Karishma brings you seven things you could really do without, but are better off knowing.
Her warning: You may not like what you find. And you may not believe what is in fact, fact.
But share them with your children. Step into someone else’s shoes. Imagine.
If you roll a lung from a human body out flat, its surface area would be equal to the size of a tennis court.
Part of the reason you can’t open your eyes when you sneeze is because sneezes regularly exceed 100 mph.
The human heart creates enough pressure while pumping that it can squirt blood to about 30 ft.
Your eyes are always the same size from birth, but your nose and ears never stop growing.
When a person dies, hearing is the last sense to go. The first sense lost is sight.
Humans are the only mammal that cannot swallow and breathe at the same time.
It is not possible to tickle yourself. It’s because your brain predicts the tickle from information it already has, and therefore can feel where the tickle is coming from. Your brain doesn’t respond in the same way if someone else is doing the tickling.
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