High impact, visually appealing signage can help your business build strong brand and be a major influence on new customers buying your products or services.
Saying ‘Um’, or ‘Er’, or ‘Uh’, or ‘Like’ too often can lead to irritating your audience. These 11 simple steps will prevent the need to use fillers in conversation, and particularly when speaking in front of an audience.–London Speaker Bureau
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Turkey is home to one of the most memorable, versatile and tasty cuisines in the world. This infographic delves into the 50 most iconic meals from Turkey. How many have you tried?–Property Turkey
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Wine is a healthy source of a liquid intake when taken in exact amounts. And, because of its nutritive value, healthy contribution and irresistible taste, it becomes one of the best ingredients in food preparations, that, foods wouldn’t leave a mouthful goodness without it. These are just some of the many recipes that become delectably delicious with the presence of wine.–Cult Wines
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Our body is the gateway to our soul so you have to keep it fit. How? Here are just a few of the ways on how to maintain a healthy dietary living. Which ones have you practiced?–Nuique
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Travelling is one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences a human can take part in. However, it can be costly. This infographic digs into the myriad ways you can earn money when travelling – looking at specific locations as well as jobs that can be done anywhere in the world.–Baltic Travel Company
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Whether you’re on your commute, or just out for a drive, you never know when you may need to make a dash for it. Luckily, this infographic explains how you can dodge the police, a villain, or even Vin Diesel!–PPCGB
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Electric cars are here to stay. Whether they’re personal vehicles made using hybrid technology, or new forms of public transport, these electric conveyances are the future of economical, ecological travel. This infographic compares the current market, and looks to the future.–PPCGB
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Teen prescription drug abuse has been increasing in America faster than ever, but knowing what kinds of drugs are commonly abused among teens can enable you to help your teen prevent these problems.The infographic below provides information on what kinds of drugs are out there and what parents can do to help their struggling teens. for more information visit Infographic Created by Sundance Canyon Academy – School For Troubled Boys
This is an infographic reviewing and comparing some of the top shared hosting providers for WordPress. It’s meant to help you find the perfect shared hosting plan for your site. Instead of believing what the hosting companies say about their products, we purchased real plans and performed real tests by hand. It’s truly unbiased research in a live environment.
Sitting down is the new smoking. So how can we combat the damage the sedantry life has on our bodies? This infographic from Tom Faulkner digs into the importance of sitting properly at a desk, as well as exercises to correct a poor posture.–Tom Faulkner
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Research indicates that most of the vitamins you get from thehealthy food you eat are better than those contained in pills. Even though vitamins in supplements are synthesised to the exact chemical composition of naturally-occurring vitamins, they still don’t seem to work as well. Food is a complex source of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals (plant chemicals), which all work together. Supplements tend to work in isolation. Research has shown that a food component that has a particular effect on the body may not have the same effect when it is isolated and taken as a supplement. This could be because the vitamins and minerals in foods are also influenced by other components of the food, not just the ‘active ingredient’. It is commonly believed that taking mega-doses of certain vitamins will act like medicine to cure or prevent certain ailments. After extensive research, however, neither of these claims has been shown to be true. Taking higher than recommended doses of some vitamins may cause problems. Excessive doses of some minerals may also cause problems. At just five times the RDI, zinc, iron, chromium and selenium can be raised to toxic levels in the body. For example:
Large intakes of fluoride (especially in childhood) may stain, and even weaken, the teeth.
Very large doses of fish oil can lead to decreased blood clotting.
Iron toxicity is also common. Even a small amount over the RDI can cause gastrointestinal upset, nausea and black bowel actions (poo). Severe toxicity can lead to coma and even death.
High levels of vitamin B6 have been linked to some types of nerve damage.
Doses of vitamin C above one gram can cause diarrhoea.
High doses of vitamin A may cause birth defects, as well as central nervous system, liver, bone and skin disorders.
British inventors have been at the forefront of developments that have changed the way we live. From flushing toilets to changing the way we carry our children, British inventors and scientists are the brains behind many of the household items we take for granted. Our latest infographic looks at ‘20 British Inventions Your Household Can’t Live Without’, including everything from the humble corkscrew to the almighty television and – the backbone of today’s society – the World Wide Web!
So if you’ve ever found yourself asking ‘who invented the kettle?’ or ‘when did the vacuum come about?’, our latest infographic answers these questions, and more! Who knew that one of the most famous monarchs in history was responsible for a device used by millions of pensioners around the world?! Take a look at the infographic below and see who we mean for yourself:
Need to ace an exam in college? Here’s are some tips to be prepared before your exam. Before going to the lectures, read an outline, and discuss the key ideas of it. At the lecture, write everything written on the blackboard. Write down only the main points of the information, summarizing everything the instructor says. Note all the citations and examples mentioned by the lecture. Write a summary of the lecture when it’s concluded.