Infographic:The Science of Mental Illness

One in four adults suffer from mental illness, and only 36% receive treatment.  With this staggering statistic, it is important familiarize yourself with what causes mental illness, and how it manifests itself in daily life. has published an infographic detailing different types of mental illness and their causes.
Educating yourself on the signs and statistics behind mental illness is important.
Infographic:The Science of Mental Illness

Infographic: Healthcare and Social Media

Social media allows people to share their feelings and experiences, whether positive or negative.  When it comes to healthcare, however, people seem guarded to disclose.  16% of individuals will post healthcare related images or videos, while 28 % post about supporting a healthcare cause.

Doctors and healthcare professionals are riding the social media wave as well.  60% of individuals say that they will trust a post buy a doctor, followed by 56% trusting nurses, and 55% trusting hospitals.  47% of people are also willing to share healthcare information with doctors through social media, and 43% willing to dish the details to hospitals via popular social media sites. Healthcare and social media are teaming up to bring doctors and patients closer than ever.

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Infographic: Healthcare and Social Media

Infographic: The Science of Study

School may be out for the summer, but learning never stops.  But what does it mean to learn? has created an interesting infographic on the process of studying and learning-down to the chemical reactions that occur in the brain!

Your brain is a miracle.  Compromised of over 90,000 miles of fibers, this thinker completes thousands of processes a second.  From keeping your heart beating, to recognizing the name of a relative you haven’t seen in a few years-the brain is an amazing thing.

Infographic: The Science of Study

Infographic:Cost of Catastrophe

Natural disasters seem to be occurring at an alarming rate.  Hurricanes, tornadoes, fires and droughts are just a few of the disasters that impact our world.  These events cause catastrophic damage and untold loss every year.  In the past decade, disasters have cost more than $3.4 trillion. has analyzed the financial impact of these disasters, along with how many businesses and families are prepared for an emergency.

The financial totals for disasters in 2012 are incredible.

It’s no surprise that the best way to avoid these types of disasters is to be prepared both at home and at work.  6 in 10 businesses have no emergency response plan, and 4 in 10 homes are also unprepared.  While 57% of Americans report having emergency supplies in their home, it’s important to have an emergency plan in place-no matter where you live.  This infographic also details the number or natural disasters, emergency and fire protection declarations by state since 1953.

Infographic:Cost of Catastrophe

Infographic: Is Someone Listening?

The latest shocker to the United States came just weeks ago, when Edward Snowden released classified information to major media outlets with details on how the NSA is collecting user data from sites millions of citizens access every day.  What may be more shocking, however, is that wiretapping and surveillance on domestic soil has been commonplace since the early 1900’s. has created an infographic detailing the controversial history of wiretapping and surveillance.


Wiretapping has been around since the invention of the telephone-and the government has been listening ever since.  In 1928, the Supreme Court approved of wiretapping, along with using the recorded conversations as evidence.  In 1945 the government takes it a step further by receiving microfilm copies of every telegram that enters and leaves the country-known as project Shamrock.  In 1967, the Supreme Court overturned the 1945 ruling, and in 1968 a federal law restricts wiretapping.  Shortly after Watergate, the government shuts down the Shamrock project.

Infographic: Is Someone Listening?


Infographic :How to grow long eyelashes

Latisse or Bimatoprost is a eyelashes growth product. Learn how to apply the solution in a proper way. Read step by step instruction. Latisse should be used properly to get the results which can be noticeable in 4-6 weeks. The full effect of Latisse can be achieved within 12-16 weeks..

Infographic :How to grow long eyelashes

Infographic:The Life and Death of the U.S. Auto Industry

“Since the late 1800’s, the automobile has been an American staple in households.  From its debut with Henry Ford’s Model A, to next year’s Corvette-cars have always captured America’s attention.  But it’s not always been smooth seas for American automobile manufacturers. has created a very informal infographic about the history of the automobile, entitled, “The Life, Death, (and Life) of the U.S. Auto Industry”.

1916 saw a huge change in America-the passing of the Federal Aid Road Act.  This act provided $75 million of Federal money in 50/50 matching funds to the states; up to 6% of the roads statewide over a 5 year period.  Less than one year later, every state would have a Highway Agency to assist in managing the funds. In 1924, Henry Ford debuted his family friendly Model-A vehicle, with a price tag of $260.  This price would be equivalent of around $10,000 today.


The Life and Death (and Life) of the U.S. Auto Industry