1. A man with a rare bone cancer gets his marijuana —300 joints at a time, one shipment every 25 days— courtesy of the U.S. federal government.
  2. Gamophobia is the fear of getting married or being in a relationship.
  3. Brazil's Congress in 2016 includes suspects accused of murder and drug trafficking, a judo champ and a clown.
  4. From bottom to top, Mount Everest is not the world's tallest mountain. Mauna Kea in Hawaii is about 1 km (3280 feet) taller.
  5. William Bullock, inventor of the web rotary press, was killed by his own invention.
  6. Just HALF of women surveyed in the UK could locate the vagina on a diagram of the female reproductive system.
  7. Recovering from a break-up is like a kicking an addiction to a drug, researchers found from looking at the brain scans of the broken-hearted.
  8. The average Facebook user has 155 friends but would turn to just 4 for help, a survey found.
  9. Detroit
    was the most dangerous U.S. city in 2015, with a violent crime rate of 1,988.63 per 100,000 people.
  10. Handwriting has declined so much that 1 in 3 respondents to a UK survey said they had not written anything by hand in the previous 6 months.
  11. The average single male in the UK changes his sheets just four times a year, a survey found.
  12. Karl Marx last words were "Go on, get out! Last words are for fools who haven't said enough!".
  13. Cats enjoy music that uses similar frequencies to those used to communicate with other felines.
  14. Somniphobia is the fear of falling asleep.
  15. Up to a third
    of women
    are affected by
    urinary incontinence.
  16. Moderate exercise can not only treat but actually prevent episodes of depression in the long term.
  17. Music
    can help severely
    patients recall personal memories.
  18. 11.5 million animals were used in experiments in 2011 in the European Union alone.
  19. The German airforce was outnumbered 30:1 on D-Day and didn't shoot down a single allied plane in air-to-air combat.
  20. 1.2 billion people
    play games

    worldwide, 700 million of them online, a 2013 study found.
  21. Ombrophobia
    is the fear of rain, which can cause severe anxiety attacks.
  22. Hoverboards are illegal in New York City since 2015.
  23. Often referred to as the "love molecule", oxytocin is typically associated with helping couples establish a greater sense of intimacy and attachment.
  24. High School students perform better on tests if they are in a classroom with a view of a green landscape, a research found.
  25. Canada and Denmark have been fighting over an uninhabited island by leaving each other bottles of alcohol and changing their flags since the 1930s.
  26. One Hookah Tobacco Smoking Session Delivers 25 Times the Tar of a Single Cigarette.
  27. Steve Jobs last words were "Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow."
  28. Farmers in India use Coca-Cola and Pepsi as cheap pesticides, according to the BBC.
  29. Giving up Alcohol for just one month can improve liver function, decrease blood pressure and reduce the risk of liver disease and diabetes.
  30. The Pentagon was constructed so that no point in the building is more than a seven-minute walk from any other point.
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