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Technology in the Classroom [Infographic]

No Comments 26 April 2013

If you are in your early thirties or over, you may remember some modern technology being introduced in school.  You probably took a typing class and may have worked on computers for one or two classes. Today, the classroom looks quite a bit different.  With the advancement of technology and the growing concern for the [...]

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Are Women Bad Drivers? [Infographic]

No Comments 17 April 2013

Are women really bad drivers? According to a study, 6.5 million car crashes happen when both drivers are women, which only accounts for 20.5 percent of all car crashes. Ninety-four percent of all crashes involving death or bodily harm involve male drivers. Also, women are 27 percent less likely to cause auto accidents than men. [...]

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The Lottery’s Biggest Winning Losers [Infographic]

No Comments 15 April 2013

We all dream about what we would do if we were to win the lottery. And many of use swear up and down that we would save most of it or invest it. However, once you have all that money, that is usually the last thing on your mind. About 44 percent of lottery winners [...]

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Why Do We Love Cats So Much? [Infographic]

No Comments 12 April 2013

Cats seem to be all over the internet. From Grumpy Cat to Lil Bub, the internet is full of fuzzy felines. But why do we love them as much as we do? Well, first of all, they are cute. That alone makes them loveable. But they also have an element of danger about them that [...]

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The Numbers Behind the Autism Tsunami [Infographic]

No Comments 10 April 2013

In March 2013, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a new study, estimating now that 1 in 50 children in the United States have autism. Previously, this number was 1 in 88. Some have dubbed this increase as an “autism tsunami.” Lets take a look at some of the numbers behind autism [...]

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Five Health Lessons We Can Learn From Robin Roberts [Infographic]

No Comments 10 April 2013

In 2007, Robin Roberts, co-anchor of “Good Morning America,” announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2012, she told the world that she had been diagnosed with a chemotherapy-related condition called myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). In both instances, millions of Americans rallied around her and expressed their well wishes to the TV talent. [...]

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