Most Accessible Attraction in the UK

The newest Age UK Mobility infographic comes from their latest study – what is the most accessible attraction in the UK? Comparing 30 of the top UK attractions across a range of criteria from free carer tickets to on-site disabled parking spaces, the study reveals the most accessible of them all.

Resulting as most accessible were Stonehenge, Titanic Belfast, the National Railway Museum, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and Hyde Park. In their official press release, Age UK Mobility states that: “Interestingly, the attractions that came in the top 10 are spread out across the UK, and not concentrated entirely within the capital, or even large cities in some cases, as some might expect.

This study has revealed that across the length of the UK, attractions are prioritising accessibility.”

The infographic is a small part of a larger article and aims to highlight the top attractions and celebrate their success. Using bright colours and fun imagery, it certainly does so.

How To Build A Website

A summarised version of the in-depth tutorial featured at the publishers website, this infographic teaches you How To Build A Website using WordPress as the content management system. Aimed at beginners, or businesses looking to design a website on a lower end budget this easy to understand tutorial and guide takes you step-by-step through the process of building a website. Learn how to register a domain name, setup a hosting account, configure your content management system, design your site (theme or template) and optimise your web pages to be SEO friendly for all major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. Written by an experienced web designer, developer and marketer with over 15 years of experience who has developed hundreds of websites for customers all over the world, you're in good and capable hands and can have a website online within a couple of hours by following this guide.
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13 Best Home Remedies to treat Ringworm

Ringworm is a skin infection caused due to Fungai which can be seen all over the body. Here the skin tissue is affected in such a manner that, it leads to the formation of ring-like structures on skin. To make people treat such infection at home. We've come up with perfect visual info which can help you treat your Ringworms at home.

Ringworm is highly contagious and gets severe over time. It should not be neglected when it attacks the scalp because hair gets dead when a fungus attacks. These are affected mostly when the skin is experienced with severe humidity. So people live in tropical areas are the most common targets for this.

The ringworm is a contagious skin disease. It can spread easily and people should be under constant hygiene when affected by ringworm.  Here is how to treat ringworm at home without scientific medication but in herbal and natural paths.

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The Most Expensive Places to Live in the UK

Property prices are continually on the rise in the UK, as homeowners and first-time buyers as taking bigger and bigger cuts to their salary to afford a home. Yet the price of a property across the country can vary hugely, with some cities being twice as expensive as others! Here at Barnes of Lincoln we've found the top 10 most expensive cities to like in the UK, based on findings by Lloyds Bank. Take a look at our chart today, you may be surprised to see which places come out top, and not so surprised with others!

Customer Reviews: Major 2019 statistics and What they mean to your business

When was the last time you buy a product without checking its reviews?
Probably a long time ago.

95% of people aged 18-34 are just like you. Nowaday, pre-purchase research is a vital part in almost every industry, and customer reviews remain the king of persuasion. In fact, 91% of 18-34 year old consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations, according to BrightLocal’s recent study.

66% of Americans trust an anonymous, online review more than they trust a recommendation from an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend (based on 2018 Word of Mouth Report by Convince&Convert).
In a nutshell, your business can greatly benefit from positive reviews, or suffer from negative complaints like never before.

How do customer reviews influence other customer’s behaviours? A study by Spiegel has showed that the purchase likelihood of a product with five reviews increases by 250%, compared to a product without reviews.

In addition, when deciding between similar products, 35% of customers admitted that good reviews motivated them to pick the higher priced.

Combining the findings of latest researches, TrueProfit brings you the most important statistics on online customer reviews. Here's the 2019 up-to-date infographic, thanks to BrightLocal’s Consumer survey in December 2018.

11 Times The Second Amendment Was Attacked And Prevailed

The Second Amendment gives Americans the right to bear arms. This amendment to the Constitution was originally introduced in 1789 but it hasn’t been left alone quietly. The Second Amendment has been attacked more than any other right laid out in the Constitution but it’s prevailed every time. This infographic takes a look at 11 of the most prevailing examples of this amendment over the years.

The first case to cite the Second Amendment was the Supreme Court’s Nunn v. Georgia decision. This overturned Georgia law which banned the possession of handguns among private citizens until 1846.

 Another complaint against the Second Amendment is that the phrase “the people” was too vague. This is another aspect of the amendment that has been addressed multiple times with rulings such as United States v. Verdugo-Urquirdo including legal aliens into the amendment.

In 2009, McDonald v. Chicago expanded the right to private citizens in every state and, a year later, United States v. Day specified this language into firearms being a right to every law-abiding citizen.

 The law has even tackled the specifics of what weapons qualify under this right and the condition you’re allowed to keep them in. By the 2008 District of Columbia v. Heller verdict, homeowners were officially allowed to keep the guns in their own homes “locked and loaded” if they saw fit. A 2016 case, Caeteno v. Massachusetts, allowed citizens the right to own stun guns just as much as their other firearms.

Even indirect barriers to gun ownership have been challenged over the years. With cases like U.S. District Court Chief Judge Ramona v. Manglona, Second Amendment advocates won out again with a ruling against the excessive taxation.

What these cases and the others in this infographic demonstrate is clear. The Second Amendment has long been under fire and scrutiny but it has continuously come out on top.

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Anxiety Disorders in the United States

e've all dealt with stress and anxiety in our lives. Whether it be from an upcoming test, deadlines at work, or struggling with physical health issues. But it's important to understand the difference between "everyday anxiety" compared to anxiety disorders.

