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Flesh Is For Zombies

PETA’s fun, thought-provoking infographic describes the source, effects, and solution to the “zombie virus”–that is, meat consumption. Brought to you by peta2.com.

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American Dudes and Fast Food

Lab42 surveyed 500 American males between the ages of 18 and 35 (typically assumed to be the target demographic of many major chains) to see if we were surprised by their favorite fast food restaurants, restaurant-going behaviors, or menu choices. In order to take the survey, these American males had to have eaten at one of six popular national fast food chains in the …

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Turkey Hunting Tips for Beginners

Could You Hunt Your Own Holiday Turkey? A difficult question for the animal lovers around us but the fact is every year, more than 46 million turkeys are killed for Thanksgiving holiday dinners. Brought to you by foremosthunting.com.

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The Great Diet Comparison

The sience behind weight loss can be complex but you shouldn’t need a tutor to help you understand your diet. The components of an effective diet can be boiled down to some simple but proven concepts. Figure out which diet is the best for you with the “Great Diet Comparison” brought to you by Voltier Creative.

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How to Make Beer at Home

Beer Canada’s Drink of Summer

Molson Coors, the fine folks behind Corona Extra and Molson Canadian, really want you to buy beer this summer. Beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage in Canada, in terms of both volume and dollar value.

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The Truth about Alcoholism

Alcohol is the oldest and most widely used drug in the world. Millions of people consume alcohol each day – but when do you classify a person as addicted and what can it do to you when abused? An Infographic brought to you by MedicalInsurance.org.

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Obesity in America

Obesity is a growing problem in America, and here are some facts about the health issue. Brought to you by: MedicalBillingAndCoding.org.

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FATS Good Bad Ugly

FATS: Good, Bad & Ugly

Many of us cut the sience behind fats and replace it with refined carbohydrates, so we miss out on the benefits of healthy fats. An Infographic brought to you by healthytimesblog.com. Brought to you by: Coolerplanet.com

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Do Students Eat Like Prisoners?

Hopefully you haven’t gotten the chance to taste jailhouse cuisine, but if you’re a product of the American school system, you probably have childhood memories of standing in line for grey mashed potatoes, half-thawed mystery meat, and slimy canned peaches. How do the trays measure up? An Infographic by GOOD in collaboration with Columnfive.com.

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The United States of GOOD Beer

The United States of GOOD Beer. The people of GOOD asked you: What is the most awezome, best-tasting, sustainably brewed, independently owned, community-oriented craft beer brewed in your state?

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The Health Benefits of Bacon

Who says bacon can’t be good for you? If you dig through the facts hard enough and with an empty stomach, the delicious truth emerges.. Infographic created by medicalbillingschool.org

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How to Make Beer at Home

How to Make Beer

Give a man a beer, and he’ll barely have a buzz. At the OC Weekly they have put together an ‘how to make beer’ infographic detailing the tools and process you’ll need to homebrew your own beer.

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