Things were quite a bit different in America in the 1980s compared to today. This infographic from Top Degrees Online takes a looks at some of these differences and what has changed.
Where you live and using certain household items could put you at a higher risk for cancer. This infographic presented by Best Nursing Schools highlights America’s cancer hotspots as well as household items that may cause cancer. Check it out below to learn more.
Most people don’t really talk about STD’s, which could be part of the problem, but that’s another story. If you are a sexually active adult you might want to know of places that have a higher STD rate. This infographic presented by bestmedicaldegrees.com provides a snapshot of places you might want to avoid when looking for sex.
Curious to how many people actually commute by bike in your area? The folks at BikeGuard created the following infographic which looks at the 731,268 people who commute on bikes across America and breaks down statistics by state.
N2Growth has created the following infographic to offer some perspective as to the difference in our nations commitment and resolve by comparing our reaction to entering World War II after the bombing of Pearl Harbor with how we have reacted to the attacks of 9/11.
Gambling has been an American tradition since the 1600′s. It’s one of America’s favorite past times and will continue to be one for many years to come. However, have you ever wondered how gambling has changed over the years? Well, wonder no more. This infographic presented by casino.org takes you through the history of American gambling.
Ever wondered what America does with its free time at night? Clubs? Bars? Nightclubs? All of the above? Check out this infographic, published by Lucky Strike, to see the stats on the most popular activities and what cities are the most popular for nightlife.
This new infographic from U-Pack Moving explores the moving rates and likelihood in the US. Find out where people from your state tend to move, and which states have the largest population overall.
Did Black Friday and Cyber Monday stimulate the economy or just put us all in more debt? The holiday season usually means a huge dip in your checking account, but this new infographic offers new gift ideas that won’t leave you begging for change on the corner.
Who are the best sports fans in America? It’s a good question. Wherever you live, you probably think that your city is the most passionate, has the loudest crowds, and deserve the title of America’s greatest sports fans. This infographic looks into it and displays some facts and figures that reveal who really are the craziest, most sports-demented lunatic fans in North America!