Category Archives: Infographics

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Benefits of Reusable Cloth Face Masks (Infographics) Posted on December 28, 2020

Face masks have become a norm in the new normal world. Face masks are available in a wide range of diverse models including disposable surgical masks, respirator masks and reusable cloth face masks among others. If you are looking for an everyday mask that will ensure optimum safety from elements, comfort and ease of use, […]

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National Hand Washing Awareness Week ( Infographics) Posted on December 3, 2020

The first week of December is observed as  National Hand Washing Awareness Week to make people aware of the importance of hand hygiene.  Making a habit of good hand hygiene is an easy, effective way to prevent infections. This awareness week assumes a greater significance than ever in the post pandemic new normal world in […]

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Most Popular Christmas gifts under $10- infographics Posted on November 30, 2020

Add a personal touch to your Christmas gifts this year to make sure that these are cherished for years to come. Christmas gifts make the spirit of the season come to life and make your recipients feel special and well appreciated. Customize the perfect gift for your prospects so that everyone on your list can […]

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2020 Holiday Shopping Trends In USA – Infographics Posted on November 13, 2020

Though the pandemic has played spoil sport during 2020 holidays, reports show that the holiday gift trends show an upbeat trend. Purchasing gifts for friends and loved ones is likely to be the top priority among  holiday shoppers  this year. In total, consumers plan to spend $997.79 on gifts, decorations, food etc this year. Travel […]

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Halloween Safety Tips in the Post Pandemic New Normal World(Infographics) Posted on October 28, 2020

All these years, Halloween safety tips have been about preventing fire accidents, avoiding strangers during trick or treat trips and other related safety tips. But in 2020, Halloween safety tips is all about staying safe from the germs and preventing the risks of exposure! Though it might sound absurd, it is the realty that people […]

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Breast Cancer Risk Factors (Infographics) Posted on October 21, 2020

Breast cancer is one of the leading cancers among women in the US and in many other parts of the world.  Early prevention will  increase the changes of recovery and that is what makes it important to spread awareness on this diseases. October is breast cancer awareness month, which makes a great time to  conduct […]

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The Promotional Potential Of Custom Facemasks( Infographics) Posted on October 1, 2020

Facemasks have become essential Personal protection items in the post pandemic world. Designed to slow the spread of infections, custom facemasks make a high utility promotional item for businesses. Offered in various models like reusable and disposable models and medical grade KN95 masks,  custom facemasks make a thoughtful handout to highlight your brand image and […]

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How to wear and Care KN95 Masks ( infographics) Posted on September 18, 2020

Wearing KN95 masks is a smart way to stay safe in the wake of the infectious disease going around. Designed to filter out particles, the KN95 is a relatively easy way to breathe clean air and stay healthy. However it is not recommended for children younger than age 18 and people with cardiac and respiratory […]

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 How Wet Wipes help you deal with Common Germ Hot Spots Posted on September 4, 2020

In the new normal world, wet wipes have assumed a greater role and importance than never before. Just like hand sanitizers keep our hands clean from germs and dirt, wet wipes keep surfaces and gadgets clean. For many small businesses that are striving to come in terms with the changed circumstances, wet wipes will make […]

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Labor Day- Celebrating the American work force ( Infographics) Posted on August 7, 2020

Labor Day was originally started in New York City in 1882 when  union leaders joined forces to protest against  unfair labor practices.  In 1894,  the first Monday of September was officially made as Labor day. Labor Day  is not all about rallies, public speeches, fireworks displays and  public gatherings  but also happens to be the […]