Tattoo Removal Facts #Infographic

Do you have a tattoo and would prefer to get it removed? Don’t worry, you are not the only one. 36% of adults between the ages of 18 and 25 have at least one tattoo somewhere on their bodies. And one fifth of them regrets having it.
The reason why people decide to get rid of their tattoos are very diverse and you can find them visualized in this infographic by Yaletown Laser Centre. Find out the top reasons why people are removing their tattoos and some other interesting facts and figures about tattoo removals.

Laser Tattoo Removal Facts Infographic

An infographic by Yaletown Laser Centre.

The Current Longest Serving African Presidents #Infographic #President

Barack Obama left office after two terms, irrespective of his opinion of his successor or who he felt was the best candidate. Similarly, many countries adopt a similar system where Presidents have a maximum of two terms. However, sometimes, some people find a way to extend their stay in office. For Example, Turkish Prime Minister transited to the new role of President.

In Africa, the ten sitting Presidents mentioned in the infographic below have been in power for at least sixteen years, which is four US presidential terms. These are some of them: Paul Kagame (Rwanda), Idrissa Deby (Chad), Paul Biya (Cameroon), Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe) or Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (Equatorial Guinea).

Another example is Yahya Jammeh, who spent 23 years in office before he left office in February 2017. Moreover, the list is expected to shrink further this year, as Angolan President Jose Eduardo Santos has announced that he wouldn’t contest the next national elections.

An infographic by African Vault.

5 Common Involuntary Behaviours: Is Our Body Trying to Say Something? #Infographic #Body

Involuntary behaviours are things that our body uncontrollably does. Our eye can start twitching, for example, anytime and anywhere. We can easily sneeze, while looking at something bright, like the sun. Not really nice to think about that, right? Especially, if you start yawning in the middle of an important business meeting. Or hiccuping, for example. Well, that is not a great impression you will be making on your strict business partners.

But the thing is that these involuntary behaviours are common to all human beings. And there is nothing to be ashamed of. Better take these involuntary signals into consideration. The chances are high that your body is trying to tell you something. And we have to admit that it’s not the worst way of our organism to try to communicate with us. So, is there any science behind these involuntary behaviours? Moreover, can they indicate that something is not right with our organism?

An infographic by ScienceLass.

The Anatomy of an Effective Executive #Infographic #Business

To be an executive means more than just occupying the highest position in the organization that you belong to. As the famous line from Spider-Man goes, “with great power comes great responsibility”. Thus, one must really have the perfect balance of knowledge, attitude, training and experience to be considered a competent executive.

Some people think that executives can be made. However, if one doesn’t qualify beforehand, then training is nothing. It is best first to know if one possesses the traits a person should have even before chasing that executive dream.

It’s a combination of every little thing, from the skills that you should learn to that executive look you must nail. Then again, there’s no perfect science that actually teaches you how to become one. However, with this helpful guide to being an effective executive, you could make things easier and find out if you have the makings of an effective company executive.

An infographic by Manila Recruitment.

6 Astonishing Baby Facts: Our Tiny Superheroes #Infographic #Baby

There is no need to prove that babies are different from grown-ups. Mainly, because of the different goals we have. Most adults are spending time trying to find their place in life. While a baby has just started discovering the room it has been placed in.

Fun baby fact – it can’t cry. The little human screams a lot, yes. But have you ever witnessed a tear drop from its cheek? If you think that the answer is affirmative, have a closer look at a crying baby the next time. Nope, no tears. And why do we talk about our miniature copies in a high, annoying voice? Whether you are a cute mommy or a tough man, we all experienced that. Is there actually a scientific reason for us switching to a high-pitched voice? Say no more. The following exciting baby facts will not only surprise you but also give an answer to these and more questions.

An infographic by ScienceLass.