Anxiety disorders are constant or ongoing fears of things that don't pose any real threat or harm. In other words, the fear felt can be deemed as irrational or illogical, but that doesn't make the fear any less real.

Those struggling with anxiety often even admit their constant fear is silly and not rational. Even though the conscious mind can clearly articulate the anxiety, and understand why it's not a threat, it doesn't make the fear go away. Also, despite where the fear comes from, the symptoms are the same. Those with anxiety may experience extreme terror, rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, or may feel like the world is closing in on them.

Anxiety cannot be treated overnight, but there are treatment options with strong success track records. Some of the most common treatments include therapy, medication, a balanced diet, exercise, and mindfulness practices.

Mindful Searching takes a deep look at the prevalence of anxiety in the United States and how that compares to anxiety disorder rates worldwide. This anxiety disorder infographic explains the most common types of anxiety and how they differ among races and countries. You'll also see some first-hand examples of what it's like to experience everyday anxiety vs. an anxiety disorder.

The Truth About Public Transit Accidents

This infographic, created by the attorneys at the Demas Law Group examines the possible dangers people can encounter when using public transportation.

While most people think of public transportation as a safer and more environmentally friendly option than cars, public transit can come with its problems. Popular public transportation options include subways, trams and trolleys, rideshare programs, aboveground trains, light rails, and school buses. Many of these options are more convenient than a car, especially if you live in a bigger city with heavy traffic, but do you know what to do if you are injured while using one of these public transit options?

This infographic explains common types of public transit injuries. Knowledge can not only help prevent injuries from happening in the first place, but it can also help you act quickly if you are injured. Bus and rail accidents are the cause of the majority of public transportation injuries. Around 63,000 busses are involved in collisions every year, and rail accidents have been on the rise in recent years, due to the increased demand for public transit options. So, what should you do if you’re injured while using a public transportation option?

 According to the lawyers at Demas Law group, it is important to act quickly. You will follow steps similar to those you would take if you were involved in a car accident. You will want to get medical attention for any injuries right away so that you have documentation of them. You will want to take photos of the accident scene and your injuries. If there are any eyewitnesses, get their contact information. If you have been badly injured to the point that it is affecting your life stability, you will want to get a lawyer to help you seek compensation to help you get back on your feet.

While public transportation can be a great way to save money and time and help the environment, it is important to know the risks and know what to do in the case of an accident.

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Most Dangerous Vehicle For Teen Drivers

Have you let your teens drive on their own? Most of the teenagers are excited about their first driving. Sometimes, they would feel nervous about what their driving looks like. However, parents are letting their teenagers go independently and learn how to drive. Teenagers are wanting to wander miles away to test their driving skills. Little did they know, over 2000 teenagers are involved in an accident and die every in motor vehicle crashes. There are also 44% of the risk of crashes that result in one teen passenger with the driver involved in a crash.

There are listed dangerous vehicles for teens are described in the infographic you should know. Convertibles type or sporty cars encourages speeding that is risky for drivers. The vehicles like SUVs or Pickups that can tip over in tight turns. The smaller cars with less support and strength to drivers. The vehicles with high horsepower that needs require speed. Read more about the details in the infographic to get ideas with your driving.

Cost of an Uber Ride Vs. DUI: Which Can You Afford?

This infographic, created by the law practice of Erin Field, looks at the true costs of a DUI. Many people may not think much about driving while tipsy, but they don’t realize that getting a DUI can have long-term disastrous impacts on a person’s life. When you drive buzzed, you’re putting your life as well as the lives of others in danger. But even if no one is hurt, you can still get a DUI, which can impact your education, employment opportunities, and reputation for years to come. You can even get jail time for repeat offenses.

This infographic compares the costs of simply calling a ride share service to take you home vs. dealing with the financial and emotional fallout of getting a DUI. Did you know that a DUI can cost up to 8,000 in Connecticut? And that doesn’t even include the money you lose in employment opportunities, lawyer fees, and other costs associated with getting a DUI. This infographic helps college students and others understand why it makes so much more sense to simply spend the few extra dollars to call a rideshare service than to drive drunk and risk getting a DUI.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Business

AI is a new superhero of the XXI century. Unlike Marvel’s heroes, this one actually exists and influences our lives a lot changing the way we communicate, work, and cope with routine tasks.

What AI and Marvel’s characters have in common is the ambiguous attitude to their activities. A lot of people still afraid that AI can start the rise of the machines like in Terminator movie (this is unlikely to happen) or take away their jobs (and this is quite possible).

The opportunities AI brings to business are too significant to ignore them and keep hiring people for some jobs (the list of such jobs grows rapidly). AI allows businesses to automatize processes, accelerate decision making, reduce mistakes, strengthen security, and provide better services to customers. What else? Here is an infographic showing how can AI improve processes in different industries and some numbers reflecting today’s situation with AI implementation in business.

The anatomy of a shed

Wanting to buy a shed, but getting confused in the world of fascias, finials and felt roofing? Know your apex from your pent roof? Or your shingle from your shiplap? If you're investing in a new shed, it's well worth getting to grips with the bamboozling world of shed terminology. Over at Waltons, we know how important is to get the best garden building for your needs, and for you to be comfortable in your purchase. So before you buy and build, be sure to check out our infographic for a full breakdown of all the different parts that make up a shed, garden office or log cabin.

Established in 1878, Waltons Garden Buildings is one of the UK’s largest and oldest garden building manufacturers. Based in Newark, Nottinghamshire, Waltons has sold over 1 million sheds since 2003. For more fascinating infographics, blog articles or building guides, don't hesitate to visit the Waltons site.

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