The human body is a truly amazing thing, but, despite our top-of-the-foodchain status, we still have plenty of odd quirks and imperfections. It appears, on a purely chromosomal level, we are outgunned by the humble crayfish and should perhaps show them a little more respect (rather than a splash of lemon and a portion of chips).
So next time you’re down the pub with your friends and your smalltalk tank is running on empty, why not dazzle them with a few of these odd, yet intriguing, facts? Who knew, for example, that the tooth is the only part of the human body that can’t repair itself? Great news for dentists – not so good for boxers.
And it seems that the French have been right all along – it’s far more hygienic to kiss someone ‘Hello’ than it is to shake their hand. That said, there are some people who you’d undoubtedly look forward to kissing (purely on health grounds), and some who you’d willingly run the risk of a few germs if it meant keeping them at arm’s length.
And you can bet fact number 22 will have been rolled out at many a Specsavers board meeting to groans from all present. So, without further ado, go ahead and feast your eyes on this collection of utterly useless but occasionally interesting health and body facts!
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Since President Trump withdrew the USA from the Paris Agreement, we thought it would be a good time to look at just how much petrol the USA uses when compared with other large economies.
It may not surprise you that the USA ‘leads’ the world in terms of petrol usage. But it may surprise you when you see just how much petrol they use when compared with other major economies.
The USA uses 19,396,000 barrels of petrol per day. That’s enough to fill the Empire State Building almost 3 times over.
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Our world is changing at a rapid pace. Smart technology allows architects to think beyond traditional boundaries. Buildings of the future will connect the various pieces of the structure in an integrated, dynamic and functional way.
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An average human spends ⅓ of his life sleeping, A wise man once said “if you earn a bit of extra money then you should spend it on something that you do for a majority of your life which is sleeping”.
If invested right your mattress can serve you beyond your imagination. Your whole health depends upon what kind of mattress you have, how much ease does your lumbar get and the hours of your deep sleep.
The very first thing to be checked here is your bed, is it having the right posture and aligned according to your lumbar. What material is it made up of. You need to take care of all the minute details to ensure a good night sleep.
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Potty training your puppy can seem like a daunting task, but with the right approach, it’s actually relatively easy.
As long as you are committed, consistent, and follow the right steps, you will be able to successfully train your puppy to do her business outside.
House training a puppy requires a lot of time and attention. If you have a busy schedule and won’t be able to dedicate the time she needs, there are puppy care services available on dog sitting websites. An experienced pet sitter can really help dog owners who work during the day to keep up the potty training process even when you can’t be around.
Below, we have drawn up what we believe to be the 4 basic principles of potty training your pup, which are: setting a schedule, using positive reinforcement, supervising, and never punishing if she has an accident.
Take a look to find out the do’s and don’ts of potty training your pooch!
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