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MSG gets a bad rap as possibly the worst food additive, said to cause symptoms such as headaches and numbness. However, as this infographic from Compound Interest explains, that reputation is largely undeserved — or, at least, not scientifically proven.
Keeping yourself, your money, and your possessions safe during travel is important. This can be especially daunting when you stick out as a tourist, making you an easy mark to spot for local tricksters.
If you’re like me, insects creeping and crawling all over your home is a big no thank you. With some preventative procedures and DIY methods you can keep them out of your house without using any harsh chemicals.
Don’t know a ristretto from an espressino? Want to mix up your coffee options to include more uncommon drinks (some with names like the “dead eye” and “Borgia”)? Then here’s an infographic worthy of posting in your kitchen.
There’s more to making wine than just growing a bunch of grapes, mashing them up and letting them ferment in a barrel. The folks at VinePair put together this simple but informative graphic that shows you the life of a wine grape, from growing on the vine to fermentation to barrelling and bottling.
You have a lot of options when it comes to cooking oils. Some are better at certain temperatures, others are best with certain types of food. The folks over at MyFitnessPal have created a chart that helps you pick which oils are best for what kind of cooking you want to do.
Playboy is best known for being one of the main media sources of pictures of unclothed women in the pre-Internet era. In the actual Internet era, it’s the source of this guide detailing the very limited set of circumstances where “catcalling” might be OK.
Going to the gym is no picnic, but you can make it more fun by taking a fitness class. Yoga, Zumba, Tai Chi and other group classes are fun and keep you motivated. This graphic explains some common choices. While it’s not exhaustive, it can help you pick one that may work for you.