The History of Solar Energy [INFOGRAPHIC]

The sun offers an amazing source of power, putting out 3.8 x 1026 watts. At its upper atmosphere, the Earth takes in about 174 petawatts of solar radiation, reflecting about 30% back out into space. Humans have been trying to... Read more

The History of Knitting [INFORGRAPHIC]

Knitting has a surprisingly mysterious and fascinating past! It has evolved over time, so dive into the infographic below to learn more about its origin, changes in technique, and growth in popularity! To get a hands-on experience, check out a... Read more

10 Summer Camp Souvenirs

Summer camp is a joyous experience. When your kids finally come back home, their bags and minds will be a little fuller than when they left. Let’s take a look at what your kids might bring back from summer camp. Read more

The 20 Most Epic Surf Spots Around the World

There are countless cool spots to surf around the globe, but these 220 world-renowned destinations promise an exhilarating surf experience. Whether you just started taking surfing lessons or have been surfing for years, grab your board and get ready for... Read more

The Connected Body

By leveraging new, innovative health devices and technologies, users now have the means to better manage their health and access health care outside of traditional medical settings. Let’s take a look at some trending connected health technology created by some... Read more

Til the Well Runs Dry: How Xeriscaping Helps Conserve Water

The Western U.S. is no stranger to droughts, and as of January 2014, Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in California. About 99.8% of the state is experiencing a severe drought, making it everyone’s responsibility to conserve this... Read more

The American Kitchen Across the Decades

While kitchen interior designs from decades ago may seem old-fashioned and obsolete, their designs are interwoven into the space you call the heart of the home today. Let’s take a look at the trends and innovations that have gone into... Read more

Target Practice: Exercises to Eliminate Trouble Spots

Fat is a fickle creature. Even with good diet and regular exercise, certain areas of your body can still stay stubbornly unaffected. Take a look at how you can tackle your tenacious trouble spots and keep yourself healthy and fit. Read more

The Whole Tooth and Nothing But the Tooth: The Lifecycle of Your Teeth

Most of your body parts are formed at birth. You grow into them as the years pass, but they’re all there. Teeth are the exception. They grow in, they fall out, and they grow in again. In order to keep... Read more

How Solar Electric Systems Work

Have you ever wondered how solar electric systems work and power you home? Our infographic explores the process of converting energy from the sun into electricity for you home. For example, did you know that if your solar panels produce more electricity... Read more

The Anatomy of TMD

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder (TMD) is a condition that occurs as a result of dysfunction in the jaw joint and the muscles that control jaw movement. In other words, a misaligned or bad bite, what dentists call “malocclusion.” To temporarily... Read more

Why is Professional Development For Physical Educators So Important?

Research shows school-based physical education is effective and best when taught by credentialed specialists. Read more

Surf’s Up! The Anatomy of a Wave

Surfing gives you the opportunity to experience one of Mother Nature’s most magnificent forces up close and test your athletic and mental prowess, all while having a blast and getting a taste of adrenaline. Enjoy reading San Diego Surf School‘s infographic. Read more

Infographic – Life Cycle of Insurance Loss Vehicle

Have you ever thought about what happens to your car after it’s been totaled? It turns out that it’s not the end of the road for a car when an insurance company deems it a “loss.” Salvage cars can serve... Read more

Top 5 Fishing Destinations in the U.S. (Infographic)

Explore with Anchor Express to find out what makes the following U.S. cities some of the top destinations for fishing enthusiasts. Read more

Electrical Safety in Your Home

Every year, electrical product malfunctions are associated with injuries and fires in the home. Keep your home and family safe by keeping this checklist handy. Read more

To Remodel or Not to Remodel: Cost vs. Value in 2014 (Infographic)

Are you ready for a home improvement project? Learn about the average costs of popular remodeling projects across the U.S. and their estimated resale value for 2014. Read more

The Evolution of Plumbing

Can you imagine a world without running water or indoor plumbing? Well Pac Plumbing has created an infographic that depicts the history of plumbing and how it has revolutionized over the years. Study this brief history of plumbing to see... Read more

Fighting Fat

If you’re one of the millions of Americans looking to eliminate excess body fat, there are solutions to help you achieve your ideal body. Compared to dangerous cosmetic surgeries, ZERONA low-level laser therapy is a new body sculpting procedure designed to contour the body without... Read more

How to Get the Perfect Shave With a Straight Razor

The good old-fashioned wet shave has become a lost art. To reinvigorate this shaving tradition, Classic Shaving reviews the supplies and techniques you’ll need to get a clean, classic shave. Read more

The Light Fight: HID, Fluorescent, and Induction Bulbs

Not all lighting is created equal. With today’s industrial and commercial need for efficiency and durability, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of each type before replacing or installing new lighting. To help you choose, we’ve staged a... Read more
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