Physical Activity and Older Americans

Physical Activity and Older Americans

September 30, 2012

Physical activity is an essential component to a healthy lifestyle. Nowhere is this fact truer, than in the case of individuals over the age of 65. Older Americans are at higher risk for many health problems that being active can help prevent. Source

The Gadhafi File

The Gadhafi File

September 30, 2012

Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi commonly known as Muammar Gaddafi, was the official ruler of the Libyan Arab Republic from 1969 to 1977 and then the “Brother Leader” of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya from 1977 to 2011. Gaddafi seized power in a bloodless military coup in 1969 and served as the country’s head of state […]

Vote 2012: Social Media vs. Traditional Media

Vote 2012: Social Media vs. Traditional Media

September 30, 2012

Historically, caucuses have served as early indicators of which candidate might win their party’s nomination. However, earlier this week, many speculated that Twitter would be a better predictor of the Iowa caucuses than traditional polling. And they might have been right. As we head into the New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida primaries, it will […]

Dota History In Graphics

Dota History In Graphics

September 30, 2012

The Story within. Source

No Special Treatment for Amazon.com

No Special Treatment for Amazon.com

September 30, 2012

Don’t let the government tip the scales against the people of Tennessee. Say “NO” to special deals for Amazon.com Source

Groundhog Debt: How to Decrease Your Debt Shadow

Groundhog Debt: How to Decrease Your Debt Shadow

September 30, 2012

Each year, on February 2, Punxsutawney Phil crawls out of his burrow and forecasts the weather by either seeing his shadow and returning to his burrow – signifying six more weeks of winter, or not seeing his shadow – signifying that winter will soon end. Just like Phil, it’s your turn to determine the future: […]

National River Linking Project

National River Linking Project

September 30, 2012

This info-graphics is a phase wise depiction of National River Linking project in India

A Costume For Every Era

A Costume For Every Era

September 30, 2012

Here’s an infographic that takes a look back at the costumes of the past 500 years — starting with the 16th Century. This Halloween when you’re out trick-or-treating, take a look around. You’ll be amazed at how many of these costumes are still being worn by today’s trick-or-treaters! Source

FAT to Adult Stem Cells

FAT to Adult Stem Cells

September 30, 2012

Every year 150,000 gallons of fat are discarded from LIPOSUCTION, and four tablespoons of that fat contain MILLIONS of adult stem cells. Adult stem cells that have the potential to repair, rejuvinate, regenerate, rebuild and restore. Source

Infographic | Emergency Response and Planning News

Infographic | Emergency Response and Planning News

September 30, 2012

Japan is prone to earthquakes but there is another problem that the country has been facing due to this natural calamity which is nuclear explosions at the nuclear plants. These blowups are caused by the earthquakes because they cause disturbance in the nuclear plants. Source

Pulling Back the Meritocracy

September 29, 2012

There is much we can learn about the challenges of educating today’s youth by comparing public school and private school data. We see that while private schools statistically perform higher academically, this discrepancy may be explained by the fact public schools educate a larger number of students with special needs, language unfamiliarity, and lower socio-economic […]

Web Designers vs. Web Developers

Web Designers vs. Web Developers

September 29, 2012

If you don’t work in the tech industry, you may not know the difference between web designers and web developers. In fact, there are many differences between these two professions. From qualifications, to job duties, to salary, developers and designers don’t have too much in common. Learn more about these jobs by checking out this […]