Phantom Traffic Jams: An Urban Mystery Exposed

An accident, construction or someone simply pulled over on the side of the road can all cause traffic congestion, especially during rush hour as commuters try to get home. However, there isn’t always a clear cut reason for a backed up highway, and sometimes there seems to be no reason at all. This phenomenon is known as a phantom traffic jam, and its an urban mystery that plagues most of the nation.

How Solar Panels Work

Humans have been trying to harness the sun’s energy for most of history, but it was the invention of the first photovoltaic cell by French physicist Edmond Becquerel in 1839 that finally made solar energy possible on a grander scale. The following animated infographic covers the science behind how solar panels work.

7 Ways Millennials Benefit From Their Love of Plants

Countless studies have explored the benefits of plants on humans and in recent years, the boom of the millennial houseplant trend has seen news headlines mock their obsession with nature. Call it an extension of environmentalism or a need for a sense of ownership, but the growth of the eco-conscious, plant-loving millennial surpasses aesthetic reasons and may even contribute to growing life expectancy in the future.

The Best (and Worst) Sleeping Positions Backed by Science

Do you have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep, or are you consistently waking up fatigued? It could be the way you’re sleeping. The wrong sleeping position can have a negative affect on your overall health, including causing premature aging, back and neck pain, and—of course—restless nights. Use the infographic to determine the right sleeping position for you.

10 Food Safety Mistakes You Never Noticed

Food well-being is a standout among the most essential things in cooking. Notwithstanding the fixing, flavor or taste of the food, you generally need to take after some particular security rules. On the off chance that the food makes individuals wiped out, every one of the endeavors in setting up the food is unquestionably squandered. There are some regular food security safeguards everybody ought to take after.

2017 Checklist: What Your Business Needs to Do to Start the Year Wisely

New beginnings can be looked at in a myriad of ways: positively, negatively, pragmatically, stoically, and so on. If you’re one who holds new years in a high note, then you’re sure to hope for the best in 2017—like the past years as they started. Others can be unconcerned, at worst be apathetic, and just go on with their daily grind. Not saying this is wrong, mind you.