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November 15, 2014 |  by  |  Business  |  No Comments
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Introverts vs. Extroverts [infographic]

November 14, 2014 |  by  |  Health, Lifestyle  |  3 Comments
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The most fundamental, commonly accepted personality distinction between people in society today falls between those labeled “introverts,” and those called “extroverts.” While it is not as black and white as the label makes it sound, introspective and expressional, “extraspective” thinking are two entirely different ways of thought, and can lead to grave differences in psychological function and perspective.

As many readers may already know, introverts tend to be much more reserved, and involved more with their own thoughts than with the people and events occurring around them. According to Psychology Today, “their [introverts] disposition is frequently misconstrued as shyness, social phobia or even avoidant personality disorder, but many introverts socialize easily; they just strongly prefer not to.” On the other hand, extroverts are usually the exact opposite. They are often extremely talkative, and fervently involved with social interaction and exchange.

Today’s infographics take a look at the differences between introverts and extroverts, and how to properly and respectfully care for both types of people in social, intimate, and work settings. Introverts are ordinarily more sensitive, and require (even “need”) much more alone time and personal space to sit back and observe situations, before involving themselves completely. Extroverts tend to fall on the complete opposite side of the spectrum, and want to “dive right in” to tasks they are asked to perform. Extroverts also favor verbal acceptance and affirmation of the rightness of their actions, whereas introverts tend to place less importance in others’ acceptance of their philosophies. Check out today’s infographics for a complete listing of “How to Care for Introverts and Extroverts.”

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GI Foreign Bodies – Be Better Prepared for Success [infographic]

November 13, 2014 |  by  |  Health  |  1 Comment
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In the world of gastroenterology, the things people tend to swallow (aka foreign bodies) are often surprising and challenging for clinicians to retrieve. From AA batteries to paperclips and coins, these items come in all shapes and sizes.

US Endoscopy, a new product development company and a division of STERIS Corporation, is a world leader in designing and manufacturing medical devices for the GI market. They offer many helpful tools to better prepare clinicians for success with these uniquely challenging cases.

Click the link or the infographic below to learn more about US Endoscopy and their innovative products solutions: www.usendoscopy.com

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Know Your Food Allergies [infographic]

November 12, 2014 |  by  |  Food, Health  |  No Comments
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It seems as though food allergies have become more prevalent in the last few years. When my mother first told me she had celiac disease, I didn’t understand what she was talking about. I thought it might be something she could get rid of, but that’s not the case with most food allergies. After learning that celiac disease was basically a gluten sensitivity, I began to understand that my mom would have to make a lifestyle change if she wanted to feel better.

While food allergies are different for everyone, nearly 15 million Americans are living with them. According to the infographic, food allergies affect 1 in every 13 children, a number that has been increasing over the last 20 years. Although these numbers are significant, they don’t necessarily encompass those people who suffer from sensitivities or intolerances to certain allergy-inducing foods.

The eight most common foods that cause an allergic reaction include milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish and shellfish. I have been lactose intolerant for as long as I can remember, but I am currently trying to determine if I am sensitive to gluten or dairy through an elimination diet. Being dairy free is especially hard, but I’ve been learning a lot about myself and how my body reacts to certain foods.

If you’re worried that you might be suffering from a food allergy or sensitivity, do your research and talk to your healthcare provider. Don’t let food allergies prevent you from enjoying your meals.

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How Much Exercise Does It Take To Burn Off Those Thanksgiving Day Calories? [infographic]

November 11, 2014 |  by  |  Food, Health  |  No Comments
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Thanksgiving Day is not that far away and thoughts loom over the turkey and all its fixings. Thanksgiving Day is also a day to give thanks, enjoy time with friends and family, and watch football. It is also a day to reach to others who are in need. In the end, everyone will eat a whole lot of calories.

There are certain exercises you can do to prevent these calories from accumulating. Exercises like the Turkey Trots make it possible to indulge to your heart’s content without adding on those extra pounds. Another is joining a gym to exercise those pounds away.

This infographic shows how much exercise you need to do to burn off those calories. A half cup of homemade stuffing is 180 calories and equals to 30 minutes of Pilates. The delicious mashed potatoes and gravy is 300 calories and equals to 60 sets of 10 Burpees. (I looked up what a burpee was, and they looked hard to do.) Lastly a roll with butter – I like them fresh from the oven – is 180 calories and equals to 18 sets of 20 pushups.

Have fun and eat to your stomach’s content, but remember how much exercise it will take to burn those calories.

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