Human Muscles of the Shoulder and Neck Poster
Overview Product Description The Muscles of the Shoulder and Back chart shows how the many layers of muscle in the shoulder and back are intertwined with the other relevant systems and muscles in adjacent areas like the spine and neck. Included are several layered views of the back muscles, the dorsal muscles, subclavius muscles, rhomboideus major and minor muscles, deltoid muscles and many more. This anatomy chart is a great example of beauty and function in one, as it is pleasing to look…
Infographic: Impact of Digital Health on Patients & Providers
From personalized medicine to biometrics, the following infographic created by Televox illustrates the impact of digital health on providers and patients.
Digital health and wellness is being smart when you use technology. There are risks and effects being online to often. So try not to use too much time texting, playing video games, going on facebook, and several other things online.
7 Social Media tactics you must master to make your blog popular
Wa t to make your blog more popular? Wa t to joi the big leagues? Wa t to i te sify traffic to your blog? If yes, the social media is your ultimate weapo . Social media is the best platform to promote your blog because let’s face it, everyo e’s o Facebook. Just shari g your blog posts o [...]
Digital Heroin: How Screen Time Is Affecting Kids #Infographic
Remember when your mom used to warn you about watching too much television, that it would rot your brain and make you go blind? Turns out mom may have been on to something. Research shows we are all staring at screens entirely too much, and not only is it very likely leading to an increase in digital eye strain, it could also be addictive.
Family and Teen’s Cyber Security Infographic - e-Learning Infographics
The Family and Teen’s Cyber Security Infographic visualizes the main risks parents need to be aware of and presents some shocking statistics.
Hex 2-8: Digital Health & Wellness
Consider: 1-What are some possible physical issues that could happen because of technology? 2-Can you think of some "danger zones" at school or at home for physical issues? http://internetsavvy.wikispaces.com/file/view/health.jpg/200142334/461x138/health.jpg http://mobihealthnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/LumoBack-infographic.jpg What can you do about them (to avoid them, to fix them, etc.)? http://mentalfloss.com/article/75385/how-you-should-really-be-sitting-your-desk…