Why Seek Residential Addiction Treatment?

Residential rehab is a type of addiction treatment that involves living in a facility for a period of time, typically 28 to 30 days, while receiving intensive therapy and support. It is often recommended for people with severe or long-term addictions, or for those who have co-occurring mental health disorders.

Drug Addiction Statistics In Illinois

Drug addiction is a major issue that affects millions of people in the United States, including those living in Illinois. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, approximately 19.7 million Americans aged 12 and older struggled with a substance use disorder in 2017 alone. In an article combined with an infographic, Northern Illinois Recovery Drug Rehab Center discusses the prevalence of drug addiction in Illinois.

6 Powerful Japanese Methods for Better Productivity

While the concepts of productivity and success may seem too generic, abstract, and even elusive, there are many effective ways to boil these objectives down to tangible practices and techniques. Here is a set of Japanese techniques people have found universally suitable for business and personal contexts as they cope with giving more structure and meaning to any activities.

International Migration Trends

The number of people living outside their country of origin is continuing to increase for many reasons. To understand what migration will look like, we need to know where it’s been and how it has evolved over time.

Why Are So Many People are Moving to Florida?

The grass is greener on the other side, as they say. Given the state of affairs in a post-pandemic world chock full of opportunities to move where you want to live driven in part by remote work and greater opportunities elsewhere, many are choosing to moving to Florida.

Countries Where Children Are the Most Satisfied With Their Lives

Many factors influence how happy, healthy, and successful children are and will grow up to be. Society plays a crucial role in these outcomes. This infographic visualizes comprehensive data from UNICEF on where children are the most satisfied with their lives, including statistics on mental well-being, suicide rates, physical health, obesity rates, academic achievement, social skills, family time, and more.

38 Imaginary Friends From Fiction and Their Life Advice

Did you have an imaginary friend (or a whole band of merry imaginary companions) growing up? According to decades of research, the majority of people have had an imaginary friend at some point in their childhood. To showcase the wonderful range of forms that imaginary friends can take, the AAA State of Play team have put together a collection of iconic imaginary friends from fiction.

The Most (and Least) Stressed Cities in the U.S.

If you’re feeling more stressed than ever before, you’re not alone. The research team at Charlotte’s Web wanted to know if certain American cities were experiencing higher levels of stress than others, so they conducted a study to determine the least and most stressed cities in America based on several stress-inducing factors.

Why Louisville is a Great Place to Live

There’s more than the Kentucky Derby and bourbon to behold. Looking for a beautiful, clean, safe, and inexpensive place to move to? Learn more about why now is the time to invest in buying Louisville real estate in the following infographic, courtesy of Finish Line Realty.

The 16 Personality Types: An In-Depth Look

The average person believes that each individual is different and unique in their own way. While that may hold some truth to a certain extent, it’s not entirely accurate. When it comes to personality types, most people can be put into one of a few groups that describe their characteristics almost to a tee. Whether or not this will become widespread and commonly used by most employers is unknown, but it doesn’t hurt to take a look and see where you fit on the chart below.