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Porn May be a Drug

The internet has allowed the porn industry to spread to become easily available to just about everyone with a device and a connection. It isn’t hard to find porn. It’s often put up in front of us and our families even if we’re not interested in seeing it. The temptationRead More

Interesting Stats About Car Safety

Safety has been less of an issue at the top of mind of consumers over the past few years. It isn’t that they are less concerned. It’s that cars themselves are getting safer in general. The technology being put into automotive research and safety precautions have far exceeded where theRead More

Busted: 10 Allergy Myths

Those who suffer from allergies often live in a world of pain and annoyance. Having to make decisions based upon the circumstances in the environment is something that everyone does, but when one must consider other conditions as well, it can be a hassle. As a result, there have beenRead More

Violent Crimes Heat Up in the Center of Washington DC

Most cities have dangerous areas where crime consolidates. These high crime areas are often dispersed into different parts of cities, but the nation’s capital has a high concentration of violent crimes that pop up in the center. Then, there’s the area on the east side of the river. This isRead More

In Sickness and In More Sickness: Healthcare Booms in Good or Bad Economy

Nothing says “job security” like working in an industry that everyone needs regardless of their money situation. Healthcare has not only avoided the dreaded recession, it has been the focus of US government initiatives to increase its size and scope. A recent study shows that there may be over 500,000Read More

Where Will “The Big One” Hit?

It’s only a matter of time. Somewhere soon, a huge earthquake will strike and it’s anyone’s guess as to where that will be. Or is it? This graphic by our friends at GOOD puts numbers to the equation and gives us a speculative analysis of the possible targets of theRead More

The Middle East Domino Effect

Tunisia is already yesterday’s news, but the effects will be felt for months and years. It isn’t just in the small country itself, but rather the effects that the successful regime-change will have on the area in general. This graphic by The Visual News puts it nicely into perspective forRead More