About Troy Dunn

Troy Dunn is a published author, professional artist, award winning environmentalist, certified permaculture designer, bachelor of the arts, associate of the sciences, 501(c)3 creator, and altruistic entrepreneur/COO for Altrumedia.

Injury Prone Jobs in America

If you’ve been living in America in the last couple of decades, you’ve likely seen the television show, Deadliest Catch. Premiering on the Discovery Channel back in 2005, the documentary show follows the lives and events aboard several fishing vessels. The entire premises of the show resides in the fact that fishers and fishing workers […]

The Pitfalls of Playing Pokémon Go

Dangers of Augmented Reality Video Games Pokémon Go, an augmented reality game, was released unto the wild July 6th, 2016 and may have already passed Twitter in the number of users. A staggering statistic that Ni-antic, its creators, and the Pokémon Company must be ecstatic about. The game released for mobile devices on iOS and […]

A Declaration of Happiness

This 4th of July, make a Declaration of Happiness! Not sure what that is? Check out our infographic below. Full Text: A Declaration of Happiness In the summer of 1776 a declaration was made on the East Coast of Colonial America. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that […]

Zika Virus at Home

Declared a “public health emergency” by the World Health Organization, the Zika virus appears to have entered into the United States yesterday, “through sex”. The virus, usually associated with mosquito transmission, is a flavivirus. The same family as West Nile, yellow fever, and dengue. While the illness is often mild, there can be long term […]

A History of Football Safety

Full text: Presented by AccidentAttorneys.org Humans began crafting stone balls in Scotland more than 5,200 years ago. The Neolithic balls were about the size of a Pokéball, which is about the size of a racket ball. The Ancient Aborigines, the Ancient Chinese, the Ancient Egyptians, the Ancient Mesoamericans…Basically everyone from everywhere balled. Homer wrote about […]

Thanks for Thanksgiving

The 1st American Thanksgiving happened in 1621 after the Pilgrims’ 1st successful harvest of maize. (Historic tip: Use fish fertilizer.) Most commonly known as corn, this grass was domesticated by the Mayans over 9,000 years ago. However, it wasn’t until 1863 that Abraham Lincoln established Thanksgiving as a permanent national holiday and only after Sarah […]

Tailgating Vs. Tailgating

Everything you ever wanted to know about tailgating but were too afraid to ask. Warning: The information contained in this infographic is both informational and graphical in nature. That is why it is called an infographic. They could have also tried “graphrmational” but that sounds funny and there are four consonants in a row, which […]

Oh Christmas Tree

Thinking about setting up a Christmas tree? Take a moment to learn more about tree traditions and ways to celebrate safely with this Christmas tree safety infographic. Christmas Tree Safety Infographic Recap Celebrating the winter holidays by decorating your home with an evergreen is an ancient and alive tradition. But this holiday tradition should come […]

Winter Accidents Are Coming

There is no longer a hint of winter in the morning air. Winter is here! This means, slick roads, blizzard conditions, and untold dangers lurk in the cold. When temperatures drop it’s important that you become aware of the hazards. Check out our latest epic infographic about winter accidents. And remember, safety isn’t a game. […]