Admit it or not – many of today’s adults try to “shop” their worries away. But how long does this retail high last? This Infographic looks at the aftermath of a shopping spree to find out whether buying really plays positively on the emotions.
Did you know that coupons were first conceived by Asa Candler, who used paper tickets for free glasses of Coke to help market his new soda? Discover how coupons and discount codes have evolved over time in the nifty Infographic.
In this infographic, learn some very interesting things about sleep habits of people as well as what happens while your sleep.
Americans are getting fatter every year, and weight-related diseases kill at a rate second only to tobacco. There’s been lots of proposed solutions to that problem–rejiggering the food pyramid, advertising campaigns, soda taxes. But the simplest of all might just be bicycles. This Infographic lays out the argument as to how biking can save us.
This Infographic provides a visualization of people in the diabetes community showing support of diabetes awareness events and initiatives, during diabetes awareness month and World Diabetes Day in 2011.
Teens today are immersed in the world of social media and as more relationships are built and maintained through social networking sites, kids are encountering a growing number of unkind peers. This Infographic from ZoneAlarm takes a look at this growing problem.
As workers head to the office this holiday season, they can expect more comfort, cheer, and, apparently, cash — as many companies are offering more perks like bonuses, parties and gifts this year than last. But just how much more?
America’s is obsessed with beauty – but at what cost? How about to the tune of $7 billion a year, but that’s nothing compared to the toll the industry takes on women. Society is bombarded with advertisements of thin models with the latest beauty product – convincing women that they’ll be beautiful only if they buy that product or look like that women.
All of us no doubt have been impacted by the global financial crisis. While banks, automakers and even insurance companies have been handed government bailouts, what about Santa? Enjoy this Infographic and check out the bottom for how you can help bailout Santa and earn a chance to win a free iPad2.
This Infographic by Schools.com provides information on social media use amongst professors in the United States, showing the percentage of college professors using social media, which tools they use, and how they use social media to connect with students regarding their curriculum.