Checkout this interesting infographic about travel in United States.
Drones may seem like material for a science fiction movie, however, drone technology is getting more advanced every day. CriminalJusticeDegreeHub.com has created an infographic entitled “The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S.” giving you a look into the history of drones, how they are used today, and what we might see in the […]
Statistics say that we break a minimum of two laws per day. As hard as we try to stay within the laws, everyone breaks them. Top-Criminal-Justice-Schools.net has created an infographic entitled “Arrested for What? The Top 25 Weirdest Laws in the U.S.”, detailing some of the weirdest laws on the books. It’s hard to imagine […]
One of the most important decisions a parent can make is whether or not to vaccinate their child. From simple shots like Polio and Tetanus, to the controversial Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccine, more parents are putting off or opting-out of vaccines completely. Online Masters In Public Health has created an infographic entitled “Refusing Protection: The Decline of […]
Credit card usage is still growing, there are about 181 million credit cards in the US! Most people actually use it on travel expenses, and surprisingly only 1 in 5 use them to pay for bills.
Americans spending habits vary greatly depending on income and gender. Did you also know that Americans spend more on housing but less on food now than in 1949? Check out the below infographic to see how Americans use their hard earned dollars.
How far will that fuel get you, how much does it cost and what is it doing to the planet along the way? We compare common fuels and how we’re using them to get around.
Fosamax was approved by the U.S. FDA in 1995 to help treat osteoporosis. Recent studies show that Fosamax might cause brittle bones that are more susceptible to bone fractures, especially in women. Learn the facts about Fosamax now.
In 2000, “Harvard Girl”, a how-to guide for Ivy League hopefuls, climbed to the top of China’s best-selling book list. The book was written by the parents of a Chinese girl admitted to Harvard University, and a whole new genre of copycat books rose in its wake. While most would argue that America’s educational system […]
The infographic highlights a few products still made in the United States, contrasted against many outsourced items that some Americans may mistakenly believe are made in the USA.