More to explore:
This chart by the New England Journal of Medicine compares the top causes of death in the United States in 1900 and 2010. The shift is fascinating—in little more than a century, humanity has eradicated so many diseases. Others, however, have increased, like cancer and heart disease.
How we die (in one chart) the sad thing is, Cancer and Heart Disease could be practically eliminated by eating a Whole Food, Plant Based diet. (read the China Study or watch Forks Over Knives to know more!)
A Cute Bear Broke Into Her Room
I kind of am fascinated by the second fact lol... don't know why...
"In this world," Benjamin Franklin once said, "nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." While we all know that we will die, how and when have changed dramatically over the last...
Hm. This is kinda sad, actually. We jumped all over men for objectifying women in the 50s and then turned around and did the same thing, except that now we put even less clothes on them, and plaster their bodies on national television.
Soooo, first question is why? and second question is why feet first? and third question is What the what?
Sleep or Die Infographic
Relative Value of the Minimum Wage (2011) (click thru for analysis)
Sam Baby, Different Color (click thru for analysis)
Remember how we talked about "said is dead?" Take a look at this list and see how many other "said" words you can use in your writing!
The Circulatory system - Venous
Shakespeare's Tragedies - Now with more Bear! Also see how many names seem to have inspired Hunger Games names. Cinna the Poet what what!