Guide to Moving to Canada, Eh!

The U.S. is about to face one of the most divisive elections in its history. The winner is anyone’s guess, but one thing we know for sure is that no matter who wins, a lot of people are going to be upset and may move to Canada!

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Parenting in the Digital Age

Kids have to be careful when using the Internet and not access information that is not appropriate for them. This infographic takes a look at parenting in the digital age.
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Fight the Work Depression

Have you ever felt depressed at work? If you feel a lack of inspiration, think hard, and your working performance is reduced, it’s more likely you’ve faced the work depression. ons?
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What Is Domain Name System And How Does It Work?

This video infographic explains how DNS works, from the time you type the domain name into your browser and press Enter to when a web page is delivered to your browser.
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Cell Phone Addiction in America

Cellphone addiction is a very big concern in America. With easy accessibility not only adults but now even children and teenagers are especially prone to developing an addiction to their cell phones or social media.
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How To Play Baccarat

Here is an infographic that will help you play your first baccarat game. Even though baccarat is not as popular as video slots yet, it has many fans among gamblers and you will quickly become one of them once you try playing.

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Parenting in the Digital Age

The digital age has been very helpful. It has allowed individuals to make use of it by searching online for things they want to gain knowledge about or getting in touch with people through networking sites for professional and/or personal reasons. But, the downside is that the use of technology- specifically cyber related electronic devices have led to a harm for individuals and society as a whole. Though technology cannot be blamed for it but the fact still remains.

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Why San Antonio Will Be The Next Shining Star Of Texas

There’s a lot going on in San Antonio, making it a great place to live and to visit. This southwestern city entertains visitors with a vibrant arts district and local historical landmarks. Learn more about visiting San Antonio in this infographic from IHG.

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The Benefits of a High Protein Diet

Most of us are familiar with the concept of reducing carbohydrate intake and replacing high-carb foods with foods that are high in protein. Usually, people adopt a high protein diet when they are on a weight loss program and it is widely accepted that following a diet that does incorporate a substantial portion of protein, is a great way to go about shedding weight.

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How To Reduce Vehicle Repair Costs

There’s no doubting the fact that vehicle ownership comes with significant ongoing expense. Putting aside the actual purchase of the vehicle and depreciation, there are servicing costs, costs for new tires, fuel, general maintenance and repairs. The list of costs associated with vehicle ownership really is quite a long one.

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Blender Food Processor Buying Guide

People who love to cook know well that a blender and food processor are kitchen essentials. However, not all people have adequate kitchen space to accommodate the two machines. This convinced manufacturers to develop a combination appliance that performs both functions.

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Top Places for Hidden Vehicle Damage After a Collision

After a collision, hidden damage can occur in many sections of the vehicle and be difficult to detect. This infographic from the team at asTech gives a breakdown of the parts of the vehicle that are most likely to contain damage after an accident.

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First Lady Locks: A Hair History of the USA

Every since Martha Washington, there’s one role the First Lady has always been responsible for fulfilling – fashion icon. The public has often obsessed over the First Lady’s hairstyle and wardrobe choices. Some have been trendy, some have been traditional, but they’ve all been uniquely themselves. Here is a visual guide to the hairstyles of all the First Ladies of the U.S.

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Benched – Why Aren’t More Kids Playing Sports?

The research is clear: playing sports is good for kids. It enriches their lives in so many ways, not just physically, but mentally and emotionally as well. Things like grades, confidence, self-esteem and overall health are all likely to go up when kids participate in sports.

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Better Hair = Better Music?

Some of the most iconic music artists of all time also have some of the most iconic hairdos of all time. This infographic showcases music artists and their hairstyles who have performed great on the Billboard Hot 100 chart over time. So, does better hair equal better music?

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Comparing Reboots – Who Won?

30 years ago during 80s, it seemed like once a movie franchise was done, that was it. As soon as a series had worn out its welcome, Hollywood moved on to the next big thing. Not these days. Everything old is new again, thanks to reboots. Here is a comparison of original movies vs. their reboots.

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The Evolution of iPhone & iCloud

Apple’s iPhone has come a long way since its debut in 2007. Additionally, with the introduction of the iCloud, the company has changed the way people backup their smartphones. In this infographic, Backblaze looks at the evolution of the iPhone and iCloud.

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How Coconut Oil Will Save Your Hair

Ever wondered if coconut oil was good for something else rather than your inner health? Well this infographic by Hairdohowto.com is the guide you’ve been looking for. And yo

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Vulnerable Vehicles: Invasive Hacks in Connected Cars

Modern motor vehicles include vehicle technologies that provide additional benefits like overall increased convenience, added safety features, improved fuel efficiency, and vehicle monitoring. But with all the increased connectivity, car manufacturers, suppliers, dealers and users alike should maintain awareness of potential cyber security threats related to vehicle technologies.

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Legendary Guide to Fitness Workouts

If you need to lose fat to reach your fitness goals then some of the changes you need to make aren’t in the gym. Your entire lifestyle is important and small changes can make a big difference on the scales. The first step to any successful program is the desire to be better than you were yesterday.

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How Much Does Free Business Checking Cost?

The free business checking account that most banks offer isn’t actually free. For banks, free business checking means that you pay no monthly maintenance fees. However, banks do charge monthly maintenance. But they also provide a way to have these fees waived. This infographic takes a look at Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Citibank.

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Termite Control: Get Rid of Termites

Termites are silent demolishers, working in a quiet way to cause massive destruction to your home and property. Be warned if you see swarm of winged small insects in or around your home, hollow-sounding wooden furniture or peeling paint from your walls.

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Pet Adoption: The Numbers Behind the Need

Each year millions of companion animals enter shelters. Hundreds of thousands are currently in need of homes. It can be tough to grasp the size of the issue when talking about numbers so large, so here’s a visual representation of some of the key facts about pet homelessness in North America.

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Fight the Work Depression

If you feel a lack of inspiration, think hard, and your working performance is reduced, it’s more likely you’ve faced the work depression. To become more productive and enjoy the working process, you don’t need any medicine. There is the chemical way how to fight depression at work, and to learn more about this art, pay attention to this infographic

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