Informing You About Health Risks
An interactive infographic on concussions and sports, appropriate treatment, different levels of severity, high school injuries, prevention, and other safety measures.
This interactive infographic offers an up-close look at a healthy heart vs. an unhealthy heart along with tips for how to lower your risk for heart disease.
This interactive infographic shows what a healthy lung looks like compared to a smoker's lung. Learn about how the lungs work.
The infographic explains the importance of awareness in the fight against a disease that affects 1 in 8 women.
Learn about the far-reaching implications of diabetes, its connection to other health problems and what life is like for those facing it every day.
The Visual Health Insurance Glossary breaks down the most common health insurance terms in a simple and clear way.
Despite advances in medical technology, AIDS is still a major killer around the world. Find out how it kills and how it can be prevented.
Did you know that one-third of adults have unhealthy cholesterol levels? Learn what bad cholesterol is and how to keep your levels in the healthy range.
A Healthy State?
Explore health facts and statistics about the Garden State.
Understanding smoking, cigarettes and the health benefits of quitting.
Diseases affecting the thyroid can wreak havoc in your body. What conditions affect the thyroid and how can they be treated?
Knowing your risk is the first step to good prostate health. When should you get checked and what else do you need to know?
Asthma & Allergies
About 1 in 5 Americans have asthma or allergies; what are the symptoms and what causes asthma and allergy attacks?
Cold & flu:
Learn more about cold and flu symptoms and how to keep yourself and your family from getting sick.
Colon & Nutrition
Learn how the regular consumption of certain foods can help protect you.
Unmanageable stress isn't just frustrating — it can damage your health. How does it affect your body and what can you do to chill out?
1 in 3 Americans are affected by high blood pressure; what are the signs and what can you do to reduce your risk?