic

The United States spent $2.6 trillion on health care in 2010 – more than any other country in the world. Yet based on research from a collaborative effort within the National Academy of Sciences, Americans live shorter lives and experience more injuries and illnesses than people in similar high-income countries.

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