Healthy Habits Infographics – Vegetables

Today’s video infographic gives facts on eating healthy, as well as tips on how to get young children to eat their vegetables! It was create with the help of the Nutrition Council from Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Things You May Not Know

Take a break from the craziness of life and enjoy this video infographic full of interesting things that you may not know, but will enjoy learning about!

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Sleep

Ever wanted to know all about sleep? Check out this video infographic to learn interesting facts, how to sleep better, as well as how much sleep you really should get!

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Project Ocean

According to some experts, if we don’t take action soon, fish stocks in our oceans could collapse by 2050 – a scary statistic when you consider that over half a billion people rely on the ocean for their livelihoods. Check out this video infographic on ocean life to learn even more interesting facts!

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You’ve Got The Love(Social)

Advertising was birthed after the 19th century and the rise of the industrial revolution. We have come a long way since then. For the first time in history more people are connected world wide, and we have a say in corporate and cause communications. You have the power, what will you do with it?

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Coffee: The Greatest Addiction Ever

Millions of people drink coffee everyday and worry about consuming that much caffeine. Check out today’s video infographic to learn if all that caffeine really is bad for you.

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Economic Freedom & Quality of Life

Economic Freedom and the Quality of Life is a short, informative video centered on the ideas of economic freedom and the societal benefits it produces. The video helps explain what economic freedom is and why it’s key to improving society.

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Facebook vs Google +: Who owns the Internet?

So, who is winning the social network war: Google + inner circles or Facebook’s friends? While Google + doesn’t come anywhere near Facebook’s 750 million active users, it has shown some legs with its ten million users in just two weeks. Check out a blow by blow comparison in today’s video infographic.

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Socialnomics 3

Erik Qualman, creator of the world’s most watched social media series comes back with version three of his Socialnomics video infographics.

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The Cost Of Dropping Out

NPR has produced the above video infographic on the costs to society of high school dropouts. Consider the facts: * The unemployment rate for people without a high school diploma is nearly twice that of the general population. * Over a lifetime, a high school dropout will earn $200,000 less than a high school graduate […]

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