Soccer may seem the least tech-dependent game there is; all that’s required are feet and a ball. But even our most analog sport has benefited from technological advances as far back as the first World Cup in 1930.
And it’s not just balls and boots. Even the way we watch—particularly in this, the year of live 3D broadcasts—has changed the sport forever. So enjoy how far technology has brought the beautiful game, and be excited for where takes it in the future.
How much stress does your job place on you? If you’re a firefighter, commercial pilot, corporate executive or taxi driver, you’re probably suffering from work-induced stress on a daily basis.
Certain careers cause a great deal of stress. And stress is far from a good thing for our bodies. According to some studies, two-thirds of U.S. residents say that stress has caused them health problems.
This isn’t surprising: Recent research suggests that many of the physical changes associated with stress may contribute to the leading causes of death in the United States, heart disease and cancer.
You’d think death would be the one thing that’d free you from the bill collectors, right? Not quite. Even dying is an expensive proposition these days.
The average funeral is far from a cheap affair. Fortunately, many people plan for this by socking away money for their own burial services. This might seem like a morbid strategy, but it actually makes sense. Funerals can cost tens of thousands of dollars. Many people don’t want to place the burden for paying for these on the backs of others.
Just how costly can funerals get? Take a look at some of these numbers:
Burial clothes for men can run from $170 to $400, while these clothes for women can cost $95 to $350.