The California drought has officially gotten scary. Further complicating the situation is the fact that almost 80% of California’s water supply goes to the state’s agriculture needs, which in turn goes toward feeding the entire planet. (Did you know that California produces 80% of the world’s almonds?) A recent LA Times infographic shows just how much water is used to produce one plate of food (968 gallons).
How long will chicken stay fresh in the refrigerator? How long can you keep grapes on the countertop? Is it okay to freeze cucumbers? There is a certain amount of common sense when determining if a given food is past its prime (and you can always try a smell test) but for general guidelines and planning purposes this infographic fromis incredibly handy.
When it comes to managing their health, Millennials have more access to information, connectivity, and technology than any other generation.
As such, Communispace has undertaken a study of Millennial healthcare values, examining how they view everything from the ACA to yearly checkups and technology.
Their report, “Healthcare Without Borders: How Millennials are Reshaping Health and Wellness” reveals that Millennials, dissatisfied with the current healthcare system, have developed unique POVs for managing, maintaining their health and what it means for digital health.
The infographic shown illustrates some of the key findings from the report:
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Never heard of superfoods? Already on-board but looking for a resource to start your superfood-rich diet? The infographic below, acts as both a good starting place and comprehensive resource for people of all levels of interest, looking for a great way to eat better and healthier.
This is the average life expectancy of a person in the United States.