Top 5 Largest Coffee Chains in the U.S. [infographic]

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It’s no surprise Starbucks is a top contender here, but check out the other largest coffee chains in the US!

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Geek Traits Vs. Nerd Traits [infographic]

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The differences between being a geek and a nerd are more substantial than people thought!

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How to Use Water Wisely [infographic]

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Make sure you are using water as efficiently as you can!

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The Most Common Drug Ingredient in the U.S. : Acetaminophen. Do You Know Your Dose? [infographic]

July 23, 2014 |  by  |  Health  |  1 Comment
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Did you know that acetaminophen is found in more than 600 different prescription and over-the-
counter medicines? It’s in pain relievers, fever reducers and sleep aids, as well as cough, cold and flu medicines. More than 50 million Americans use an acetaminophen-containing medicine each week.
Acetaminophen is safe and effective when used as directed, but there’s a limit to how much you can
take in one day: 4,000 milligrams. Taking more than the maximum daily dose is an overdose and can
lead to liver damage. Each year, acetaminophen overdose is associated with an estimated 56,000
emergency room visits and 26,000 hospitalizations.

Education is a key step to driving safe medicine use and preventing overdose. Today’s infographic from the Acetaminophen Awareness Coalition shows three common mistakes that people can make when
taking acetaminophen, and provides four simple steps to make sure you use it safely: 1) always read
and follow your medicine labels, 2) know if your medicines contain acetaminophen, 3) never take two
medicines with acetaminophen at the same time, and 4) ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist if
you have any questions.

Check out this infographic, and always know your dose. For more information, visit KnowYourDose.org
or follow @KnowYourDose on Twitter.

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From Brawns to Brains [infographic]

July 22, 2014 |  by  |  Sports, Tech  |  1 Comment
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With the close of the World Cup just last week, the next major sporting event the majority of Americans have to look forward to is NFL training camp. With only three weeks left until the start of mandatory mini-camps, NFL news is shifting from puff pieces towards actual relevant news. One of the most popular trends in NFL news right now is centered around the incorporation of new technological developments into team’s infrastructures.

Some of the most intriguing of these developments is how coaches have integrated the use of “sensory training” into the practice field. Coaches around the league have begun to attach sensors in players’ helmets and pads to detect the intensity of blows to the head. Additionally, sensors have been placed in the center of footballs themselves to measure quarterbacks’ trajectories when they throw passes.

The “fan experience” has also improved with the advent of new technology. In twelve out of thirty-two NFL stadiums, the FanVision app provides fans at home with a four camera view of live on-field action during games. Additionally, jumbotrons continue to enhance the experience of fans at games themselves.

It’s always interesting to monitor the constant evolution of technology and its fusion into the smallest corners of modern day society. Check out today’s infographic for more info. [Via]

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With the advent of new technology, NFL fan’s experience as well as the safety of players has been revolutionized.

 

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