Modern mothers have discovered the power of smart phones to help keep their families connected, organized and safe. This fun Infographic has a look at how modern moms are using today’s smart phones.
Santa’s been throwing alcoholic beverages back for a few centuries and has zipped around the world a thousand times, which has been plenty of time to pick up some wicked Christmas cocktail recipes. This infographic from Treetopia includes some of Santa’s favorite mixed drinks from around the globe – complete with easy-to-follow mixing instructions.
What toys are on your children’s “want” list this year?? Which did you want most as a child? This Infographic from Ultimate Coupon chronicles the most-wanted toys of the past 30 holiday seasons.
The history of the Christmas tree has garnered a lot of fascinating points over the years. From the first decorated tree in 1600 to Gubbio, Italy’s 650-meter tall wonder, get a glimpse of Christmas tree history through this handy visual guide from Christmas Tree Market.
Teen pregnancy has been an issue of major concern across the world, and it has been so since ages. The impact here is not just on the population but also on the associated health risks through other related issues like abortion, mental trauma, and lack of medical care. This Infographic looks at some of the shocking, alarming and surprising facts and stats on teen pregnancy.
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.