What Do Millennials Eat?

It seems that Millennials are all the talk of the town. This infographic shows some interesting facts related to how and what the members of the generation Y are eating.

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Improving Communication With Your Teen

Many of us find it difficult to communicate effectively with our teenagers. Avoid another confrontation and misunderstanding by practicing these simple tips to improve communication with your teen..

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Can Online Gambling Solve U.S. Debt Issues?

PlaySlots4RealMoney.com has created the following infographic which shows that if more states had land and online casino sites, how the tax revenue could be put to good use.

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Open Your Eyes to the Facts

To mark the return of their ‘Feast your Eyes’ fundraiser, Fight for Sight has created the following infographic which reveals the wonders of your eyes, eight fun eye facts and top tips for health eyes.

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Life Before And After Bullying

The issues caused by bullying have always been a threat to the well-being of teenagers and children on both sides. Bullying impacts both the victim and the bully for years to come.

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Open Your Eyes to the Facts

Every day 100 people in the UK start to lose their sight and two million people in the UK live with sight loss. Fight for Sight believes sight loss is not inevitable. It is only through medical research that we will make sight loss a thing of the past. The following infographic reveals the wonders of your eyes, eight fun eye facts and top tips for health eyes.

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Eye Health: A Guide to Iridology

As most of us know instinctively, the eyes are a great indicator of overall health. Whether they’re jaundiced, bulging or blood shot, when something’s not right, it shows in our eyes. So much so that since the late 1600s, we have been looking at the eyes to determine what’s going on in the body – an alternative medicine technique known as Iridology.

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21 Clever Tips To Childproof Your Home

‘You’d need eyes in the back of your head’ is a common refrain from parents of young children who realize that a moment’s carelessness could lead to an afternoon in the emergency room or worse. They know that the chances of their child coming to harm in the home are greater than any stranger danger they might encounter outside.

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Abroad in the UK

A staycation. A holistay. Whatever you want to call it, more and more people are choosing to forgo traveling abroad for their holidays and stay in the UK. The benefits of staying closer to home are well known. It’s usually more cost effective, includes less traveling time and you are still able to have all your favorite foods and home comforts on hand.

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Romantic Eye Contact

There are few indicators of romantic interest quite as reliable as the eyes. When we’re face to face with someone who sets our pulse racing, there’s no hiding the attraction. From dilated pupils to fluttering eyelashes to raised eyebrows, the signs are visible if you pay attention. This infographic will look at this in more detail.

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How To Remove Rust From Anything

Discovering rust stains on your favorite tee-shirt could probably be regarded as a first-world problem but it’s unpleasant all the same. Not only is it unsightly, it can damage your belongings – so removing it should be a priority. The good news is you don’t need to splash out on specialist products for the job. Everything you need can be found in your kitchen cupboards.

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Why People Lie & How To Tell When They Do

I hate liars! But why do people lie and what makes them do it? These are the questions disclosed in this informative infographic by top10spysoftware.com. Have a look at curious statistics and find more answers at the credits.

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Essential Oils: What Can They Do For You?

In recent years, more and more families have turned to more natural solutions for health problems and general wellness. You may have heard of essential oils before, but trying to delve into the topic may feel overwhelming. With this helpful infographic, beginners can become well-versed in the basics of essential oils in just minutes.

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7 Common Home Repairs

Sooner or later your once pristine home will start showing it’s age. Whether that’s leaky taps or worrisome wall cracks. But don’t be so quick to call the handyman. Here is a guide to 7 common home repairs you can do by yourself. And for those of you short on time, there is a video version of the infographic as well.

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Life Before And After Bullying

The issues caused by bullying have always been a threat to the well-being of teenagers and children on both sides. Bullying impacts both the victim and the bully for years to come. In the following infographic, learn that the events leading up to a teen becoming a bully is just as important to understand as the issues caused afterwards.

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World’s Biggest Heists

Burglaries happen everyday and are one of the most common types of crime. But millions upon millions of dollars separates a common burglary from a big score. This infographic explores the world’s biggest heists. And these events aren’t some fictional scene in a movie, like Oceans Eleven, The Italian Job, etc. These burglaries really happened.

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Open Your Eyes, Not Your Wallet

This infographic from Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center compares the prices between LASIK eye surgery and contact lenses, as well as the average age of contact wearers and benefits of each option to inform readers on their options for improved vision.

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Creating Effective Titles and Headlines

Writing headlines and titles requires creativity. But, before you can get too creative, it’s important to know the basics. This infographic from CopyPress.com outlines some core concepts and principles for effective headline and title writing.

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Your Sexual Health Guide to Starting University

Freshers week in the United Kingdom is commencing very soon. As you ready yourselves to move to a new city you can look forward to the freedom that moving away from your parents can bring you. This infographic tells you all you need to know about staying safe under the sheets.

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Women In Agriculture

More often than not when we hear the word farmer, we picture a ruddy man in wellington boots with a makeshift belt of baling twine. But this impression is as outdated as it is inaccurate. More and more farm workers are women, performing the crucial, though often unpaid, tasks that keep a farm running smoothly.

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You Wanna Bet? Psychology of Gambling

Gambling in the the United States of has always been extremely popular. In fact there are over 1,500 land casinos where people that are of legal age can gamble. We can trace gambling all the way back to the 1600’s with gambling exploding in the US In the 1900’s to the point where almost every state has at least one casino. This infographic explains why Americans love to gamble.

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Brush Up Your Thoughts of Migrating to Australia

Australia has always been a country which believes in exchanging cultures from different people all over the globe. Mainly called the hub of industries, Australia has broadened its hands to bring talented and ambitious people from various countries together and make them a permanent citizen.

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Hunting Rare Pokemon

If you’ve been playing Pokemon Go, you know that it’s hard to catch rare monsters and there are even some monsters that aren’t yet available. Learn more about hunting rare Pokemon in the following infographic from Casino Short List.

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Make the Most of Working From Home

Did you know that 3.7 million employees, approximately 2.8% of the workforce, operate from home? In fact, since 2005, working at home among the non-self-employed population has grown by 103%. Improved technology has enabled companies to work more with telecommuters than traditional office employees.

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Why Oil Prices Fluctuate

Most of us greet the news that oil has fallen to $50 a barrel with a shrug of our shoulders. It goes up, it goes down; no one dies. We fail to engage because we don’t understand what drives it either way, or how it affects us. As with all commodities, supply and demand plays a big part in its price.

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