Infographics

From unwelcomed leers and whistles to touching and physical assault, street harassment is an everyday issue that affects nearly all women at some point in their lives. If you’re a runner, it’s likely that you have experienced some form of street harassment. You can follow these simple, but helpful tips to stay as safe as…

Read More Runner Safety: Preventing Harassment and Injury

Alprazolam, sold under the brand name Xanax, is one of the most  popular anti-anxiety medications ever sold. It is used to treat  anxiety disorders and panic attacks. But alprazolam isn’t always a  miracle cure; continued use can become dangerous. Discover the  relationship between alprazolam and addiction and learn the signs of  alprazolam abuse. [Source]

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Inclusion education is a very important part of our educational system in the United States, and unless you have a family member who is gifted or has a disability, you probably don’t know much about them. By definition, inclusion education is “the full acceptance of all students, including those with significant disabilities as well as…

Read More The Adoption of Inclusion Education in the United States

The infographic was developed to illustrate and support the key findings of the Global Research Report, “Building Bricks: Exploring the Global Research Impact of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Korea” which focuses on the increase in research publications and patent fillings of the BRICK nations from 1992 through 2011 as compared to that of…

Read More Building Bricks

Natural disasters are incessant and forever existent phenomena of our lives. They may not be such a frequent occurrence in our lives as most other things. However, natural disasters have one thing in common – they strike us without warning. Importance of Civil Engineering infographic provides a comprehensive how to guide focusing on preparedness and…

Read More The Importance of Civil Engineering in Natural Disaster Preparedness and Recovery

For Australians looking to travel abroad, where will the Australian dollar take them furthest? By examining currency changes, Expedia.com.au has produced this list of the top 5 travel destinations which have seen an appreciation in value of the Australian dollar over the past year. While Europe and the United States of America are by far…

Read More Best Value Holiday Destinations for Australians

These are record-breaking times for live music, with the world’s biggest artists regularly selling more tickets faster than ever for their smash global tours and concerts. Here at StubHub, we love nothing more than a record-breaker – which is why we’ve compiled the ten most impressive records ever set in the live music industry on…

Read More Astounding Gig World Records Revealed by StubHub UK

If the re-election of Barack Obama as America’s 44th President of the United States means anything, it is that American citizens can expect a little more consistency within their legislation. Among the most notable acts of legislation promised by Obama during both of his campaigns for the Presidency was the concern over America’s health care…

Read More What the Health? Understanding Obama’s 11 Year Plan for Health Reform

Heart Disease is the number one cause of death in America.  Each day an average of 2,200 people die from heart disease, while 56% of adults have been told by a health care professional to improve their health to lower their risk.  Unfortunately, the vast majority of Americans are just not motivated to do anything…

Read More Ignoring Heart Disease Won’t Lower Your Risk

GERD or Gastroesophageal reflux disease refers to the process of partially digested food or liquid traveling back up from the stomach to the esophagus. The material, generally acidic, tends to make the esophagus irritable and cause heartburn and/or other symptoms. We hence try and assess the following infographic’s effectiveness in explaining whether infant reflux drugs are…

Read More Are Infant Reflux Drugs Worth the Risks?

Last year, nearly 37,000 cheerleaders visited the emergency room! Cheerleaders suffer more direct catastrophic injuries after football than track, baseball, wrestling, hockey, basketball, lacrosse, soccer and gymnastics.   This infographic illustrates the dangers cheerleaders are exposed to, and why being categorized as a sport is important. The rate of direct catastrophic injuries is rising; it is…

Read More Cheerleaders Fly High And So Do Their Risks

When football season rolls around, it’s time to break out the cooler, grill and team jerseys. Football Tailgating is a distinctly American pastime, celebrated at professional and collegiate football games across the country. Check out the graphic below to learn tailgating history, statistics and tips. Provided by Nationwide Insurance.

Read More Football Tailgating History and Statistics

Each season the average college football player receives more than 1,000 blows to the head of a magnitude greater than 10 G-Force! More then 250 of those blows are greater then 30 G-Force. For comparison a F-16 Fighter Jet roll equals 9 G-Force! The concept for this infographic is based on the hidden risks of…

Read More Concussions – The Hidden Risk for Student Athletes